From April 8 until September 24th this direct train will depart from Hamburg nightly around midnight and then travel through the night to arrive in Stockholm in the early afternoon.
**Final Destination: Stockholm C
**Also calls at: Stockholm C
This trains also calls at: Nassjo and Linkoping
It is typically scheduled to arrive in Stockholm at 09:55
It has a daily connection with trains on to Galve, on Monday to Friday it typically connects with trains on to Bollnas and on Monday to Saturday it has a connection on to Borlange and Falun
1 x train per night
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings open: around 6 months ahead
You can usually opt to travel in:
When you want to book a bed(s) in sleeping cabins or a berth in a couchette, not all the accommodation options will be shown on the first journey results screen.
Click on the only 'Reclining/Sleep' price that will be displayed and THEN you'll also see the prices of the other options.
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Note that this train does not depart from the city's main Hamburg Hbf, it is typically scheduled to leave from Hamburg-Altona shortly before 21:20.
Between 20:05 and 20:40 ICE trains will typically arrive in Hamburg-Altona from Berlin, Frankfurt (Main), Koln, Munchen, Stuttgart and a swathe of other cities across Germany.
Final Destination: Stockholm
The other station calls include: Malmo C connect for Göteborg and Norrköping C and Linköping C
On the dates when it is available tjis train is usually scheduled to depart Hamburg Hbf just before midnight and arrive in Stockholm at 14:15; any schedule changes can be looked up here.
Typical onward connections at Hamburg Hbf:
On the dates when this train is operating; these trains connect into the train on to Stockholm:
The train should be departing nightly from early April until late September, but it's scheduled has yet to be confirmed for 2023.
The Snalltaget booking path is comparatively straightforward for a night train.
In common with how the accommodation on most European night trains is sold the price for travelling in an ordinary seat is in effect the base price to which the costs of travelling by the other options is then added.
On this train, in addition to the ordinary seats, the other options are:
The private compartments are sold at a flat rate irrespective of the occupancy, so check the prices carefully, for groups of 4 or more the private compartment can be cheaper than a separate place per person in the shared compartments.
The Snalltaget guide explains how InterRail users can make reservations, but it makes no mention for Eurail pass users.
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