Night train to Cologne

Travel to Cologne by night train. Book cheap Train tickets from 29,90 EUR. Overnight train connections to Cologne are available from Vienna, Innsbruck, Salzburg, Zurich, Basel, Copenhagen and Malmö.

Arrival: after Cologne by night train


ÖBB nightjet NJ40490
Vienna Central Station20:10
Vienna Meidling20:17
St. Pölten Central Station20:44
Linz/Danube Main Station21:34
Wels main station21:51
Passau main station22:53
Regensburg main station23:56
Nuremberg Central Station01:39
Würzburg main station02:32
Cologne Exhibition Centre/Deutz06:59
Düsseldorf Central Station07:25
Duisburg main station07:41
Arnhem Centraal08:57
Utrecht Centraal09:30
Amsterdam Centraal10:12

Departure: from Cologne by night train


ÖBB nightjet NJ40421
Amsterdam Centraal18:47
Utrecht Centraal19:33
Arnhem Centraal20:08
Düsseldorf Central Station21:15
Cologne Exhibition Centre/Deutz21:45
Würzburg main station02:29
Nuremberg Central Station03:3604:08
Regensburg main station05:0705:09
Passau main station06:15
Wels main station07:16
Linz/Danube Main Station07:47
St. Pölten Central Station08:40
Vienna Meidling09:11
Vienna Central Station09:17

3 thoughts on “Köln”

  1. Good day,

    I would like to travel with my son (9) to Vienna by night train on Monday, 25 March and return on Friday, 29 March. I would like to book a private compartment in a sleeping car.
    + - 1 day return journey is possible.

    Are there still places available? How much do the tickets cost? Could you send me an offer?

    best regards


    1. Hello Henry.
      The easiest way is to check the website of the ÖBB (Austrian State Railways):
      On 25 March 2024 there is a sleeper coach for 2 people from Cologne to Vienna for 394 EUR. Important: select the option "Economy comfort incl. reservation".
      On 29 March 2024 from Vienna to Cologne, there is only one 3-seater sleeping car seat left (someone else can be in the compartment with you) or a private couchette compartment (500 EUR - entire couchette compartment for you alone, without strangers).
      I hope this helps.
      Many greetings, Peter 🙂

      1. Another option would be to take the night train from Vienna to Hanover on 29 March. This is the new generation, quite nice trains.
        In the sleeping car for 2 persons "Compartment comfort 2 persons with private WC": Select "Economy comfort incl. reservation".
        And then from Hanover to Cologne on the ICE with a change in Frankfurt. But that's an extra 3 hours travelling time.

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