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​Ticket sales starts for the night train service between Stockholm and Berlin

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​Ticket sales starts for the night train service between Stockholm and Berlin

Today, ticket sales start for Snälltåget's major investment in night train services between Sweden, Denmark and Germany in 2021. Snälltåget's new line Stockholm - Malmö - Copenhagen - Hamburg - Berlin will be the first night train services to operate on regularlybasis between Sweden, Denmark and Germany since the 1990s. The first train departs on March 27, 2021.

In June, July and August trains will depart from Stockholm and Berlin every day and in April, May and September twice a week. In total, the investment means almost a quadrupling of the number of departures compared to what Snälltågetoperated between Malmö and Berlin in 2019. In addition to the traffic in 2019, Stockholmand Copenhagen are now getting direct trains to Berlin and Hamburg. The price for a one-way ticket starts from 49€.

-It will be the first time a night train service will operate from Sweden to Germany via Denmark on regular basis since the 90s. It feels fantastic to be able to offer such a sustainable alternative to travelers. We have been operating night trains to Berlin since 2012 and believe in its potential despite the corona crisis. That is why we are investing in more departures and a completely new route for the Berlin night train service in 2021, says Carl Adam Holmberg, Head ofSnälltåget.

The night train service will offer salon seating coaches and 6 berth compartment coaches where passengers can socialize in the evening and then turn the seats into beds during the night. The coaches are equipped with AC and USB sockets. The restaurant coach "Krogen" offers passengers the possibility to get a good dinner between Stockholm and Malmö and vice versa. Between Malmö and Berlin and vice versa the Train attendant offers sandwiches, snacks, beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages from the Service compartment. Travelers areoffered to buy a private compartment for 1-6 persons or a seat in the salon seating coach.

-Berlin is a city in constant change that has a lot to offer for a for travelers from Scandinavia, whether you like culture, shopping, gourmet experiences, entertainment or nightlife. With the new possibility with the night train service stop in Hamburg, travelers can easily reach other destinations, like Munich, Cologne and Brussels, says Carl Adam Holmberg.

Ticket sales on www.snalltaget.se

More about the night train service Stockholm-Berlin: The southbound night train trainfrom Sweden will depart from Stockholm Central station at 16.20 and then stops inSödertälje16.39, Norrköping 17.45, Linköping 18.11, Nässjö19.10, Alvesta 19.51, Hässleholm20.31, Eslöv20.55, Lund 21.05 Malmö C 21.55 and Höje Taastrup (Copenhagen area) at 22.45. In the morning, the train will arrive at Hamburg Hbf 05.31 and Berlin Hbf 08.52.The northbound night train departs from Berlin 19.02 and Hamburg 23.26. Next day the train stops at Höje Tastrup 06.38, Malmö 07.40, Lund 09.31, Eslöv 09.44, Hässleholm 10.07, Alvesta 10.50, Nässjö 11.30, Linköping 12.26, Norrköping 12.52, Södertälje 14.00 and Stockholm 14.19. The train will operate on only renewable energy from sun, wind and water.

More about Snälltåget's booking policy:Snälltåget's tickets purchased on Snalltaget.se are rebookable. For a surcharge, tickets can also be refundable. Tickets in the seating coachmust be cancelled 24 hours before departure.Private Compartment must be cancelled seven days before departure.

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Snälltåget's long distance rail services focous on giving the customers a pleasant and affordable trip. All year around we operate day train services between Malmö and Stockholm. During winter and summer, you can take Snälltåget night train services from Malmö via Stockholm to the skiing and hiking areas in Jämtland twice a week. During spring, summer and authumn Snälltåget operates the cross border night train services Stockholm - Malmö - Copenhagen - Hamburg - Berlin.

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