Night Trains in Germany

The Night Trains in Germany, EuroNight, NightJet and Snälltåget, are of excellent quality. There are plenty of options for sleeping accomodations. Such as simple straight-up seats or shared compartments. Germany “breathes” Night Trains, even though Deutsche Bahn discountinued all Night Trains recently. Luckily, ÖBB took over most of the routes.

From various cities in Germany you can travel all the way towards Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia and Switzerland. Besides the high quality Night Trains there are some over-night InterCities between the biggest cities without sleeping accomodation.

Imagine a stunning view of the German landscape. And then again a whole different view once you wake up! Followed by a delicious breakfast. ÖBB has done a great job putting the Night Train back on track. Taking the Night Train is amazing. And it also saves you money on hotel costs. 

For all Night Trains a sleeper supplement is required with Interrail.

Night Trains in Germany - DSB 5282 with EC 387 from Aarhus in Hamburg 3 december 2015 - Roel Hemkes - http://bit.ly/2OPUJvj
Night Trains in Germany – DSB 5282 with EC 387 from Aarhus in Hamburg 3 december 2015 – Roel Hemkes – http://bit.ly/2OPUJvj

From Germany to Austria

NightJet 420/421/40420/40491 operates between Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Innsbruck.
NightJet 456/457/40456/40457 operates between Berlin, Wien and Budapest via Wroclaw.
EuroNight 462/463 (Kalman Imre) operates between Munich and Budapest via Wien.
NightJet 490/491/40421/40490 operates between Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Wien.
EuroNight 498/50463 (Lisinski) operates between Munich and Zagreb via Wien.


From Germany to Croatia

EuroNight 498/50463 (Lisinski) operates between Munich and Zagreb via Ljubljana.


From Germany to Hungary

EuroNight 456/457/40456/40457 operates between Berlin, Wien and Budapest via Wroclaw.
EuroNight 462/463 (Kalman Imre) operates between Munich and Budapest via Wien.


From Germany to Italy

NightJet 294/295/40235/40295 operates between Munich, Milan and Rome.
NightJet 40236/40463 operates between Munich and Venice.


From Germany to Poland

EuroNight 50456/50457 operates between Berlin and Przemysl via Wroclaw and Krakow.


From Germany to Slovakia

NightJet 456/457 operates between Berlin and Budapest via Wroclaw and Bratislava.


From Germany to Slovenia

EuroNight 498/50463 (Lisinski) operates between Munich and Zagreb via Ljubljana.


From Germany to Switzerland

NightJet 401/470/471/40470 operates between Berlin and Hamburg to Zurich.


Seasonal

EuroNight 480/60643 (Opatija) operates between Munich and Rijeka via Ljubljana.
Snälltåget 300/301/3940/3941 (Berlin Night Express) operates between Berlin and Malmö.
Snälltåget 302/303 operates between Berlin and Stockholm via Malmö (select dates).


Interrail costs

EuroNight
seat (2nd class): ~€10.00 – ~€15.00
6-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€30.00
4-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€40.00
3-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€20.00 – ~€50.00
2-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€25.00 – ~€70.00
1-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€50.00 – ~€110.00

Supplements can be bought online. Upon ‘Single Tickets’ selection add ‘Interrail’ as a discount under ‘Who is going?’.

NightJet
seat (2nd class): ~€05.00 – ~€15.00
6-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€30.00
4-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€40.00
3-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€50.00
2-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€70.00
1-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€110.00

Supplements can be bought online. Upon ‘Single Tickets’ selection add ‘Interrail’ as a discount under ‘Who is going?’.

Snälltåget
seat (2nd class): ~€05.00
seat (1st class): ~€15.00
6-bed sleeper (2nd class): ~€40.00
1-bed sleeper (1st class): ~€230.00

Supplements can be bought online. Upon booking add ‘INTERRAIL’ as a discount under ‘Campaign code’.

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