The first “yellow” train from Prague (Czech Republic) by Czech carrier RegioJet to Rijeka and Split (Croatia) via Zagreb (Croatia) arrives already on June 3

The train will once again offer familiar comfort at popular prices. Tickets are on sale from March 8, and prices for Rijeka start from 23.9 euros for a seat, or 31.9 euros for a ticket in a sleeping compartment.

The yellow train will not stop in Budapest in 2023. Yellow trains will run from June 3 to September 26, and in July and August they will run daily, and in June and September three times a week. The route hasn’t really changed. We continue to stop in the capital cities of Prague, Bratislava and Zagreb. Some positions in the Czech Republic are different from last year, but this is only because of construction works – explained Tereza Ptačkova (head of international projects at Regiojet).

The line thus goes Prague – Kolin, Havličkuv Brod – Ždar nad Sazavou – Brno – Breclav – Bratislava – Zagreb – Ogulin – Rijeka and Split. So, just like last year, the train will split up in Ogulin, so part of the carriages will go to Rijeka, and part to Split, with the fact that upon returning, the carriages will be reunited in one composition in Ogulin. The departure from Prague will always be in the afternoon at 16:38, then at 19:48 from Brno, and at 21:32 from Bratislava. Connections to Rijeka arrive the next day at 10:19 a.m., and arrival in Split will be at 1:43 p.m. In the opposite direction, trains will depart from Split at 3:33 p.m. and from Rijeka at 8:05 p.m. in the evening, arriving the next morning in Bratislava at 8:28 a.m., Brno at 10:07 a.m. and Prague at 1:14 p.m. In June and September, train connections will operate three times a week with departures from Prague, Brno and Bratislava on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday and on the return from Croatia on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.

As for the capacity, the head of Regiojet’s international projects said that this year the capacity is more than 600 passengers per train, so again it is about 15 wagons. There will be available carriages with seats, as well as sleeping carriages.

  • Perhaps the only change is that we have increased the number of “quiet carriages” that are suitable for families with small children or the elderly. The trains will once again offer familiar comfort at very popular prices. By the way, tickets are on sale from March 8. Ticket prices for Rijeka start from 23.9 euros for a seat, or 31.9 euros for a ticket in a sleeping compartment. Ticket prices for Split start at 36.1 euros for a seat and around 44 euros for a ticket in a sleeping car. Free services such as coffee, water, wi-fi, entertainment portal and similar are included in the ticket price. So, this season too, it will be an excellent opportunity for citizens from the Czech Republic and Slovakia to travel to Croatia, but we also believe that the people of Rijeka and Split will take advantage of this opportunity to visit, for example, Bratislava or Prague, for example, Ptačkova said.

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