Cleanliness, accessibility, design and also view restaurants. These are also the criteria according to which the Consumer Choice Center has chosen the best stations in Europe for this year – the year of the epidemic. Although the Coronavirus “waved” a lot with train travel, railways are gradually returning to life as vaccinations continue. Find out which stations serve passengers the most.
- According to the statistics of the Ministry of Transport, last year the number of train passengers decreased by about a third. Carriers have reported losses of hundreds to billions of crowns due to the loss of passengers. Communications abroad have been particularly affected, but carriers are now gradually starting to revamp them.
For example, at the end of March, Czech Railways restarted the line between Berlin and Budapest, which had so far ended in Děčín. Gradually, some regional trains will depart as well, and the carrier is negotiating with German authorities and airlines to restore other links.
RegioJet is continuously evaluating the situation. First, however, he wants to resume the operation of bus connections that pass through Germany. This applies to roads leading to London, Paris, Amsterdam and Milan. Over the next year, it also wants to operate a night train that will run from Prague via Berlin and Amsterdam to Brussels.
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