New train timetable brings several changes

There will be more competition on the Bratislava-Žilina route and a new direct connection to Poland.

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Passengers using trains after December 15 should prepare for several changes in the new timetable.

For example, new international fast trains will be added to Poland. Starting in Žilina, they will run to Gdynia Glowna, a Polish town situated by the Baltic Sea.

“I’m proud that after cities like Prague, Vienna, Budapest and Zürich, we have succeeded in starting collaboration with the Poles, so travellers can now enjoy the nice town of Gdynia besides Krakow and Warsaw,” said managing director of the state-run passenger carrier ZSSK, Filip Hlubocký, as quoted by the SITA newswire.

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