Night train will return to the Netherlands end of 2020

Good news for train passengers: the night train will return to the Netherlands. As of December 13th 2020, Austrian nighttrain specialist ÖBB and NS will run a daily nighttrain from Amsterdam to Munich, Innsbruck and Vienna.

In Vienna in 14 hours

You board the train in the evening to arrive well rested at your destination the next morning. The travel time between Amsterdam and Vienna is about 14 hours. Travellers in both directions arrive at their destination before 10.00 hrs.

Now a change of trains is required

At this moment it's also possible to take the night train to Innsbruck from Düsseldorf on a daily basis. But you will need to take a train to either Dusseldorf or Cologne and change trains there. By extending this connection via Arnhem and Utrecht to Amsterdam, the Netherlands will once again be directly connected to the European nighttrain network.

Facts Nightjet Amsterdam - Vienna

  • Starts 13 December 2020.
  • Departure from Amsterdam early in the evening, arrival in Munich, Innsbruck or Vienna in the morning.
  • In Nuremberg the train divides into a section for Munich and Innsbruck and a section for Vienna.
  • The train consists of seating, reclining and sleeping carriages. The luxurious compartments with private bathroom provide extra comfort.
  • Prices for seats start from € 30, reclining seats start from € 60 and sleeping places start from € 90.
  • Breakfast is included for passengers in the sleeping areas.
  • There is room for wheelchairs and assistance is possible.


  • More than thousands of European destinations online
  • Dutch and English customer service
  • No booking fee online
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