Attributes of the train
Which country these trains operate in.
New and very smart looking trains for Hungarian InterCity express services are on the way, they're currently being tested, but for the time being these current IC trains provide a comfortable, but comparatively basic service.
Catering facilities, Wi-fi, bike spaces and wheelchair spaces are all absent from the coaches used for these train services - reflecting the fact that they date back to the 1980s.
More modern trains, which are equipped with Wi-fi and have both bicycle and wheelchair spaces, are being used on some of the slower, non InterCity services, and these trains provide an alternative on some IC routes, including Budapest - Debrecen and Budapest - Gyor.
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