The second class car on the City Night Line has a range of sleeping options at varied budget levels. Whether you’re papa bear, mama bear, or looking for the one that’s “just right”, they’re all here. You have choices from compartments for one to four people, to couchettes for three, four or six people, to reclining seats or second class seats. You’ll also find ways to put your hunger to rest. Most City Night Line trains (confirm at departure) have a restaurant car that has a bar and is open until midnight. There’s also a self-service buffet open until 2:00 am. Both have a wide range of foods available for purchase. So, sweet dreams? We’ve practically made it a certainty..
Please note: this seating chart is a representation of an Economy car. Your actual train may have slight variations in the number of seats, restrooms, or table placements.
A generous tilting seat with adjustable head & footrests.
Triple (T3) Compartment
Three beds in a compartment, upper-middle-lower on one wall, with a wash basin, individual reading lights, and linens. These are all-male or all-female -unless a party of 3 is traveling together.
Couchette (T6) Compartment
Six beds in a compartment, upper-middle-lower on opposite walls with individual reading lights. These are not divided by gender, but some trains do offer ladies-only options.
Quad (T4) Compartment
Four beds in a compartment, two each on opposite walls, with a wash basin, individual reading lights, and linens. These are divided by gender - meaning all-male or all-female - unless a party of 4 is traveling together.