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Brasov train connection with Budapest, Romania

 
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danpop's pictureby danpop General travel tip
added on the 21st of June, 2009
Brasov is connected with the capital of Hungary, Budapest by two trains, nicknamed 'Harghita' and 'Corona'. The second one, unfortunately has been temporally canceled (between 18 june 2009 and 23 september 2009). The trains also stop in Cluj Napoca and Oradea.

 
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