Zagreb railway station

Connecting Europe Express train arrived in Zagreb

Over the past couple of days, Zagreb had the opportunity to host the Connecting Europe Express train, which arrived at Zagreb’s Central Station on Saturday afternoon.  As the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure says, it is a special train marking the European Year of Railways 2021. It set off from Lisbon station on […]

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Fast train in Split railway station

RegioJet will bring 100,000 tourists to Croatia

The famous yellow trains of the Czech railway company RegioJet started running a month earlier this year and they arrive at several destinations. The first recognizable yellow RegioJet train arrived in Rijeka and this year in Split, at the end of May, thus opening another season of connecting the Czech Republic and Slovakia with the […]

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Split main railway station

The first train from Budapest to Split arrived on Saturday

About 120 tourists arrived on Saturday from Budapest to Split by seasonal train, which will run on this line three times a week, until September 11th. This is the third seasonal train line this year by which tourists from the Central European area come to Split by train. First, on May 29, seasonal railway traffic […]

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Split main railway station

New night train from Bratislava and Vienna to Split

From 18 June to mid-September, a new night train runs twice a week on the Bratislava – Vienna – Graz – Split route. The line was introduced by the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) in cooperation with the Slovak Railways (ZSSK). Instead of a long car ride, tourists from Slovakia and Austria can head to the […]

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Split main railway station

The famous Yellow Train brought first Czech tourists to Croatia

This year’s first train of the leading Czech carrier RegioJet, which will operate on the route Prague – Brno – Bratislava – Budapest – Zagreb – Rijeka or Split until the end of September, has successfully arrived at the railway station in Split. Among the passengers are numerous Czech, Slovak and Hungarian tourists, as well […]

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