700-1000 Regiojet Tickets to Croatia Sold Daily!

Daniela Rogulj

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Nel Pavletic / PIXSELL
Nel Pavletic / PIXSELL

On March 10, the Czech railway carrier RegioJet started selling tickets for Croatia. This year, the line will run to Split, in addition to Rijeka. Regiojet also offers its passengers the possibility of booking accommodation in certain hotels in Porec, Crikvenica, the island of Krk, Makarska, and other destinations.

Aleš Ondrůj from RegioJet points out for HRTurizam that about 25,000 tickets for trains to Croatia and back have already been sold this year. Interestingly, they sell 700 to 1000 new tickets for the mentioned lines every day, which is proof of the great demand for Croatia.

“We already have trains sold out. We are very pleased with the results so far – ticket sales are accelerating every day,” says Ondrůj from RegioJet.

In combination with bus transport from Rijeka and Split, RegioJet promotes and offers arrivals to as many as 56 destinations in Croatia, so this year even better results are expected than last year.

“As I mentioned, from this year RegioJet has introduced a line to Split, for which there is great interest. Thus, in Ogulin, the train will be divided into a part that goes to Rijeka and a part that goes to Split, and vice versa. There is a great demand for the line to Spit, and the first train to Split is already sold out. According to the current sales, 60% of tickets were sold for Split, and 40% for Rijeka,” says Ondrůj.

When asked who their partners are in Croatia, Ondrůj points out that they cooperate with the same partners as last year and appreciate the cooperation with Croatian partners such as HŽ PP, HTZ, and the Tourist Boards of the Split and Rijeka regions.

“We are working with the same partners as last year. So mostly Croatian Railways PP, HTZ, and the Czech travel agencies Čedok and Mediterane Travel, which sell holiday packages, including accommodation and our tickets. Regarding bus transport, we also cooperate with our traditional partner Arriva and the company Čagalj Tours. In addition, many other travel agencies organize holidays in Croatia – for example, for young people on Zrće, and buy tickets on our trains and organize excursions to Croatia,” said Ondrůj, adding that they also see reservations from Croatia to the Czech Republic.

“We also see reservations from Croatia where there is interest in visiting Prague, Bratislava, and Budapest. So we are delighted to have passengers from Croatia on our trains,” concludes Ondrůj.

RegioJet trains to Croatia will depart on May 28 and will run until September 27, with them arriving in Croatia daily in July and August and three times a week in May, June, and September. Last year, RegioJet trains on the Prague-Rijeka line transported more than 60,000 passengers in both directions.

For more on travel in Croatia, follow TCN’s dedicated page.


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