Central Europe’s leading private railway company is relaunching its trains to several destinations this June.
Summer is around the corner; more and more countries are deciding to reopen and sign bilateral agreements with each other in order to facilitate the free movement of mostly tourists. It seems that the end of this madness that has been going on for more than a year now will come to an end soon. RegioJet, for instance, definitely thinks so, as the company based in Brno will relaunch several of its railway lines leaving from Hungary.
Starting from the 13th of June, Prague will be easily reachable from Budapest through Győr and Vienna.
The most budget-friendly prices will start at 9 euros.
The new-old routes of RegioJet will connect Budapest with Vienna and with Prague twice a day, according to vilaggazdasag.hu.
Radim Jancura, the owner of RegioJet, says that
Budapest will play an important part in his plan to expand the company.
It will be the location for their next base in order to provide clients with the best quality for the best price. During this summer, travelling to Vienna, Brno or Prague will be easier than before thanks to the frequent trains that will leave from Budapest not only on a daily basis but, depending on the destination, even twice or three times a day. Moreover, apart from these international connections, those trains travelling to Vienna and Prague will be available for internal usage, meaning that on the territory of Hungary, passengers will be able to enjoy the services provided by RegioJet on the route of Budapest-Győr-Mosonmagyaróvár.
Tickets can be booked already on their website.
Here are the ticket prices of the itinerary between Budapest and Prague. (Budapest – Vienna- Brno – Prague)
All of these mentioned prices include the possibility to book a seat, Wifi connection and a variety of daily newspapers and magazines.
The Standard class wagons allow you to watch a movie, listen to music or reach other contents making your travel more enjoyable, thanks to the screens inserted in the back of every seat. Moreover, in every class, except for the low-cost class, all passengers receive freshly prepared coffee and still mineral water.
Naturally, those travelling in business class are entitled to further benefits and treats. They are served champagne, orange juice and sweet pastry. Moreover, during their travel, they can buy foods or drinks for an excellent price. For instance, a can of beer or a bottle of water costs less than 1 euro, while a complete meal of sushi or Caesar’s salad can be ordered for around 3 euros.
Next, here are the ticket prices between Budapest and Vienna.
All these prices above include a cup of coffee and further services on board.
Finally, one of the most important news:
on May 29, RegioJet already launched their most awaited routes, connecting Budapest to Croatian cities located right at sea.
Split and Fiume are both possible destinations from Győr, travelling through Budapest and Zagreb. Already almost 5000 passengers have booked and bought their tickets for the overnight ride leaving from Hungary.
In June, these trains will leave from Győr 3 times a week, while in July and August, even more frequently, every single day.
Source: vilaggazdasag.hu , regiojet.hu