International trains


Explore Hungary by train

Take advantage of discounts and travel to Hungary

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Travel from Zagreb to Budapest by train (from € 9), from Rijeka to Budapest from € 29 or from Split to Budapest from € 29!

The offer Budapest Spezial is valid for journeys to Hungary as well. A ticket for the Zagreb – Budapest route costs € 29.


Take advantage of 30% off one-way tickets and 60% off round-trip tickets on all routes from Croatia to Hungary.

Discount is valid for 1 person or a group of up to 29 persons. If you are travelling with a child, the child pays half price.

If you are travelling in a group of over 29 persons, you are entitled to 65% off. In that case, the child pays full price.


Timetable and fares - ZAGREB

  • IC 201    Zagreb GK 3:36pm – Budapest Keleti 10:14pm (runs from 16 June and from 28 October 2017)
  • IC 1201 Zagreb GK 4:40pm – Budapest Keleti 10:30pm (runs from 17 June to 27 August 2017)
  • IC 204 Budapest Keleti 2:45pm - Zagreb GK 8:59pm (runs daily)

Zagreb GK – Budapest from 9*

*limited number of seats


Timetable and fares - RIJEKA

  • IC 205 Rijeka 5:35am - Zagreb GK 9:31am – Budapest Keleti 4:14pm (runs daily)
  • IC 200 Budapest Keleti 5:45am - Zagreb GK 11:39am - Rijeka 3:41pm (runs from 16 June and from 28 August 2017)
  • IC 1200 Budapest Keleti 6:00am - Zagreb GK 11:39am - Rijeka 3:41pm (runs from 17 June to 27 August 2017)

Rijeka – Budapest from 29*

*limited number of seats

Timetable and fares - SPLIT

  • 1204 Budapest Keleti 18.15 - 00.22 Zagreb GK 00.35 - Split 7.57 (runs from 16.6. to 8.9.2017.)
  • 1205 Split 18.17 - 2.13 Zagreb GK 2.32 - Budapest Keleti 9.36 (runs from 17.6. to 9.9.2017.)

Split – Budapest from €29*

*limited number of seats

Budapest is known as the „Queen of the Danube“. No matter what time of year you find yourself in Budapest – it is always fascinating, whether it´s Christmas time, New Year or the spring, Budapest is one of those cities that you definitely must visit. Take a sightseeing tour of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and discover Buda Castle, Andrássy út, Hero´s Square (Hősők tere) and the Millennium Underground, officially recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

You should also visit the nation´s most important national symbol – the neo-Gothic Parliament, which is the third largest parliament building in the world. If you see a yellow tram, don´t miss it, just get on to experience a ride. There are numerous bars and restaurants, where you can relax and eat tasty lunches. Try Hungary´s unique cuisine and finish off your meal with a glass of delicious dessert wine Tokay.


In late afternoon, you can go on a shopping spree in Váci Street (Váci utca). Spend a nice evening on a boat or in a traditional csarda! If you want to check out one of the numerous clubs, (Budapest is famous for its nightlife and mega clubs), take your pick!

More information available at international ticket offices at railway stations or at informacije@hzpp.