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Sleeper trains

 
We know the best sleeper trains and routes. We also know which are the most comfortable cabins, and when it’s worth upgrading, so talk with our rail experts about tailoring your journey to your requirements.
 

Our favourite overnight services

A convenient way to travel
Sleeper trains are an efficient way to cover long distances. Thanks to our many years’ experience of organising rail travel for our customers, we know which services offer the most enjoyable and comfortable experiences. Below are some of our favourites.
Austrian NightJet
Modern and air-conditioned, the NightJet offers a reliable service,  directly linking the Eurostar hubs in Amsterdam and Brussels with Vienna or Innsbruck. There are also services to Vienna and Innsbruck from Paris Est station which is a 7 minute stroll from the Paris Gare du Nord Eurostar terminal.

The economy cabins are compact, with space for your luggage, and up to 3 bunk beds and a wash basin. A shared toilet and shower are located at the end of the carriage.

For greater space and comfort, as well as your own shower and toilet, you can upgrade to a deluxe cabin. These are popular, so you need to book in good time. These trains become available to book 6 months in advance.

Whether you upgrade or not, you are provided with a towel, duvet, pillow and a light continental breakfast brought to your cabin. 

There is no restaurant on board the NightJet, so you should dine before boarding the train, or bring a picnic tea with you.
Euronight
These trains offer very useful connections within Central Europe, making our holidays in Slovenia much easier to reach. Take Eurostar and TGV to Zurich where you can have dinner before boarding the EuroNight sleeper to Ljubljana which also stops en route close to our holidays in the  Julian Alps. 

Similar to the NightJet, there are compact sleeper cabins, with space for your luggage, and up to 3 bunk beds and a wash basin. A shared toilet and shower are located at the end of the carriage. These trains currently don’t offer deluxe cabins with ensuite showers.

In the sleeper cabins you are provided with a towel, duvet and pillow and a light continental breakfast brought to your cabin. 

Like the NightJet, there is no restaurant on board so you should dine before boarding the train, or bring a picnic tea with you.
Intercity Notte to Sicily
Have dinner in Naples or Rome before boarding the sleeper. The next morning wake up to coastal views on the approach to Siracusa, Catania, Cefalu and Palermo. Sicily’s Intercity Notte sleeper trains travel down the Calabrian coast to Villa San Giovanni where the train rolls onto a ferry to cross the strait of Messina. There are also daily day trains along this scenic route.

These Italian sleepers offer private cabins “Vagone letto deluxe”, with up to 3 bunks and washbasin. Upgrade to an Excelsior cabin, with the same features of  the double sleeper plus an ensuite shower/wc. In both the “Vagone letto” and the Excelsior, you are provided with a towel, duvet and pillow and a light continental breakfast brought to your cabin.  

Light continental breakfast of Illy coffee, espresso or cappuccino. There is no restaurant on board so you should dine before boarding the train or bring a picnic tea with you.  
 
 

The Experience

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