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The 'Dacia' train awaits departure from Wien Hbf

EuroNight (CFR)

CFR is the national rail company of Romania and it provides the night trains on the routes between Romania and Hungary


At a Glance

Travel Pass Supplement

Rail Pass Reservation Fees

Train Specification

Attributes of the train

Has a Conductor
Time of Day


Which country these trains operate in.

Travel Passes

Travel Guide:

The services that these trains are used for include the Dacia, Ister and Muntenia services on the Bucharest ↔ Budapest route.

The compartment seats:

These are seats that face each other that can, in theory, be pulled flat to create a sort of bed.
However, to make use of this facility you need to have a spare seat opposite to yours.

The seats are grouped in rows of 3, so a total of six seats, can be arranged so that three people can lie down on one large bed (cosy).
However, this isn't guaranteed.

If too many seats are occupied then converting them into beds won't be possible.

Washing facilities are available.

Drinks and snacks are available from vending machines.

The couchettes:

A berth in a 4 berth compartments is more expensive than in a 6 berth.

Sheets and pillows are provided.

Washing facilities are available (shared with the other compartments).

Complimentary bottle of mineral water and breakfast tray provided.

The sleeping cabins:

Bed linen and slippers provided
Washing facilities* in cabin ( with soap and towels)

Complimentary - bottle of mineral water, large breakfast with a choice of items served in the cabin.

*According to the OBB (Austrian Railways) website, deluxe sleeping cabins with a shower in the cabin are an option on this train - but it doesn't provide a means for booking these online.

Rail pass reservation fees:

Seat: = €3

Berth in 6-bed couchette = €28.40
Beth in 4-bed couchette = €20

Bed in deluxe 3-bed sleeping cabin = €28
Bed in deluxe 2-bed sleeping cabin = €42
Bed in deluxe 1-bed sleeping cabin = €98

The same fees apply regardless of whether you will be travelling with a first or second class rail pass, though there are no first class seats available on this train.


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