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2nd class Sleeper cabins: Bed 1 pers., 2 pers., and 3 pers. – more comfortable cabins for 1, 2 or 3 passengers.
Deluxe sleeper cabins: Bed 1 pers. Delux, Bed 2 pers. Delux, Bed 3 pers. Delux – 1st class accommodation for 1, 2 or 3 passengers. More information about booking is in question no. 3.
2nd class Couchette cabins: Couchette 4 pers. and 6 pers. – cabins for 4 or 6 passengers offering a lower level of comfort for a lower price.
YES. We recommend it because beds and couchettes can be easily sold out during the summer and winter season. The booking for most of the trains opens 2–3 months before the departure. Although tickets can be bought before departure at a train station, it is not very wise to rely on the very last moment as all compartments may already be sold out.
YES. Most of the overnight trains in Europe (e.g. Prague – Budapest) offer 1st class private cabins for 1–3 passengers. These deluxe cabins have usually a private shower and toilette and a small breakfast is served in the morning. If you want to check the availability of these cabins, send us an email (email@example.com).
NO. Most of the night trains in Eastern Europe offer 2nd class cabins only. There are shared social facilities at the both ends of each carriage.
YES. The service is different on very train. Generally speaking restaurant and bistro cars are not available at night. You can buy refreshments from your carriage attendant, have dinner/breakfast at a train station or bring your own food on board. On most trains if you book a bed cabin, you receive a small breakfast (tea/coffee/croissant).
There are no luggage cars or compartments on most of the overnight trains. Passengers store their baggage inside their cabins.
(when to buy the tickets, payment problems, seat reservations, delivery)
(no confirmation, sold out tickets, choosing your seat/bed, stopping along the way, exchanges, refunds, price issues, don't understand the tickets, lost tickets)
(when to arrive at a train station, finding the platform, missed train, refreshments, getting off the train)
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Last update: 2016-02-17