Night-Trains in Germany

The Night-Trains in Germany, the EuroNight and NightJet, are excellent trains to let yourself be transported by during the night. There are plenty of options for various types of accomodations, from simple straight-up seats to shared compartments. Germany “breathes” Night-Trains, even though the German railways discontinued all Night-Trains recently. Luckily the Austrian Railways, ÖBB, took over. From various cities in Germany you can travel all the way towards Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia and Switzerland. Imagine a stunning pittoresque view of the Alps while the sun goes up – a whole different landscape when you departed! ÖBB has done an excellent job putting the Night-Train back on the rail – and routes are expanding every single year. Within Germany there are a view over-night InterCities between the biggest cities, without sleeping accomodation. For all Night-Trains in Germany a supplement is required.

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Austria
The EuroNight 462 (“Kalman Imre”) operates from Budapest (20:40) to Munich (06:10), via Vienna (23:25).
The EuroNight 463 (“Kalman Imre”) operates from Munich (23:20) to Budapest (09:19), via Vienna (06:40).
The EuroNight 498 (“Lisinski”) operates from Zagreb (21:20) to Munich (06:10), via Ljubljana (23:55).
The EuroNight 50463 (“Lisinski”) operates from Munich (23:20) to Zagreb (08:36), via Ljubljana (06:20).
The NightJet 420/40420 operates from Innsbruck (20:44) to Dusseldorf (08:42) and Hamburg (08:44).
The NightJet 421/40491 operates from Dusseldorf (20:54) and Hamburg (20:29) to Innsbruck (09:14).
The NightJet 456/40456 operates from Vienna (22:10) and Budapest (19:30) to Berlin (09:16), via Wroclaw (05:10).
The NightJet 457/40457 operates from Berlin (18:40) to Vienna (07:00) and Budapest (08:35), via Wroclaw (23:00).
The NightJet 490/40490 operates from Vienna (20:41) to Hamburg (08:44) and Dusseldorf (08:42).
The NightJet 491/40421 operates from Hamburg (20:29) and Dusseldorf (20:54) to Vienna (08:27).

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Croatia
The EuroNight 498 (“Lisinski”) operates from Zagreb (21:20) to Munich (06:10), via Ljubljana (23:55).
The EuroNight 50463 (“Lisinski”) operates from Munich (23:20) to Zagreb (08:36), via Ljubljana (06:20).

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Hungary
The EuroNight 462 (“Kalman Imre”) operates from Budapest (20:40) to Munich (06:10), via Vienna (23:25).
The EuroNight 463 (“Kalman Imre”) operates from Munich (23:20) to Budapest (09:19), via Vienna (06:40).
The NightJet 456/40456 operates from Vienna (22:10) and Budapest (19:30) to Berlin (09:16), via Wroclaw (05:10).
The NightJet 457/40457 operates from Berlin (18:40) to Vienna (07:00) and Budapest (08:35), via Wroclaw (23:00).

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Italy
The NightJet 235/40235 operates from Milan (20:40) to Vienna (08:46) and Munich (08:19).
The NightJet 236/40236 operates from Venice (21:04) to Vienna (07:55) and Munich (06:10).
The NightJet 237/40463 operates from Vienna (21:27) and Munich (23:35) to Venice (08:24).
The NightJet 294/40294 operates from Rome (18:58) to Munich (08:19) and Vienna (08:46).
The NightJet 295/40295 operates from Munich (20:10) to Rome (09:22) and Milan (09:12).

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Poland
The EuroNight 50456 opeates from Przemysl (19:09) to Berlin (09:16), via Krakow (21:39) and Wroclaw (05:10).
The EuroNight 50457 operates from Berlin (18:40) to Przemysl (08:57) via Wroclaw (23:00) and Krakow (05:31).

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Slovakia
The NightJet 456/40456 operates from Vienna (22:10) and Budapest (19:30) to Berlin (09:16), via Wroclaw (05:10).
The NightJet 457/40457 operates from Berlin (18:40) to Vienna (07:00) and Budapest (08:35), via Wroclaw (23:00).

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Slovenia
The EuroNight 498 (“Lisinski”) operates from Zagreb (21:20) to Munich (06:10), via Ljubljana (23:55).
The EuroNight 50463 (“Lisinski”) operates from Munich (23:20) to Zagreb (08:36), via Ljubljana (06:20).

All-year-round Night Trains between Germany and Switzerland
The NightJet 470/40470 operates from Zurich (20:00) to Berlin (07:54) and Hamburg (07:51), via Frankfurt (00:54).
The NightJet 471/401 operates from Berlin (21:07) and Hamburg (21:02) to Zurich (09:05), via Frankfurt (04:02).

Seasonal Night-Trains between Germany and Austria/Croatia/Slovenia
The EuroNight 480 (“Istria”) operates from Rijeka (20:50) to Munich (06:10), via Ljubljana (23:55).

Seasonal Night-Trains between Germany and Sweden
The Snälltåget 300/3940 operates from Berlin (18:55) to Malmö (07:25).
The Snälltåget 301/3941 operates Malmö (17:00) to Berlin (07:10).
The Snälltåget 302 operates from Berlin (11:47) to Stockholm (06:20), via Malmö (20:40).
The Snälltåget 303 operates from Stockholm (12:38) to Berlin (07:15), via Malmö (18:00).

Supplement costs
EuroNight
2nd class seat: ~€10.00 – ~€15.00
2nd class 6-bed sleeper: ~€30.00
2nd class 4-bed sleeper: ~€40.00
2nd class 3-bed sleeper: ~€20.00 – ~€50.00
2nd class 2-bed sleeper: ~€25.00 – ~€70.00
2nd class 1-bed sleeper: ~€50.00 – ~€110.00
Supplements cannot be bought online.

NightJet
2nd class seat: ~€05.00 – ~€15.00
2nd class 6-bed sleeper: ~€30.00
2nd class 4-bed sleeper: ~€40.00
2nd class 3-bed sleeper: ~€50.00
2nd class 2-bed sleeper: ~€70.00
2nd class 1-bed sleeper: ~€110.00
Supplements cannot be bought online.

Snälltåget
2nd class seat: ~€05.00
1st class seat: ~€15.00
2nd class 6-bed sleeper: ~€35.00
1st class 1-bed sleeper: ~€200.00
Supplements can be bought online via https://www.snalltaget.se/en.

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