European Sleeper RailJet night train to start Brussels – Berlin – Prague services in summer 2022 

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The European Sleeper operated by RailJet will start running a night train service from next summer. When exactly, European Sleeper cannot say. Sales will start in April 2022. For now, the termini will be Brussels and Prague in Czechia. At this point, no Ostend and no Warsaw.

In an email and on its website, European Sleeper announced a timetable for its first iteration.

European Sleeper has three departures from Brussels scheduled per week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, respectively.

EastboundWestbound
19:22Brussel-Zuid9:54
20:01Antwerpen-Centraal8:47
20:45Roosendaal8:10
21:22Rotterdam-Centraal7:27
21:42Den Haag – Hollands Spoorno stop
22:34Amsterdam Centraal6:26
1:00Bad Bentheim4:19
2:56Hannover Hbf2:21
5:52Berlin Hbf23:05
7:43Dresden-Neustadt21:08
7:49Dresden Hbf21:02
8:16Bad Schandau20:29
8:41Děčín hl.n.20:11
9:00Ústí n.L.hl.n.19:45
10:14Praha-Holešovice18:41
10:24Praha hl.n.18:31
Timetable.
European Sleeper 2022 timetable (European Sleeper).

Composition, comfort levels and pricing

“As we are working on the availability of comfortable sleeper cars, we will start operations later than originally scheduled. At the beginning of 2022 we will communicate the exact starting date. At the time, we will also announce the train composition, the different comfort levels, and the ticket prices”, European Sleeper says.  

“We are currently working on a new website, including a customer-friendly booking tool. We are redeveloping our marketing and branding. And we now have our own office space in Utrecht and a small but knowledgeable team that works hard to achieve our ambitions.”

“We indeed have great ambitions: we plan to introduce a new night train from Belgium and the Netherlands every year. In 2022 to Prague, in 2023 to Warsaw and in 2024 to a yet unknown destination. We have already started preparations for these new night trains.”

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