Trains: Kind of Coaches
Trains can have one or both of the following seating arrangements:
Coach car seating
In 1st class: there usually are 2 seats on one side of the aisle and 1 on the other
In 2nd class: there usually are 2 seats on either side of the aisle
In 1st class: cabins accommodate up to 6 passengers.
In 2nd class: cabins accommodate up to 8 passengers
Seats in 1st class are usually large, with reclining backs and more space for the legs. They are more comfortable and spacious.
Dream your way to your destination - take a sleeper!
Sleepers are the ideal way to travel on night trains.
Reservations are compulsory for travel in
sleepers or couchettes.
Sleepers contain beds, with a private washstand, fresh linens and towels, and power plug for razors.
Compartments are allocated exclusively for he use of men or women, except when couples or families occupy all beds together.
Sleepers options: Single (1 bed), Double (2
Every passenger has a berth to fully recline, with a pillow, sheets and woolen blanket.
There is no distinction by sex; males and females are booked into the same compartment and are expected to sleep in their day time clothes.
Washing and toilet facilities are provided at the end of each coach.
In some night trains "sleeperettes" (reclining seats) are available. They require 2nd class ticket + sleeperette supplement.