In Hungary there are two train companies: MÁV and GYSEV. GYSEV drives in the west of the country and also in Austria. It connects Sopron and Győr with Ebenfurth (Austria) and goes to Szombathely and Szentgotthárd. The MÁV drives in the rest of the country. MÁV timetable: MÁV . Timetables GYSEV: GYSEV .
Rovásírás (Old-Hungarian script)
Old Hungarian script (Rovásírás) is the script the Hungarians used to use before the introduction of the Latin alphabet in 1000 because of the Kingdom of Hungary and Christianity. The name Rovás comes from the Hungarian word for "cutting", because the letters were carved on wood or sticks. After 1000 the script did not disappear and remained in use in Transylvania. Scholars suggest that Rovás is better suited to write Hungarian than the Latin script. The script is currently gaining popularity again. There are even proposals for missing letters as W and Q, to create new characters. There is even an official request for the script to be fully accepted into Unicode. Original the script was read from right to left, but now the other way is also common. In eastern Hungary and Transylvania many places write their names now again in this script. See for example: Hungarian Rovás Homepage Example of script: