Night train will return to the Netherlands end of 2020

As of 19 January, the Austrian railway company will start a night train between Belgium and Austria. This train will run twice a week.

The night train to Austria departs from Brussel-Zuid/Midi and runs on Mondays and Thursdays (departure from Brussel-Zuid/Midi at 18.04 hrs). The train departs from Vienna or Innsbruck on Sunday and Wednesday evenings. Seat prices start at € 29.90. Tickets for the night train can be booked by telephone via the Service Center: +31 (0)30 230 0023.

    As of December 2020 also from Amsterdam

    As of December 2020, there will be a daily night train from Amsterdam to Munich, Innsbruck and Vienna. Travel time between Amsterdam and Vienna will be about 14 hours.

    Night train will return to the Netherlands end of 2020

    Time night train

    • Night train Brussels - Vienna > runs on Mondays and Thursdays
      from 20 January to 2 July, and
      from 31 August to 10 December 2020
    • Night train Vienna - Brussels > runs on Sundays and Wednesdays
      from 19 January to 1 July, and
      from 30 August to 9 December 2020

    ÖBB Nightjet

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    Train routes

    Here you can find all the train routes you can take.


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    Direct connection Eurostar to London

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    More passengers in 2019

    In 2019, 4 million passengers took the train abroad. The number of international train tickets sold in 2019 grew by 13% compared to 2018.

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