Eastern European

Seating Options

Wherever you’re going in Eastern Europe, you’ll find an extensive rail network ready to take you in complete comfort. With non-smoking and smoking options for most trains, you’ll find generous legroom and the freedom to stretch your legs in every country. Unlike airplane or car travel, your movement about the cabin is unrestricted. You can relax from station to station, never worrying about a wrong turn or a missed sign. And with so many different languages and dialects spoken throughout the region, you’ll find that incredibly helpful. The rail cars are welcoming and offer a variety of on-board services. It’s best to check with each country’s rail network to confirm its specific on-board services and amenities.

Duo Seats

Aisle and window seats next to each other with pull-down tables.

Meals & Concessions

Your catering choices traveling through Eastern Europe are as varied as the places you can visit. On most trains and major routes, you’ll find a variety of meals or snacks for purchase in a variety of ways. It could be that the train you’re on has a dining car, providing a change of scenery inside the train as well. On board, you may also find roving cabin-to-cabin refreshment services offering the chance to buy an assortment of drinks and snacks.

On Board Services

Most trains include ergonomic seats and free newspapers. If a particular service is important to you, check with each country’s rail network to confirm its specific on-board services and amenities.

Services at the station

Most major stations will offer shops, dining options, locker rentals and information centers. Smaller stations may only offer a ticket counter.

European Trains