New luxury train: Jewels of Persia

Tourism

MÁV Nosztalgia, a Hungarian state-owned railway company, is planning to launch a new luxury train, Golden Eagle – Danube Express. The new line expected to start this October would include 13 luxury historical carriages.

The train would host a total of 70 passengers and would run five times a year between the Hungarian and Iranian capitals, Marcella Beke of MÁV Nosztalgia told Budapest Business Journal.

Staff on board this historical train will be 100 % Hungarian.

A British travel agency will handle the sale of tickets for the two-week railway trip from Budapest to Tehran.

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