Following last year’s success, Regiojet decided to renew its summer night service to Croatia.
Trains will arrive at Rijeka and Split. Subsequent bus routes will connect the entire Adriatic coast, including the resorts of Kotor in Montenegro and Neum in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Buses from Rijeka enabled passengers to transfer to some of the following destinations: Opatija, Rabac, Medulin, Pula, Rovinj, Poreč, Novigrad, Malinska, Šilo, Vrbnik, Krk, Baška, Crikvenica, Novi Vinodolski, Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd, Pakostane, Omis, Brela, Baska Voda, Makarska, Podgora, Podaca, Gradac, Sibenik, Primosten, Trogir and Split.
The first night train will depart from Prague Central Station on May 28, 2021.
Last summer, the Prague-Rijeka route became RegioJet’s most successful new line, carrying over 60,000 passengers in both directions.
The schedule will be the same as last year. In June and September, trains will run three times a week. In July and August, there will be daily connections in all directions.
Departures from Prague, Brno, and Bratislava will be on Friday, Sunday and Tuesday. From Croatia – Saturday, Monday, and Wednesday.
The train will have up to 15 coaches with a maximum capacity of 650. Prices will be the same as last year and will be CZK 590 for a one-way ticket for a seat and CZK 790 for a bed. All RegioJet services will be available to passengers.
It is planned to launch a 15-car train with a capacity of more than 650 passengers on the route. It will consist of sleeping cars as well as seating cars.
All fares include seat reservation, free coffee, breakfast, WiFi, and access to free entertainment services. Passengers will also be able to order refreshments online to be prepared by staff for them before the train departs, and purchase drinks and snacks while onboard.
In addition to individual tickets, RegioJet will also offer popular tourist packages to the Adriatic at exclusive prices from CZK 2,990. These packages include accommodation, half board, train and bus transport.
RegioJet is the leading company for long-distance railway connections in Central Europe, and annually records 20 million passengers, 11 million in rail and 9 million in bus transport.