How much is a sleeper train in Europe?
|Accommodation type||Reservation fee (domestic / international route)|
|4-bed couchette||36 euros / 44 euros per person|
|3-bed sleeper||46 euros / 54 euros per person*|
|Double sleeper||66 euros / 74 euros per person*|
|Single sleeper||116 euros / 124 euros*|
What sleeper trains are there in Europe?
Best sleeper trains in Europe
- Caledonian Sleeper, London-Scotland.
- Venice Simplon Orient Express, London-Venice (via Paris)
- Night train to Sicily, Milan-Palermo.
- Night Riviera Sleeper, London-Penzance.
- ÖBB Nightjet, Vienna-Paris.
- Santa Claus Express, Helsinki-Rovaniemi.
- Nordland Railway, Trondheim-Bodo.
How do I book an overnight train in Europe?
Reservations for night trains Reservations are mandatory for all night trains. Depending on the train, you can make these reservations online, by phone or through our reservation service. A reservation guarantees you a seat or a bed on the train.
What is a European sleeper train?
Our guide to European sleeper trains will tell you all you need to know about travelling across the continent by night. No one likes waking up in the middle of the night, and as you’ll be sound asleep for most of your journey, it’s generally longer routes across Europe that offer a night train service.
Are there any night trains that allow you to sleep?
From reclining seats to private sleeping cabins, there’s a travel option for every wish and budget. Save precious travel time by moving from one destination to the next while you sleep. Most European night trains are included in the Eurail passes.
Is there a night train service in Europe?
No one likes waking up in the middle of the night, and as you’ll be sound asleep for most of your journey, it’s generally longer routes across Europe that offer a night train service. Take a look at our map below to see some of the major sleeper train routes across the continent.
What kind of cars are in a sleeper train?
The cars are pretty modern by sleeper train standards. As you might expect for a journey of this length, there’s a restaurant car — and for added excitement it switches halfway through the journey. For the first part it’s a Polish restaurant car. When the train reaches Brest, a Russian dining car is added.