The European Commission has published detailed information on free transport for Ukrainian refugees in EU countries.
It provides information on air, rail and bus companies, and public transport systems that provide free tickets to Ukrainian refugees – the so-called ‘Solidarity tickets’.
The information is divided by country. The links will take you to the companies’ websites for more information.
The information is part of the EU’s special page for people fleeing Ukraine.
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