Trains From The Sofia Central Station Are Normalized

Trains departing from Sofia Central Station are now fully normalized and all tracks are scheduled. As is known by 10:00 this morning, trains from the Central Station did not depart in connection with the establishment of an organization for the implementation of additional restrictive measures for travel to and from Sofia.

All trains departing from Sofia Central Station go through transit without stopping at the stations and stops in the city of Sofia, the first stations depending on their route of travel after Sofia are Elin Pelin, Kostinbrod, Yana, Rebrovo and Vladaya.

The movement of trains at all other stations along their route will be carried out without changing their timetable.

An organization has been set up to check the grounds for travel departing from Sofia Central Station. For this purpose, it is necessary for the clients of BDZ to have at their disposal all the necessary documents and completed declarations on the basis of their travel.

BDZ’s customers can get up-to-date information on the trains from the company’s official website ( www.bdz.bg ), ticket offices, information desks and the national information telephone number 0700 10 200.

BDZ calls on its customers to be responsible for their own health and the health of others and to undertake travel only when absolutely necessary!

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