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Train from Prague or Budapest to Sofia

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I want to travel from either Prague or Budapest to Sofia by train. Does anyone know what web sites I can use to find out, and what the cost would be?

I will be going at the end of May.

I've checked http://plannerint.b-rail.be/bin/stboard.exe/en?L=profi&, and found a route from Prague to Sofia that takes takes about 26 hours with a change in Budapest. But they don't show prices.

Should I plan to purchase the tickets before I leave the US, or plan to buy when I get to Prague (or Budapest)?

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