The Allegro Tosca EuroNight train is operated by both the OBB and Trenitalia. This direct service travels from the Austrian capital of Vienna to Rome, Italy in less than 14 hours. This night train offers all the comforts of a modern night train so you can relax in style as your journey takes you through the eastern Alps, small towns and villages and through world renowned cities such as Venice and Florence. When you awake you will find yourself in one of the oldest cities in Europe: the Eternal City of Rome. There you can explore UNSECO listed world heritage sites, visit some of the most famous and stunning works of art, shop for world famous brands in the high street or simply relax by the Trevi fountain with a gelato and soak up the atmosphere.
Allegro Tosca night train
Allegro Tosca night train route
The Allegro Tosca night train travels in either direction to and from Vienna to Rome, via Florence. Some services make connections to and from Milan/Torino and Venice.
- Vienna - Rome
When a reservation is mandatory you must reserve your seat or sleeping accommodation in advance. It's not possible to board the train without this reservation.
Reservations on the Allegro Tosca night trains are mandatory. We recommend you make your reservations as far in advance as possible.
The Allegro Tosca is equipped with a restaurant car.
How to make reservations for the Allegro Tosca
You can reserve your seat or sleeping accommodation on the Allegro Tosca in the following ways:
At the train station. Keep in mind that trains can become full during busy times.
Reclining seat: 9 euros
6-bed couchette: 29 euros p.p.
4-bed couchette: 39 euros p.p.
3-bed sleeper: 49 euros p.p.
Double sleeper: 69 euros p.p.
Single sleeper: 109 euros
3-bed deluxe sleeper: 64 euros p.p.
Double deluxe sleeper (with private bathroom): 84 euros p.p.
Single deluxe sleeper (with private bathroom): 124 euros
Facilities and services
Facilities may differ per train and route.