Final Destination: Bruxelles-Midi/Brussel-Zuid
The train also calls at: Linz and Liege and Bruxelles-Nord
If you will be heading to Bruxelles city centre, you'll have a quicker journey if you leave the train at Bruxelles-Nord station and connect there into one of the frequent trains to Bruxelles-Central station.
Bruxelles/Brussels has rejoined the European night train network, thanks to the restoration of a direct overnight train from Wien/Vienna to the Belgian capital.
Departs on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings open:
6 months ahead of the travel date on OBB
The train conveys:
The first price you will see on the OBB ticketing site will be for the compartment seats.
Our guide to booking night train tickets on the OBB (Austrian national railways) website is available HERE.
Using rail passes:
Rail pass users must reserve before boarding this train.
You can now book rail pass reservations without paying booking fees on the OBB website (OBB operates these trains
Though the process for doing so isn't particularly obvious, hence this step-by-step guide.
Or you can avoid the booking fees by arranging the reservations when you arrive in Austria, by purchasing them at a Reisezentrum travel desk, which you will find in any hauptbahnhof.
Though it's best to do this when you first arrive in Austria, the later you leave booking your accommodation, the more likely it is that your preferences will be sold out.
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This train service is usually scheduled to depart from Wien Hbf on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings at around 19:45
The train will also have mid-morning arrival time, it will typically be scheduled to arrive in Bruxelles/Brussels between 09:30 and 10:00
On departure the train heading to Bruxelles will be joined to another train heading to Hamburg, so any info for Hamburg you see on the departure screens will also apply to this train.
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