The EuroNight Hans Albers travels from Hamburg, in northern Germany, to Vienna in Austria. Sleep your way through a large part of Germany and wake up in one of the most splendid capitals of Europe. From the vibrant nightlife of Hamburgs Reeperbahn to the famous Vienna State Opera - these are two cities you don't want to miss.
EuroNight Hans Albers
EuroNight Hans Albers routes
The EuroNight Hans Albers runs daily between Hamburg and Vienna. It travels through Germany from north to southeast and crosses the Austrian border at Passau, taking you further to Linz and the final stop Vienna. The entire journey should take you just over 12 hours.
- Hamburg - Vienna
When a reservation is mandatory you must reserve a seat in advance. It's not possible to board the train without this reservation.
Reservations for the EuroNight Hans Albers are mandatory and can be made up to 4 months in advance.
How to make reservations for the EuroNight Hans Albers
You can reserve your seat or sleeping accommodation on the EuroNight Hans Albers in the following ways:
Seat: 25 euros
6-bed couchette 39 euros
4-bed couchette: 48 euros
Double sleeper: 105 euros
Single sleeper: 126 euros
3-bed deluxe sleeper: 105 euros
Double deluxe sleeper (1st class): 116 euros
Single deluxe sleeper (1st class): 158 euros
Facilities and services
Facilities may differ per route and train.
Deutsche Bahn (DB)