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Supplement + Reservation?

by holidaytime » 14 Jun 2008 - 01:28

Most night trains need a supplement. But do we have to pay a reservation fees on top of that?!

I will be taking a CNL train from Vienna to Amsterdam. Because it is a popular service, I will probably reserve it as soon as I arrive in Europe - 4 weeks before the CNL train. The supplement cost for a seat on the train, I think, is 9Euro (from another website here).

So, when I reserve the ticket, what does it mean? Will I pay the 9euro supplement then, and have a guaranteed seat on the train and have to pay nothing more? Or would there be a reservation fees (3/4 euro) AND the supplement fees?


UPDATE - reservation information

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by SiDUDe » 14 Jun 2008 - 02:24

Your suppliment will include reservation of a seat/couchette
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by Pete » 14 Jun 2008 - 10:29

like SiDUDe said, on night-trains the supplement always include the reservation...
you are talking about this one: cnl-city-night-line-train-t3736.html

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by holidaytime » 14 Jun 2008 - 11:45

Thanks guys. The costs will be a bit lower than I thought then :)
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reservation for night train

by Quentin_motta » 18 Jun 2008 - 23:54


I'm looking for informations about night trains, reservations and supplemants.
I found a night train called "allegro tosca" between Roma termini and Vienna.
But I can't find informations about the cost of the reservation and the cost of the supplemant with an interrail pass. I don't know where I have to reserve a ticket.
I went in a train station in France, they were not able to help me... I can buy a ticket for this train (130€) but they can't apply the interrail option.

What can I do ??...

Thanks for your help
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by Pete » 19 Jun 2008 - 10:19


you are talking about the ALLEGRO (EN 235)...
Vienna to Roma/Firenze with stop in Bologna.

all prices are one-way, per person and for 2nd and 1st class

single sleeper bed
Rail pass fare: EUR 105
Standard fare: EUR 200

single sleeper bed with private shower and WC
with IR (only 1st class): EUR 125
no IR (only 1st class): EUR 220

bed in a double sleeper
Rail pass fare: EUR 75
Standard fare: EUR 160

bed in a double sleeper with private shower and WC
Rail pass fare: EUR 85
Standard fare: EUR 180

bed in a triple (T3) sleeper
Rail pass fare: EUR 45
Standard fare: EUR 140

couchette (4-bed compartment)
Rail pass fare: EUR 35
Standard fare: EUR 120

couchette (6-bed compartment)
Rail pass fare: EUR 25
Standard fare: EUR 110

seats only 2nd class)
EUR 90

try to book it via ... if this is not possible, go to an other railway station... the best to do it is in Italy, Austria or also Germany! :)
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