Only one daily - but what I did hear, the shinobuses are retired and are stored in Subotica depot. So don't be surprised if you see Hungarian BZMOT instead or maybe just a loco-pulled train with two cars. The writing is on the wall: both Hungarian and Serbian railways got/getting the new "Putin" from Russia and Hungarians also got "Desiro" from Siemens. The days of shinobusses and BZMOT-s are numbered. To tell the truth, maybe both are interesting from technical point of view but I am more practical... and I can't wait till both retire, sorry. Same about Romanian Malaxas. OK, the schedule: - Departing Szeged 6:50, arriving Subotica 8:40 - Departing Subotica 8:50, arriving Szeged 10:37 From the schedul it's obvious, the train is Hungarian ( = no shinobus!) The price is as far as I remember 800 Forint or about 3 Euro for the round-trip. This is a SPECIAL price with the ticket being issued in Subotica or Szeged only and the ticket being valid one day only. The regular price for the round-trip (1 month ticket validity) is 4.8 Euro
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