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Since Monday, 1st January 2018
|Adult single ticket||SINGLE TRIP, without a stopover, for one person.||800|
|Child single ticket||SINGLE TRIP, without a stopover,
for one child between 6-18 years old.
|Adult transfer ticket||TWO TRIPS, for one person||1400|
|Child transfer ticket||TWO TRIPS, for one child between 6-18 years old.||700|
|Family day ticket||for up to 2 adults and 3 children or 1 adult and 4 children||4000|
|Bicycle / dog ticket||SINGLE TRIP, without a stopover, for the transport of one bicycle or one dog.||300|
|Nostalgic supplementary ticket for adults||200|
|Nostalgic supplementary ticket for child||100|
Children under the age of eighteen are eligible to children’s tickets.
Two under-six-year-olds accompanied by an adult can travel free of charge. The rest of the children are eligible to children’s tickets. (See also: Family daily ticket)
Family daily ticket
Family daily tickets can be used by at length two adults and three children travelling together or by at length one adult and four children travelling together. Only children aged between six and eighteen years count towards the number of children. Under-six-year-olds can travel free of charge.
The family daily ticket can be used for any number of journeys in any direction on the day of its issue. In order to avoid misuse, the full name of one of the adult passengers is recorded on the ticket.
Family daily tickets are issued only at ticket offices of stations. They are not available from conductors.
Validity of tickets
The journey must be completed on the day of issue. The journey must be started at the station where the ticket was issued. Transfer tickets are valid to two trips.
Suspending the journey and travelling on
The journey cannot be suspended and continued using the same ticket. Family daily tickets excepted. Other types of tickets lose their validity upon the suspension of the journey. Therefore a new ticket must be bought in case of travelling on.
Making use of discounts
The title of making use of either kind of discounts must be proven at the request of any child or adult railway attendant.
Issuing tickets on the train
If possible, tickets must be bought at the ticket office of the starting station before boarding the train. It the journey is started at Normafa or Vadaspark halting, or any of the stations that do not have ticket offices, or issuing tickets is suspended at the time, tickets are issued on the train without excess fares. The suspension of ticket office hours is announced on notices at the stations.
Family daily tickets are not issued on the train.
If the passenger starts his journey without a valid ticket at a station were the ticket office was open, an excess fare is also payable on top of the regular one to the conductor.
There is no room for refunding tickets except for extraordinary conditions (e.g. a train is cancelled).
Heritage service supplementary ticket
In addition to a regular ticket, a heritage supplementary ticket is issued to passengers of steam-engine-hauled services. Passengers over the age of eighteen should buy an adult heritage service supplementary ticket, those under the age of eighteen are eligible to children’s heritage service supplementary tickets.
The children’s heritage service supplementary ticket should be bought for children under the age of six only in case they are required to hold a regular ticket anyway (e.g. kindergarten groups).
No further discount can be taken use of regarding heritage service supplementary tickets.
Bicycles can be carried on board in the special passengers’ carriage with a dedicated bicycle compartment if it is available. Otherwise the bicycle can be stored in the vestibule of the car specified by the train crew without disturbance to fellow passengers.
The bicycle haulage is payable to the conductors on board.
Travelling with pet dogs
Pet dogs can be taken on board only kept on a lead and a muzzle applied.
The dogs’ charge is payable to the conductors on board.
Method of payment
Regarding the fact that it is ten to fourteen year-old children whom collect the fares at the Children’s Railway, booking officers and conductors only accept cash in Hungarian forint. Foreign currencies, credit or debit cards, cheques and other types of cash saving methods are normally not accepted.
In case of groups registering their trips in advance, the total fares can be paid via bank transfer. Please contact us by e-mail with the details of your group and the trip at firstname.lastname@example.org.