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MÁV, Volánbusz switching to summer schedule this week

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The Volánbusz summer schedule will be effective from Wednesday and from Saturday for railways, according to Hungarian State Railways (MÁV), writes profitline.hu.

MÁV-Start and Volánbusz compiled the summer timetable in such a way as to offer as many tourists, holidaymakers and hikers as possible favorable, competitive travel to accommodation at Lake Balaton, the MÁV-Volán Group said.

The southern shore of Lake Balaton can be reached from Saturday with new double-decker, air-conditioned KISS trains. The Napfürdő express train connects Szolnok (105 km southeast of Budapest) and the busier stations of the Cegléd line (70 km southeast) with Fonyód (165 km southwest) on weekends, the Jégmadár express train connects the Danube Bend, and Kőbánya with upper Fonyód, and the southern shore of Lake Balaton and Lake Velence.

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