France-Russia

Seating Options

When you’re traveling overnight, comfort is key. In the second class sleeper compartment of the Paris to Moscow route, we’ve never forgotten that. These trains have comfortable second class compartments; each made to induce a good night’s sleep (or two). These compartments have 3 beds and are made to accommodate a maximum of 3 travelers. (Please note: These compartments are not gender specific and do not need to be booked in full. So if you are one or two travelers who book a triple, you could be placed with someone of either gender.)  The compartments are private, lockable and air-conditioned, with linens provided. You’ll arrive refreshed at your destination, and enjoy a restful journey the whole way there.

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.

Meals & Concessions

When you’re on an overnight train, you rest better with a full belly. We’ve made sure this train has everything you might want. There’s a restaurant car between Belarus and Moscow where plentiful but inexpensive à la carte choices are the order of the day. Prefer even less formality? There’s always the buffet car for fast, casual service. Here you’ll find light dishes, snacks, and hot and cold beverages available for purchase.  

On Board Services

Our second class sleeping compartments are private, lockable and air-conditioned. Provided bed linens include a duvet, pillow, bath towel and one welcome kit per person. Each car has a dedicated staff of two that will help prepare your compartment for the night, as well as answer questions and provide any assistance you require.

European Trains