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The Pannonia Express (numbers 375-374) is a long-distance InterCity passenger train that crosses much of Pannonia Inferior, Dacia, and Moesia Inferior that runs every day from Budapest to Bucharest, stopping at Szolnok, Békéscsaba, Lőkösháza, Curtici, Arad, Deva, Alba Iulia, Mediaş, Sighişoara, Braşov, Predeal, Ploieşti and other smaller towns.
There is also a through sleeping car from Prague to Bucharest, which is carried by "Amicus" train (471-470) from Prague to Břeclav and by "Metropol" EuroNight train between Břeclav and Budapest (477-476)
In summer the Pannonia train carries between Lőkösháza and Bucharest through coaches from Kraków to Bucharest, they consist of second class coaches and a couchette car. Between Kraków and Lőkösháza these carriages are coupled to the "Cracovia" express train (1381-1380).
In summer there are between Budapest and Lőkösháza also through coaches (couchette and sleeping cars) from Prague and Bratislava to Varna or Burgas which are carried by "Amicus" express train (471-470) from Prague or Bratislava to Budapest. Between Lőkösháza and Rousse and between Rousse and Varna or Burgas they are carried by nameless express trains.
There is another express train called Panonija (numbers 437-436) going from Subotica in Serbia to Bar in Montenegro, which stops in Novi Sad, Novi Beograd, Prijepolje and Podgorica. It consists of ŽS and ŽCG second class coaches, couchette and sleeping cars. In summer, it has through couchette cars from Prague or Bratislava or through sleeping cars from Moscow or Kiev to Bar.
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