On the European continent, the use of the train is growing considerably with the aim of reducing carbon emissions, which is why several night routes are being created to connect several cities with each other.

This week, the European Sleeper, Good Night Train inaugurated a night rail route that will connect Brussels with Berlin; for the moment it will operate three times a week, but by 2024 it will become a night service.

Currently, the route from Brussels to Berlin leaves every Monday, Wednesday and Friday; and the route from Berlin to Brussels leaves every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday.

El trayecto cuenta con varias paradas, que son en Antwerpen Centraal, Roosendaal, Rotterdam Centraal, Den Haag HS, Amsterdam Centraal, Amersfoort Centraal, Deventer, Bad Bentheim, Berlin Hbf.

The price of the tickets depends on the type of venue they choose; the seat price is 49 euros, 79 euros for a bunk bed and 109 euros for a bunk bed with a private room.

They can add a bicycle by paying an extra 24 euros; They can also travel with pets as long as they reserve a private room.

Children 11 and under have a reduced rate and children under 4 travel free.

Tickets can be purchased directly on the European Sleeper page, Good Night Train.

It is expected that by 2024 this route will be extended to Prague via Dresden.

In addition, European Sleeper, Good Night Train is working on creating more night rail routes, such as one that will connect Amsterdam to Barcelona.

Without a doubt, train travel is an excellent idea to reduce carbon emissions and also allows travelers to discover cities at a different pace.

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