The night train Budapest-Bucharest ranks 9th in a top 10 of the best sleeping trains in Europe, made by the Guardian.
Keleti station in Budapest is the starting point of the train route connecting Hungary and Romania’s capitals. The Budapest trains station is noted for “its grand facade, high ceilings and sense of space and light”. ,,Those who take the train can also spend the morning taking in the views of the Carpathian Mountains as the train doesn’t reach Gara de Nord station in Bucharest until lunchtime. ”
Here are the top 10 of the best sleeper trains in Europe:
Stockholm (Sweden) -Narvik (Norway), the ticket price is 83 euros;
Milan (Italy) -Palermo (Italy), the price of a ticket is 60 euros;
Paris (France) -Rome (Italy), the price of a ticket is 30 euros;
Nice (France) -Moscow (Russia), the price of a ticket is 250 pounds;
Brussels (Belgium) -Vienna (Austria), the ticket price is 60 euros;
Madrid (Spain) – Lisbon (Portugal), the price of a ticket is 34 euros;
Zurich (Switzerland) -Hamburg (Germany), the ticket price is 60 euros;
Helsinki (Finland) -Rovaniemi (Finland), the ticket price is 48 euros;
Budapest (Hungary) -București (Romania), the price of a ticket is 45 pounds;
London (England) -Penzance (England), the price of a ticket is 50 pounds.