BUDAPEST - ZAGREB - LJUBLJANA - VENICE - night train

Pete @ 15-06-2008 13:56

BUDAPEST - SIOFOK - ZAGREB - LJUBLJANA - VENICE (Venezia) | night train EN 240



TIMETABLE
Budapest-Keleti pu Dep: 1700
Siofok Dep: 1958
Zagreb Glavni Kolod. Arr: 2307
Zagreb Glavni Kolod. Dep: 2357
Ljubljana Arr: 0210
Ljubljana Dep: 0228
Venezia Santa Lucia Arr: 0716
You do not have to change the train - it is only for your information!



UPDATE: https://rail.cc/en/night-train/hungary/hu



Sleeper - SINGLE | 1-bed-compartment (only 1st class)
Rail pass fare: EUR 105
Standard fare: EUR 155

Sleeper - DOUBLE | 2-bed-compartment
Rail pass fare: EUR 55
Standard fare: EUR 105

Sleeper - TRIPLE T3 | 3-bed-compartment
Rail pass fare: EUR 40
Standard fare: EUR 90

Couchette 4 | 4-bed-compartment)
Rail pass fare: EUR 30
Standard fare: EUR 80

Couchette | 6-bed-compartment
Rail pass fare: EUR 25
Standard fare: EUR 75

Seat (2nd class only)
Rail pass fare: EUR 5
Standard fare: EUR 55




UKGlobetrotter @ 04-05-2011 02:01

This sleeper may cease to exist from later in the month due to Trenitalia being renovated.

Flo @ 30-05-2011 10:10

Latest news; the train does continue operating. 🙂

Thibol @ 18-07-2011 16:09

Hi,

I tried to book some tickets for this EuroNight 440 train from Budapest to Venice from the railcc shop to travel on the night of 23 and 24 August but it says ERROR: System couldn't load fares for the requested route. Please try searching again.

Do you know any other website where I could purchase the tickets?

Maybe it is already sold out?

Thanks for your help.
Thibaut

Hetman @ 18-07-2011 16:21

www.trenitalia.com/cms/v/index.jsp?vgnextoid=c79686605528a110VgnVCM1000003f16f90aRCRD
put dates and after some steps choose global pass on the list on the left then the price will change.

Thibol @ 18-07-2011 16:30

Thank you Hetman!
However as I will depart from Budapest and that Trenitalia delivers only in Italia or in self-service in Italian stations, how can I get the tickets?

I'm thinking about another way : do you think that if I go straight to a ticket office in Budapest's station once I arrive there, I will be able to book them for 3 days later, or will it probably be sold out?

Hetman @ 18-07-2011 17:10

sorry, i don't know... :]

Flo @ 18-07-2011 17:13

As far as I know you cant buy the ticket online - if it is not possible on the Trenitalia site.

It is hard to predict whether the train will be full 3 days in advance, but unless you are travelling on friday or sunday evening it should be definitely fine I think.


Flo 😎

Thibol @ 19-07-2011 15:49

Thank you for your help.
I plan to take it on a Tuesday, I really hope it will not be full...

Also, the train is coming through Croatia, which as you know is not in the EU. I don't have a passport but only an ID card. Do you know if it will be enough?

Flo @ 19-07-2011 15:54

As far as I know an ID card is enough for EU citizen. 🙂


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