New RailJet trains to connect Bratislava and Prague

RailJet trains already connect Bratislava and Zürich.

Bratislava Main StationBratislava Main Station(Source: SITA/Alexandra Čunderlíková)

Passengers travelling between Bratislava and Prague will be offered a new connection.

The two capitals will be connected by the new RailJet trains that will start operating by June 15, at the latest, the the Czech website Zdopravy.cz reported.

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The connection will, in fact, be a prolongation of the existing night train commuting between the Czech town of Břeclav and Bratislava.

The RailJet trains will leave Prague at 19:50 and arrive in Bratislava at 23:43. On the way back, they will depart the Slovak capital at 5:10, with the scheduled arrival at Prague at 9:07, Zdopravy.cz reported.

There are already Railjet trains commuting between Bratislava and Zürich.

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