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Seasonal Trains to the Baltic Sea with Czech Railways and PKP

Seasonal Trains to the Baltic Sea with Czech Railways and PKP
photo: PKP, Archive RAILTARGET/Seasonal Trains to the Baltic Sea with Czech Railways and PKP
01 / 06 / 2023

The Polish holiday resorts of Leba, Hel and Kolobrzeg can be reached by night trains operated in cooperation between ČD and the Polish carrier PKP Intercity. Tickets and reservations for these trains are on sale now.

The night service Pirat Bohumín (21:18) - Kolobrzeg (8:16 / 20:21) - Bohumín (7:08) offers travel in classic 1st and 2nd class compartments. The night train Wydmy departs Bohumín at 19:14 and offers a journey to the Hel peninsula (arrival time 7:37), where it has several stops. Its journey ends directly at Hel station. The next part of the train goes to the resort of Leba (arriving at 7:34 am). The train departs from Leba at 18:20 and Hel at 19:00, arriving in Bohumín at 7:43. This connection offers seats in 1st and 2nd class compartments and sleeper carriages of Polish PKP Intercity. Ticket prices for all routes start at CZK 578.

Tickets and reservations can be purchased at the ČD ticket office and international ticket offices. The Pirat and Wydmy trains operate from 23 June to 3 September. The connections are managed by the Polish reservation system, and, on some dates, the pre-sale period may be shortened. In Bohumín, transfers from/to connections to other places in the Czech Republic are possible. In the direction of the Polish Baltic coast, you can also use the regular daily EuroCity Sobieski service, which runs from Vienna via Breclav, Prerov and Ostrava to Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia.

Czech Railways also offers ticket sales and reservations for connections to the Adriatic from foreign partners. MÁV-Start offers the Adria Budapest – Split – Budapest train. The train departs from Budapest on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays and reaches its destination the following morning. It departs from Split on Wednesday, Saturday or Monday. It operates from 9 June to 30 September. The night train Bratislava - Vienna – Split and back is offered by partner companies ZSSK and ÖBB from Slovakia and Austria. The train operates from Bratislava/Vienna on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays until 6 October and from Split on Thursdays, Saturdays and Mondays until 7 October. The train includes coaches with seating, couchette and sleeper carriages, and the trains also allow the carriage of cars and motorcycles.

Czech Railways offers direct train connections to other popular holiday resorts in Slovakia, Poland and Austria, and other destinations can be reached by connecting to partner railways. With Interrail tickets, you can take summer sightseeing trips all over Europe.

Source: Czech Railways