European Sleeper has just announced a new overnight train route from Brussels to the Czech Republic. The train will depart from the south of Brussels three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 19:22 in Brussels and 20:01 in Antwerp. This train will pass through Berlin in the early hours of the morning, stop in Dresden two hours later, and arrive in Prague before 11 am.

Return journeys from Prague to Brussels will take place on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Elmer van Buuren, co-founder of European Sleeper, expressed his excitement about the new connection with Prague following the successful launch of the Brussels-Berlin route. The company plans to add new routes every year and is currently working on an Amsterdam-Brussels-Barcelona connection.

Austrian rail company OBB’s NightJet also offers a route from Brussels to Vienna, providing competition to Europe’s Sleeper. A recent test run was conducted to attract more passengers from Brussels and Amsterdam to Dresden and Prague. European Sleeper expects that about 40 percent of passengers will opt for this extended connection as part of their expansion plans that include introducing new routes annually with the potential for an Amsterdam-Brussels-Barcelona connection in the coming years.

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