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All aboard the night train – Budapest to Split back on track

From June 10, the night service between Budapest and Split will be running again, taking 14 hours between Hungary and Dalmatia

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As of June 10, the overnight train between Budapest and Split will be running once more, scheduled to take passengers on the 14-hour journey until September 24.

Comfort and affordability are the watchwords of the Adria InterCity service. 

Travellers can choose between a couchette of four to six berths or a private cabin for one, two or three. Trains will be equipped with elegant dining cars once reserved for Hungarian government ministers. The 1845 departure from Budapest Keleti means that you can time your evening meal around sunset over Lake Balaton around two hours later.

The Adria InterCity runs twice a week in the shoulder season, three times in high season between June 19-August 29.

Prices for a berth in a six-person couchette starts at €43, or 49 in a four-person one. A single cabin to yourself is 99, a double 69 per person, a three-bed 56 each. Cabins also have wash basins.

All passengers receive a welcome package of basic toiletries, with breakfast and a hot drink included in the basic ticket price.

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