Bucharest, 8 May, 2017
Book your train tickets early to Halkali / Istanbul, Thessaloniki and Sofia!
CFR Călători informs that between June 2 and October 2, passengers will have direct connections from Bucharest to Thessaloniki, Halkali / Istanbul, Sofia and return.
Passengers can already book tickets to these trains.
The train to Turkey will circulate daily and will have in composition a berth car and a sleeping car.
A trip to Halkali / Istanbul costs about 49 euros at berth car with 6 seats, 54 euro at berth car with 4 seats and about 62 euro at sleeping car with 3 beds.
And this year, passengers wishing to travel by train in Greece will be able to travel between Bucharest North - Thessaloniki and return once a week, departing Friday from Bucharest and returning from Thessaloniki on Sunday.
A ticket for a round trip, Bucharest - Thessaloniki, costs about 45 euros at 2-nd class car, 56 euros at berth car with 6 seats, 62 euros at berth car with 4 seats and 64 euros at sleeping car with 3 beds.
The train to Sofia will run daily, a ticket for a round trip costs about 30 euros at 2-nd class car.
Also, for those wishing to travel unlimited in a certain time, by train, to Greece and Turkey, we recommend the international tariff offer InterRail. Tickets can be purchased from the stations and CFR Travel Agencies opened to international traffic.
For up-to-date information on trains’ circulation, passengers are kindly requested to consult the company's website www.cfrcalatori.ro, to contact us at 021/9521 (domestic traffic), 021.314.5528 (international traffic Bucharest North station) or to address our station staff.
About CFR Calatori:
The National Railway Company CFR Calatori is the national passenger railway operator which carries out public transport of passengers by rail. CFR Călători contributes to the free circulation of persons inside and outside the country, under ecological and safety conditions. The policy that company management promotes is to provide high-quality passenger railway services with a commitment to society to ensure accessibility for all categories of citizens.