Ruse Central railway station

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Ruse Central
Russe Central Station.JPG
The Ruse station sign.
Station statistics
Address Midia Enos St,
Midia Eneos,
Coordinates 43°49′58″N 25°57′18″E / 43.83278°N 25.95500°E / 43.83278; 25.95500Coordinates: 43°49′58″N 25°57′18″E / 43.83278°N 25.95500°E / 43.83278; 25.95500
Structure type At-grade
Platforms 3
Tracks 4
Parking Yes
Other information
Opened 1866
Owned by National Railway Infrastructure Company

Ruse Central railway station (Bulgarian: Централна железопътна гара Русе, Tsentralna zhelezopatna gara Ruse) is the main station serving the city and municipality of Ruse, the fifth most populous city in Bulgaria. Opened in 1866 upon the inauguration of the Ruse–Varna railway, it has three platforms, with four tracks and one passing track.

The station is an important transport hub, with trains to Sofia, Varna, Plovdiv domestically and Bucharest and Istanbul internationally. It also serves as a border checkpoint for trains crossing into Romania, via the Danube Bridge.

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