Night trains

Sleeper cars

Sleep through the journey

Our comfortable sleeper cars take you to the dreamland and your selected destination. You can enjoy breakfast and evening snacks in the atmospheric restaurant car. Tickets for one person in your own cabin start from EUR 69.

Purchase night train tickets
You can take your car with you on a night train. CarTrain packages include a transfer-free night train journey for 1–6 passengers and a vehicle.
Cars on trains

Tips for night train passengers

Remember these

  • Our trains have free internet, but if you want to be absolutely sure you can watch movies and series uninterrupted, download them in advance for offline viewing.

  • Cabins have one socket per each sleeping berth, plus a socket for a hair dryer or a shaver. Unfortunately, the older blue cars have no sockets. These cars can be found on trains to Kolari and seasonally operated trains.

  • Please note that some agility is required to get to the upper berth. The lower berth is always the safest option for children. On the other hand, the upper berth is an exciting sleeping place for bigger children.

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel on night trains for free when sharing a berth with another passenger. However, note that the beds are 0.75 metres wide and 2.00 metres long. Travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.

 

  • One key is in the door, and the rest of the keys can be found inside the cabin.

  • There is no need to wait in your cabin for the ticket inspection. You can, for example, visit the restaurant car.

  • Linen and towels are included in the ticket price.

  • If you are a light sleeper, bring some earplugs with you.

  • The restaurant car is closed for a few hours in the middle of the night but otherwise it offers a broad selection for passengers.

  • There is a small water bottle for each passenger in the cabin, but we recommend to take your own water bottle as well. The tap water is not drinkable.

  • If you need a safety net for a child sleeping on a berth, you can pre-order one free of charge from our customer support (tel. 0800 166 888). The net can only be installed to a lower berth, and it will be in place when you board the train. 

Accessible night trains

The sleeper cars on night trains have accessible sleeping cabins equipped with a staff call button.

More about services for disabled passengers

What type of cabin would you like?

We have cabins for various needs and situations.

Upstairs or downstairs?

  • Add luxury to your journey with an upstairs cabins which has a shower and toilet.

  • The downstairs cabins are somewhat more inexpensive, with showers and toilets along the aisles.

  • Cabins are for 1–2 or 1–3 people.

  • You can also select an adjoining downstairs cabins (2 + 2 persons), with a partition that can be opened.

  • The cabins have bunk beds.

  • Our night trains also have accessible and pet cabins.

  • At the moment, we are not selling sleeping berths in shared cabins, which means that the cabin is always used by only you and your travel companions.

Peek into a sleeper cabin

You can select a sleeper cabin for yourself or your group

Learn more about the cabins

You can book a cabin for yourself or your group without any special wishes. In addition, we have accessible cabins, pet cabins and cabins that have a shower or can be adjoined. 

All night trains have accessible sleeping cabins with a floor area of 4 m2. The cabins are located close to the car’s accessible entrance door, with an accessible toilet located immediately in the vestibule.

Night trains also have pet cabins, where pet owners can travel with their group and pets. The pet charge for a sleeping cabin is EUR 5/dog or pet carrier.

Add luxury to your journey with an upstairs cabin which has a shower and toilet.

The partition for adjoining cabins can be closed or opened according to your wishes. The cabin fits four persons.

Looking for nostalgia?

You can find the older blue sleepier cars on trains to Kolari and on seasonally operated trains. Each train has at least one blue sleeper car. These are well-suited for three-person groups, as the cabins in the single-storey sleeper cars are high and they have three-storey bunk beds. 

Remember the Midsummer­ Train?

The Midsummer Train was an amazing 13-hour direct TV and radio broadcast from a night train. The broadcast took place during the midsummer night and covered the events and passengers on a night train travelling from Helsinki to Rovaniemi.