History[ edit ] The Ruse — Varna , the first Bulgarian railway line, was started in The Turkish government had commissioned for it an English company managed by William Gladstone , a politician, and the Barkley brothers, civil engineers. In Baron Maurice de Hirsch started the construction of the Constantinople — Belovo railway line, completed three years later. In , the National Assembly passed the Railway Act, according to which railways in Bulgaria were considered state property and were to be operated by the state. On 1 August, the whole of the Tsaribrod Dimitrovgrad, Serbia — Sofia — Belovo railway line was opened for international traffic.
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The timetable is the same every day the only exception being the morning local service КПВ "Kleptuza" from Velingrad to Septemvri, which only runs on working days. The times of departure from each station or stop on the line are to be seen in the picture below. Each vertical column represents a single train service and each row - a particular station.
The columns are split in two with the left half showing the times of arrival and the right one - the times of departure from each station. The stations where a meeting of two opposed trains happens are marked with a symbol. We recommend that you check your connection through the Online Routeplanner of BDZ in the upper left corner, under "Timetable". Simply choose starting point, destination and date of your trip. There you will also find more precise information on the fares for your preferred connection.
If you have any questions or difficulties regarding your trip, please feel free to contact us through our contact form below or in a personal message to our Facebook page. We would be happy to help!
Bulgarian State Railways