EuroNight Chopin (Poland, Czechia, Hungary, Austria)
The EuroNight ‘Chopin’ connects Warsaw and Krakow with Prague in Czech Republic. It also has carriages to Budapest in Hungary and Vienna and Graz in Austria.
EuroNight Chopin routes
The EuroNight Chopin runs on the following routes:
Warsaw – Krakow – Prague IC 407 / EN 442
Warsaw – Krakow – Budapest IC 407 / NJ 457/ EN 477
Warsaw – Krakow – Vienna – Graz IC 407 / EN 407
Prague – Krakow – Warsaw EN 406 / EN 443
Budapest – Krakow – Warsaw IC 406 / NJ 456 / EN 476
Graz – Vienna – Krakow – Warsaw IC 406 / EN 406
Fun fact: During the night, several night train carriages from multiple directions are combined in Bohumin and Breclav, making these train stations one of the busiest stations in Europe at night.
Reservations for the EuroNight Chopin are compulsory. You can book your seat or accommodation up to 60 days in advance. If you're traveling in high-season (May to September) or on a public holiday, we recommend you to make your reservations as far in advance as possible.
How to make reservations for the EuroNight Chopin
Eurail reservation self-service system
Administration costs when booking through Eurail self-service
- € 2,- p.p.per train
- Additional € 9,- per order (for paper tickets)
With railway carriers
- Polrail: Domestic and international trains
Locally at the train station
By calling the Deutsche Bahn booking centre on +49 1806 996 633 (open 24/7).
- Seat: 3 – 9 euros
- 6-bed couchette: 9.60 – 27 euros p.p.
- 4-bed couchette: 14 – 37 euros p.p.
- 3-bed sleeper: 20 – 70 euros p.p.
- 3-bed deluxe sleeper: 28 – 77 euros p.p.
- Double sleeper: 21 – 30 euros p.p.
- Double deluxe sleeper: 35 – 50 euros p.p.
- Single sleeper: 49 – 70 euros
- Deluxe single sleeper: 77 – 110 euros
Please note that prices can vary based on the season. Expect higher reservation fees for Easter and in high season (between June and August).
Facilities and services
- Air conditioning
- Disabled facilities
- Luggage racks
- Power sockets
Facilities may differ per train and route. When using timetables and railway maps, you will notice that the local spelling of city names is often used. This spelling differs from the common English names. For example, Warsaw is usually written as Warszawa.
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