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European Sleeper Launches Prague Route Extension

European Sleeper has launched its new Prague route extension as part of its continued expansion.


Ten months after their first ride from Brussels to Berlin, European Sleeper has introduced new stops in Dresden, Bad Schandau, and Prague. The train will connect four countries and four European capitals.


The route extension was unveiled with a special event last week, where press, trade, and partners boarded the train in Brussels and arrived in Prague the next day. The official launch was then celebrated in Prague around the very first departures to Amsterdam and Brussels. The event was organised in collaboration with Prague City Tourism, CzechTourism, visit.brussels, Visit Dresden, and Ceske drahy.


European Sleeper's extended route to Prague.

The new service connecting Brussels, Dresden, and Prague launched on 25 March 2024 starting at €49 for a seat and €79 for a couchette in a shared compartment. In parallel, European Sleeper has been able to secure improved rental carriages. These couchette carriages will significantly increase the comfort and travel experience of the night train passengers.


In its continuing effort to expand its destination offering, European Sleeper is also working on the launch of a new route connecting Amsterdam, Brussels, and Barcelona, to debut in 2025 or 2026. This route was selected by the European Commission as one of ten pilot projects to improve European cross-border rail connection.

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