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Old Nov 11th 2019, 1:19 pm
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Re trains:
Being over 70 we've decided to visit our young ones in Bp via train - taking the car is just too much of a hassle and not much faster.
But we always do a seat reservation - for a car with A/C if possible, it costs less than 1000 HUF. Last August we were really happy with this - along the Balaton route the train was filled with festival visitors, many had to stand.
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Old Nov 11th 2019, 1:22 pm
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Originally Posted by Peter_in_Hungary View Post
Not to be pedantic but over 65 public transport is almost free. There is a small fee to pay if a bus goes on a motorway (it cost me 300 fts to do the 150km to Budapest) Unfortunately this charge (at a smaller amount) is also made for any part of the route that the service takes so a trip to the next village incurs a charge if the bus happens to be a long distance bus. The buses that have this supplementary charge are identified both on the bus and on the timetable so if you choose your service you can avoid the supplementary charges.. I believe inter-city trains also have this charge.
Looking at the BKK website the other day I noticed that over 65 concessions apply only to EEA citizens and / or citizens of other Countries with whom there is a specific agreement.
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Old Nov 11th 2019, 2:28 pm
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Originally Posted by Peter_in_Hungary View Post
Not to be pedantic but over 65 public transport is almost free. There is a small fee to pay if a bus goes on a motorway (it cost me 300 fts to do the 150km to Budapest) Unfortunately this charge (at a smaller amount) is also made for any part of the route that the service takes so a trip to the next village incurs a charge if the bus happens to be a long distance bus. The buses that have this supplementary charge are identified both on the bus and on the timetable so if you choose your service you can avoid the supplementary charges.. I believe inter-city trains also have this charge.
You are correct,but as I never use the bus for long distance travel using the motorway, it doesn't affect me. As to the Inter-city trains I think you have to pay a supplement if you wish to travel first class..
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Old Nov 11th 2019, 4:00 pm
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Looking at the BKK website the other day I noticed that over 65 concessions apply only to EEA citizens and / or citizens of other Countries with whom there is a specific agreement.
Do permanent residents of 3rd countries over 65 get free travel or is this another Brexit Gotcha?
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Old Nov 11th 2019, 4:09 pm
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Do permanent residents of 3rd countries over 65 get free travel or is this another Brexit Gotcha?
I think this is another Brexit Gotcha!
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