ÖBB Nightjet(ÖBB Nightjet)

Train Type: ÖBB Nightjet(ÖBB Nightjet)

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Sleeper Cabin

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach

1st Class

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach

1-Berth Sleeper Cabin

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach
  • - Compartment for one person
  • - Welcome drink
  • - Welcome bag
  • - Newspaper service
  • - freshly made bed incl. blanket, sheets and pillow
  • - towels and toiletry (among others soap, slippers and earplugs)
  • - wake-up service at the specified time
  • - á la carte breakfast with hot beverage (free refill included)

2-Berth Sleeper Cabin

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach

2nd Class

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach

Triple Sleeper Cabin

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach
  • - Compartment for 3 persons; individual beds are available for booking - in this case, you will share the compartment with other travellers (women and men separated).
  • - Welcome drink
  • - Welcome bag
  • - Newspaper service
  • - freshly made bed incl. blanket, sheets and pillow
  • - towels and toiletry (among others soap, slippers and earplugs)
  • - wake-up service at the specified time
  • - á la carte breakfast with hot beverage (free refill included)

4-Berth Couchette

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach
  • - Compartment with 4 berths
  • - (2 berths on top of one another, preferred berth - top or bottom - can be selected upon booking)
  • - Blanket, sheets and pillow with fresh cover on every berth
  • - Bathrooms and toilets are located in the coach
  • - Compartments can be locked from the inside
  • - "Viennese breakfast" (coffee/tea, 1 roll, butter, jam) and mineral water are included

Private compartment - Couchette car

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach

6-Berth Couchette

Unlike EuroCity and InterCity trains that operate during the same day, EuroNight trains tend to run at night and are equipped with a variety of vehicles to meet sleep services. In addition to the basic cost of tickets from the destination to the arrival point, almost all EuroNight trains require reservations and additional fare fares. These fare increases vary depending on whether the traveler wants to sit in a regular seat, the sleeper with a recliner "couchette", a padded felt bed with a blanket and a small pillow, or a soft sleeper (sleeper) ), the mattress can provide a full set of bed linen (sheets, quilts, pillows).

Almost all EuroNight routes are international (although a few major countries, including France and Germany, operate EN services nationwide) and are operated jointly by national railway companies, many of which share trains on the route. EN trains develop and become the standard night train service for all Western and most Central European countries.

After the termination of the CityNightLine service by the German Federal Railways in 2016, the Austrian Federal Railways launched the new night car brand Nightjet as an alternative. Nightjet operates in Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. Other train companies provide services to Croatia, Hungary, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia, which are operated in partnership with Nightjet partners.

The Nightjet train offers a soft sleeper (Sleeper, Nightjet's most comfortable service category), a sleeper compartment (couchette hard sleeper) and a regular compartment (seat).

Facilities in the coach
  • - Compartment with 6 berths
  • - (3 berths on top of one another, preferred berth - top, middle or bottom - can be selected upon booking)
  • - Blanket, sheets and pillow with fresh cover on every berth
  • - Bathrooms and toilets are located in the coach
  • - Compartments can be locked from the inside
  • - "Viennese breakfast" (coffee/tea, 1 roll, butter, jam) and mineral water are included

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