Alps scenic train

Railway in the Austrian Alps

Direct Eurocity services run from Munich, Germany via Austria to Italy. These scenic train routes via the Alps, feature breathtaking views of traditional mountain villages and romantic towns. The trains are operated by the German railway company DB and the Austrian railway company ÖBB.

Alps routes
Facilities and Services
Additional information

Alps scenic train routes

 
Map with route of Alps scenic routes
The Alps Scenic Train runs on the following route:
  • Munich - Verona
  • Munich - Milan
  • Munich - Bologna
  • Munich - Venice

Facilities and services

 
  • Air conditioning

  • Newspapers/magazines

  • Restaurant/bistro

  • Shower/WC

  • Waiter service


Facilities may differ per train and route.

Operated by:
Logo of German railway DB Deutsche Bahn (DB)
Logo of OBB ÖBB

Additional information

 

Eurail pass conditions

A reservation is compulsory for Eurail pass holders. Reservation fees are  € 4,50 (2nd class) / € 5,50 (1st class) when made in Germany. In other countries the fees are € 7,00 (2nd class) / € 11,00 (1st class).

 

Special features

You get excellent views from the large panorama windows in the comfortable cars. The trains have a full service restaurant car with local specialties as well as a wide selection of soft drinks, wines and beer. There is a dedicated 1st class service, with leather seats, drinks and a selection of free journals.

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