Europe's most popular sleeper train, the City Night Line operates services in the following countries:
Sleeper (Standard with washbasin) Each room can be used with 1, 2 or all 3 beds, all of which fold away to provide a seating area. The fare includes a simple breakfast with tea or coffee the next morning. Toilets and shower can be found at the end of the corridor. Each compartment is fitted with 220v 2-pin socket for laptops and mobiles and plenty of room for luggage. The sleeper attendant can provide a room service for drinks and light snacks, but you are also welcome to bring your own.
Sleeper (Deluxe with private toilet and shower)
A fraction larger than the standard sleeper, with complimentary red wine or sparkling white aperitif on departure. This upgrade also comes with a larger breakfast served on real china the next morning. Mineral water and washing kits are provided for the private showers.
Couchettes Normally 6-berth compartments, however for a slightly higher fare you can opt for a 4-berth with no middle but upper and lower bunks, each with its own reading light. Washrooms and toilets can be be found at the end of each corridor. Couchettes are usually mixed-sex, however women travelling alone can opt for the ladies-only compartments.
Ordinary seating The City Night Line night trains also have 6-seat compartments, reclining seats on specific trains. Travelling over night in this style is not something we recommend for comfort or safety.
Bicycles Most City Night Line trains have special bike compartments, marked with an appropriate symbol on the outside. Advanced reservations must be purchased with a fee of €10-15 per bike per journey.
Wheelchair access Most City Night Line trains have one wheelchair accessible 2-berth couchette, located next to a disabled toilet.The whole side of the compartment and toilet slide open in the touch of a button The disabled berth is not available for online booking on Loco2 or anywhere else.
For more information on bookings and boarding/alighting assistance please contact the following services:
DB (German Railways) mobility service centre phone: +49 180 5 512 512
SBB (Swiss Railways) call center handicap phone: +41 51 225 71 50
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