EuroNight Wiener Walzer

Belvedere palace in Vienna

The EuroNight Wiener Walzer is probably the only night train in existence to be named after a dance. It runs from Zürich, the largest city in Switzerland, to beautiful Budapest in Hungary. As its name clearly suggests, the EuroNight Wiener Walzer also stops in Vienna (Wien), Austria's magnificent capital.

EuroNight Wiener Walzer route


The EuroNight Wiener Walzer runs daily from Zürich to Budapest. For the main part of this journey you will be traveling through Austria. The most notable stops along the way are Innsbruck, Salzburg, and of course, Vienna. You can choose to get off the train in one of these cities or you can simply sleep your way from Switzerland to Hungary.

Map with Euronight Wiener Walzer route
The EuroNight Wiener Walzer runs on the following route:
  • Zurich - Budapest



Reservation: mandatory

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 Wiener Walzer are mandatory and can be made up to 120 days in advance.

How to make reservations?

You can reserve your seat on EuroNight Wiener Walzer trains in the following ways:

Reservation fees

  • Seat: 5 euros

  • 6-bed couchette 28 euros

  • 4-bed couchette: 30 euros

  • 3-bed sleeper: 35 euros

  • Double sleeper: 50 euros

  • Single sleeper: 100 euros

Facilities and services

  • Air conditioning

  • Coffee bar

  • Disabled facilities

  • Luggage racks

  • Power sockets

  • Snack trolley

Facilities may differ per route and train.

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