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Baltics have some of the cheapest train tickets in the world, new poll shows

  • 2014-09-01
  • From wire reports, RIGA

Latvia was ranked ninth in the world for the cheapest train tickets, a new poll shows (photo: twitter)

Latvia has some of the cheapest train tickets in the world, new statistics show.

It costs just over three euros to travel around 100 kilometers, making it the ninth cheapest country for train travel in the world, a poll commissioned by goeuro.com shows.  Latvia fell behind Bulgaria, South Africa and Georgia among others.

Lithuania and Estonia were not far behind the index. Lithuania was placed 11th whilst Estonia 16th.

The most expensive train tickets in the world are in Denmark where it costs an average 30 euros to travel 100 kilometers.Switzerland and Austria come second and third.