630,000 traveled to Balaton by rail in June

Tourism

In the first month of the summer season, 630,000 people traveled to or from Lake Balaton and between railway stations along the lake, according to MÁV-Start Zrt., the passenger service of Hungarian State Railways, writes origo.hu.

About 30% of the tickets were purchased via the MÁV app or the renewed ELVIRA interface.

So far, more than 9,000 copies of the railway company's various day tickets have been sold; the one-day and three-day Balaton 24/72 day tickets, which are also valid for Volánbusz lakeside bus journeys, have been sold out.

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