CFR Calatori launches the seaside trains

Newsroom 24/04/2015 | 14:32

CFR Calatori, the CFR division dedicated to passenger travel, launches the seaside trains to link the capital city to the Romanian coastline, marking this way the opening of the summer season 2015. The travel will last for two hours, without any other stops in between, informs Agerpres.

Thus, the IR 1581 seaside train will leave from the Bucharest North railway station at 7:30 to reach to Constanta at 9:30, while the IR 1582 train will leave from Constanta at 13:00 to arrive in Bucharest North at 15:01. The IR 1587 train will leave from Bucharest North at 16:00 to arrive in Constanta at 18:00, and the IR 1588 will leave from Constanta at 19:00 to arrive in Bucharest North at 21:01.

Moreover, CFR Calatori announced that due to Labour Day — May 1, the company will supplement over April 29-May 4 its transport capacity, by adding 20 more InterRegio and Region trains to its fleet, in order to provide a direct route between all the country regions and the Black Sea resorts.

Ticket prices for the Bucharest-Constanta route will vary depending on the train. Thus, a full ticket for a Regio and RE train, second class, will cost RON 30.5 (EUR 7), while a round trip ticket will cost RON 54.9 (EUR 12.5). A ticket for a InterRegio train, second class, seat included, will cost RON 62 (EUR 14) and RON 112.4 (EUR 25.5) if it is a round trip one. Students will benefit from cuts,” informed the CFR.

Also, in the interval between April 30 and May 3, the youth train RE 12803 will leave from the Bucharest North railway station at 2:40 to arrive in Mangalia at 7:47 and the RE 12804 will leave from Mangalia at 17:49, to arrive in Constanta at 20:20 and in Bucharest North at 23:46.


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