RegioJet Opens Ticket Sales to Croatia

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Czech railway RegioJet has started selling train tickets from Prague to Rijeka, Split and Ogulin. 

HRTurizam reports that the summer railway line that connected Prague and Rijeka last tourist season attracted great interest from Czech and Slovak tourists.

The seasonal service will run from June 16 to September 30, 2023.

The average train occupancy was higher than 90%, with a capacity of almost 600 passengers per line, while trains carried a total of more than 60,000 passengers in both directions.

The train route will run through Brno and Bratislava to the Croatian cities of Zagreb, Ogulin and Rijeka. There you can take a bus to other resorts of the country, including Split.

And in June, the RegioJet train will also stop in Kolin, and from July to September – in Pardubice:

In combination with bus transport from Rijeka and Split, RegioJet promotes and offers arrivals to as many as 56 destinations in Croatia.

Compared to last summer, the carrier has significantly reduced the frequency of the trains – it will run only three times a week.

Ticket prices have increased. The most affordable option to travel from Prague to Rijeka in a seated car costs 690 CZK.

However, at this price there are not many tickets available and only for a few dates. This offer has more of a marketing character.

The average fare for most flights from Prague is:

To Rijeka – 1290 CZK for a seat and 1890 CZK for a seat in a sleeper car;

To Zagreb – 1490 CZK for a seat in a sleeping car.

Tickets can be purchased on the official website of the carrier

You can share a compartment or book one for your own comfort. As always, all services onboard are included in the price of the ticket. Breakfast, bedclothes, pillow, and blanket for bed cars; Rajec water for the seat cars.

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