The journey from Berlin to Prague via Dresden on the night train

European Sleeper Expands Night Train Service to Major European Cities, Adding Stops in Dresden and Beyond

Dutch-Belgian rail company European Sleeper has announced the extension of its night train service from Brussels to Berlin to include stops in Dresden, Bad Schandau, Decin, Usti nad Labem, and Prague in the Czech Republic. The train will run three times a week, departing from Brussels South on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Departure times are 7:22 PM in Brussels and 8:01 PM in Antwerp, with arrival in Prague shortly before 11 a.m.

This expansion of the night train service was recently tested by European Sleeper, with around 40 percent of travelers from Brussels and Amsterdam opting for this new route. Co-founder Elmer van Buuren expressed excitement about the new connection and mentioned plans to add more routes in the future, possibly including Amsterdam-Brussels-Barcelona in 2025 or 2026.

The addition of these stops provides travelers with more options for convenient and sustainable transportation between major European cities. However, European Sleeper faces competition from Nightjet by Austrian railway company ÖBB on the Brussels-Berlin route. Nightjet offers an alternative route via Cologne, Bonn, and Frankfurt to Berlin as well as service from Brussels to Vienna.

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Overall, this expansion of night trains connecting major European cities is providing travelers with more options for convenient and sustainable transportation while also facing competition from other companies offering alternative routes.

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