Seasonal service will not stop in Hungary this year.
RegioJet has started selling train tickets between Czech Republic and Croatia. The trains will run from June 3 to September 26; three times a week in June and September and daily in July and August. Prices start at CZK 590 (EUR 23) per seat and 790 (EUR 31) per berth to Rijeka and CZK 890 (EUR 35) and 1,090 (EUR 42,50) to Split, respectively. This corresponds to last year’s prices. However, the lowest price quoted by the carrier is valid only for a few dates in early June and in September.
Trains will run from Prague via Zagreb to Rijeka and Split; connecting buses will then take passengers to various resorts. In addition to Prague, Kolin, Brno, Breclav, and Bratislava, the trains will make new stops in Zdar nad Sazavou and Havlickuv Brod.
As opposed to last year, the trains will not stop in Hungary. “Based on experience, RegioJet has adjusted the timetable, which should now bring much more comfort to passengers. For example, the stops in Hungary have been canceled, which should bring greater margins for eliminating delays,” the company announced today.
Compared to last year, RegioJet will offer greater capacity in quiet cars, with total capacity of over 600 passengers. The carrier is planning to deploy a 15-car train set. Last year, RegioJet’s trains to Croatia carried close to 100,000 people.