With the contribution of the LIFE programme of the European Union - LIFE14 ENV/GR/000611

TRAINOSE restarts international routes

Are you afraid of airplanes? Do you hate buses? And why lots of people prefer trains even if in most cases airplanes are cheaper and faster?

First of all trains are cheaper for short distance travelling. Secondly railways have stable fares. Trains have the same ticket prices even if there are holidays, weekends etc. With train passengers can handle much more baggage than airplanes. Also most of the times train stations located in the centre of capitals. This saves passengers for taking a TAXI. After all everybody knows that train travelling promises a comfortable and relaxed trip. Finally railways are much more energy efficient than cars, busses and airplanes and much more eco – friendly.

From 19/6 you can travel from Greece to Sofia, and Bucharest with train. This happens because TRAINOSE restarts international train routes.

From 19/06/2016 passengers from Greece may travel to Sofia, Bucharest, Skopje and Belgrade. More specifically:

  • From 19/6 and for every Sunday a train departs at 23:10 from Thessaloniki and arrives in Sofia at 05:40 in the morning. Finally train arrives in Bucharest at 17:24.

  • From 19/6 and every Friday a train will depart at 12:50 from Bucharest and will arrive at 6:30 next day.

The price for a single ticket is € 16.80 from Thessaloniki to Sofia, while a return ticket amounts to 33.60 euros. The price for Bucharest costs 39.80 euros, while a return ticket amounts to 79.60 euros. You can learn more about TRAINOSE international routes in TRAINOSE website.

Source: TRAINOSE

The LIFE GYM [LIFE14 ENV/GR/000611] project is co-funded by the LIFE programme, the EU financial instrument for the environment.

 

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Start Date: 15 September 2015 – Duration: 35 months