There are plenty of ways to discover Europe. It has a lot of diverse cities to offer that are definitely worth a trip. But the easiest and most ecological friendly way to reach them is by train. When being on a train you will also have more time for TonyBet.

So in the following you can read about the nicest train connections of different European cities. 

  1. Cologne – Venice

Venice has learned a thing or two from the pandemic. The formerly overcrowded city is now more sustainable.

Departure: 21h

Arrival: 12:58 p.m.

Venice is no longer as beautifully empty as it was in Lockdown, but those who follow the right paths can still find peace and contemplation. The crowds at the airport are also a thing of the past: since May, the Dutch provider Green City Trip has been traveling nonstop from Cologne to the lagoon city. Unlike other rail companies, Green City Trip does not sell individual trips, but exclusively five-day round trips. Who drives for instance Wednesday evening from Cologne to Venice, is on Sunday morning again at home. If desired, the hotel can be booked at the same time. In addition to Venice, various cities in Italy and Austria can be reached from Cologne, for example, Milan, Verona, Vienna, Bolzano, Como, Linz, Bologna, Salzburg, and Florence. From Dortmund, there are non-stop connections to Prague, and Bad Bentheim in Lower Saxony is the starting point for night trains to Copenhagen, Malmö, and Gothenburg.

  1. Munich – Budapest

Budapest is one of the new cultural centers of Europe


Departure: 23:20

Arrival: 9:19 a.m.

Six years ago, Deutsche Bahn gave up its night train business. A multimillion-dollar pit, it was said at the time from the company’s headquarters. Austrian Railways (ÖBB) bought the sleeper and couchette cars that now roll as “Nightjets” from Munich to Rome, Venice, Milan, and Amsterdam. ÖBB operates the rest of the network together with partners such as Croatian Railways, for example, to Zagreb and Rijeka, and the Hungarian state railroad MÁV, which runs daily from Munich via Salzburg, Linz, and Vienna to Budapest. Alternatively, the route is offered from Berlin via Wroclaw and Bratislava. The city on the Danube has spruced itself up for its visitors in recent years and is one of Europe’s new cultural centers. Only last year the House of Hungarian Music (Magyar Zene Háza), designed by the Japanese star architect Sou Fujimoto, was opened.

  1. Hamburg – Stockholm

Anyone who has been to Stockholm can confirm: The sky feels so close. You think you can reach out and touch it.

Anyone who has ever been to Stockholm can confirm: The sky feels so close. You feel like you can reach out and touch it.

Departure: 21:55

Arrival: 9:55 p.m.

The Swedish government is currently investing a good 40 million euros in expanding its night route network. According to the Sustainable Travel Index, this is one of the reasons why Sweden is considered the world’s most sustainable travel destination. Since September 1, the Swedish state railroad SJ has been running its new night trains from Hamburg-Altona to Stockholm, with stops in Copenhagen and Malmö. The train takes a good twelve hours to cover the 1150-kilometer route, which is served all year round, 365 days a year.