The first seasonal RegioJet train on the Prague-Zagreb-Rijeka/Split line arrived at the Rijeka railway station today, and RegioJet says that more than 30,000 tickets have been sold for this train this season so far.
The train left Prague on Friday afternoon with about 400 passengers. Part of the train separated in Ogulin and headed for Split, where it is expected this afternoon.
In Rijeka, the passengers were welcomed by the director of the Croatian Tourist Board (HTZ) Kristjan Staničić, the director of the Rijeka Tourist Board Petar Škarpa and the mayor of Rijeka Vojko Obersnel.
RegioJet reports that more than 30,000 tickets have been sold for this train this season.
Train tickets can be purchased via the RegioJet application.
The price of the ticket includes additional services on the train (water, coffee, breakfast, Wi-Fi). The price of the ticket also includes bus transport from Ogulin, Gračac, Rijeka and Split to other destinations on the Adriatic coast.