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Sleeper cars

Sleep through the journey

Our comfortable sleeper cars take you to dreamland and your selected destination. You can enjoy breakfast and evening snacks in the atmospheric restaurant car. Own cabin starting from only EUR 49, cabins with shower starting from EUR 69.

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

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 cabin 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.
  • We are not selling single sleeping berths in shared cabins, which means the cabin is always used by only you and your travel companions. The price is cabin-specific and not dependent on the number of passengers.

Cabin information

The cabin is always reserved for you or your group, we do not sell individual sleeping berths in cabins.

The upstairs sleeper cabins are like hotel rooms travelling on rails. The cabins are suitable for 1–2 persons, they have two beds and an en-suite toilet and shower. 

  • Bunk bed (sleeps two), size 200 x 75 cm, with blankets, pillows and bedlinen.
  • Bath towels for two.
  • Socket for charging batteries, plus a socket for a hairdryer/shaver. 
  • Free Wi-Fi.
  • The size of the cabin is 4.2 m² and the door is 55 cm wide.
  • There is storage space for baggage in the cabin (maximum measurements of baggage that can be stored in a cabin are 56 x 50 x 190 cm) and in the train’s baggage car. The conductor will help you take your baggage to the baggage car. Read more about baggage
  • Air conditioning, temperature controller and blackout curtains make travelling pleasant.
  • Berth-specific keycards, with one of the keys waiting for you in the cabin door. 
  • Full-length mirror and a countertop.
  • Please note that you must bring your own drinking water with you, because the train water is not drinkable and should not be used for brushing your teeth.

For families with children: 

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel on night trains for free when sharing a berth with another passenger. However, travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.
  • The cabin usually fits a children’s travel bed, the floor area is at least 75 cm wide. However, in a room with an en-suite shower, the bathroom door cannot open if there is a travel bed in the way. The lower-level cabins can fit a travel bed better. 
  • On the lower-level there is a toilet with child care facilities and a potty.
  • 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. The net can only be installed on a lower berth, and it will be already in place when you board the train.
  • Prams can be taken to the cabin or the baggage car.
  • You can bring children’s food to the restaurant car to be heated.

The lower-level cabins are a little bit less expensive option than the upstairs cabins. The cabins have two comfortable beds and a sink, the toilet and shower are located in the corridor.

  • Bunk bed (sleeps two), size 200 x 75 cm, with blankets, pillows and bedlinen.
  • A face towel and a sink.
  • Two sockets and free Wi-Fi.
  • The size of the cabin is 3.3 m² and the door is 55 cm wide.
  • There is storage space for baggage in the cabin (maximum measurements of baggage that can be stored in a cabin are 56 x 50 x 190 cm) and in the train’s baggage car. The conductor will help you take your baggage to the baggage car. Read more about baggage
  • Air conditioning, temperature controller and blackout curtains make travelling pleasant.
  • Berth-specific keycards, with one of the keys waiting for you in the cabin door. The separate keycard for the shower located in the corridor can be found in the cabin.
  • Please note that you must bring your own water with you, because the train water is not drinkable and should not be used for brushing teeth.

For families with children: 

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel on night trains for free when sharing a berth with another passenger. However, travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.
  • The cabin usually fits a children’s travel bed, the floor area is at least 75 cm wide. 
  • On the lower-level there is a toilet with child care facilities and a potty.
  • 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. The net can only be installed on a lower berth, and it will be already in place when you board the train.
  • Prams can be taken to the cabin or the baggage car.
  • You can bring children’s food to the restaurant car to be heated.

Cabins for special needs

You can also reserve an accessible cabin or a pet-friendly cabin.

The accessible sleeper cabins are suitable for one to two people and are located right next to the entrance door. An accessible sleeper cabin provides a comfortable way to travel and the cabin has two beds. 

  • The cabin has an SOS button, support rails, a wheelchair-anchoring point, a socket and an automated cabin door (width 93.8 cm).
  • Bunk bed (sleeps two), size 200 x 75 cm, with blankets, pillows and bedlinen.
  • A face towel and a sink.
  • Two sockets and free Wi-Fi.
  • The cabin is a comfortable option for travelling with a personal assistant and a guide dog, an assistance dog or a hearing dog. Further information about the personal assistant’s ticket
  • The accessible toilet is located opposite the cabin. 
  • Medical ventilators and CPAP devices should be connected to a power supply always via a battery because the power output of sockets is not uninterrupted.
  • There is storage space for baggage in the cabin (maximum measurements of baggage that can be stored in a cabin are 56 x 50 x 190 cm) and in the train’s baggage car. The conductor will help you take your baggage to the baggage car. Read more about baggage
  • Air conditioning, temperature controller and blackout curtains make travelling pleasant.
  • Berth-specific keycard, with one of the keys waiting for you in the cabin door. 
  • The size of the cabin is 4 m².
  • Unfortunately, the train does not have an accessible shower.
  • Please note that you must bring your own water with you, because the train water is not drinkable and should not be used for brushing teeth.

For families with children: 

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel on night trains for free when sharing a berth with another passenger. However, travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.
  • The cabin usually fits a children’s travel bed, the floor area is at least 75 cm wide. 
  • On the lower-level there is a toilet with child care facilities and a potty.
  • 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. The net can only be installed on a lower berth, and it will be already in place when you board the train.
  • Prams can be taken to the cabin or the baggage car.
  • You can bring children’s food to the restaurant car to be heated.

Would you like to travel together with your pet? The pet-friendly cabin is a comfortable option for two people and a pet. At maximum, you can bring two dogs or two pet carriers with you, the price is EUR 5 for each dog or pet carrier. This sleeper cabin has two beds. The shower and toilet are located in the corridor. Read more about travelling with pets 

  • Bunk bed (sleeps two), size 200 x 75 cm.
  • Bedlinen for two people.
  • Two sockets for charging batteries and free Wi-Fi.
  • A sink and a face towel. 
  • The size of the cabin is 3.3 m² and the door is 55 cm wide.
  • Travelling is pleasant, thanks to the blackout curtains and temperature controller.
  • Berth-specific keycards, with one of the keys waiting for you in the cabin door. The separate keycard for the shower located in the corridor can be found in the cabin.
  • There is storage space for baggage in the cabin (maximum measurements of baggage that can be stored in a cabin are 56 x 50 x 190 cm) and in the train’s baggage car. The conductor will help you take your baggage to the baggage car. Read more about baggage
  • The water on the train is not drinkable, please bring with you enough water for yourself and your pet. We offer a water bottle and a towel for pets travelling in sleeper cabins.
  • During the longer stops, you can walk your dog outside. Ask the conductor for more information about the stops right at the start of the journey.
  • Please note that you may not leave your pet in your car on a car-carrier. Pets always travel in the cabins with their owners.

For families with children: 

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel for free on night trains when sharing a berth with another passenger. However, travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.
  • The cabin usually fits a children’s travel bed, the floor area is at least 75 cm wide. 
  • On the lower-level there is a toilet with child care facilities and a potty.
  • 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. The net can only be installed on a lower berth, and it will be already in place when you board the train.
  • Prams can be taken to the cabin or the baggage car.
  • You can bring children’s food to the restaurant car to be heated. 

The connectable sleeper cabin is an excellent choice for four people. A connectable sleeper cabin has two two-person cabins, separated by a partition wall that can be closed and opened easily. The toilet and shower are located in the corridor. 

  • Both sleeper cabins have bunk beds (sleeps two), size 200 x 75 cm, with blankets, pillows and bedlinen.
  • Two face towels and sinks.
  • Four sockets and free Wi-Fi.
  • The combined size of the cabins is 6.6m² and the door is 55cm wide.
  • There is storage space for baggage in the cabin (maximum measurements of baggage that can be stored in a cabin for two are 56 x 50 x 190 cm) and in the train’s baggage car. The conductor will help you take your baggage to the baggage car. Read more about baggage 
  • Air conditioning, temperature controller and blackout curtains make travelling pleasant.
  • Berth-specific keycards, with one of the keys waiting for you in the cabin door. The separate keycard for the shower located in the corridor can be found in the cabin.
  • Please note that you must bring your own water with you, because the train water is not drinkable and should not be used for brushing teeth.

For families with children: 

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel on night trains for free when sharing a berth with another passenger. However, travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.
  • The cabin fits a children’s travel bed. 
  • On the lower-level there is a toilet with child care facilities and a potty.
  • 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. The net can only be installed on a lower berth, and it will be already in place when you board the train.
  • Prams can be taken to the cabin or the baggage car.
  • You can bring children’s food to the restaurant car to be heated. 

Cabins in old cars

These cabins are available on the express trains (P trains) during high season

This older, atmospheric cabin can be found on our express trains (P train). The cabin has sleeping berths for three, and more storage space for baggage than the cabins on the new cars. The toilet is located in the corridor. 

  • Triple bunk bed (sleeps three), size 190 x 84 cm, with bedlinen, blankets, pillows and a reading light, and the window has blackout curtains.
  • One socket for shaving.
  • A sink and a face towel.
  • Berth-specific keycard, with one of the keys waiting for you in the cabin door.
  • The size of the cabin is 3.3 m², the floor area is 75 cm x 150 cm, and the door is 60 cm wide.
  • You can store your baggage in the cabin or in the train’s baggage car. Read more about taking baggage on trains
  • Please note that you must bring your own water with you, because the train water is not drinkable and should not be used for brushing teeth.
  • Unfortunately, the cabins of the old cars do not have air conditioning.

For families with children: 

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel on night trains for free when sharing a berth with another passenger. However, travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.
  • The cabin usually fits a children’s travel bed. 
  • The potty is located in the car’s larger toilet (next to seats 1–3)
  • 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. The net can only be installed on a lower berth, and it will be already in place when you board the train. 
  • Prams can be taken to the cabin or the baggage car.
  • You can bring children’s food to the restaurant car to be heated. 

You can travel with your pet in a sleeper cabin. This can be found on the P train, an express train used during high season, and it has sleeping berths for two to three people and space for a pet. At maximum, you can bring two dogs or two pet carriers with you, the price is EUR 5 for each dog or pet carrier. Read more about travelling with pets

  • Bunk bed for 2-3 persons, size 190 x 84 cm, with bedlinen, blankets, pillows and a reading light, and the window has blackout curtains.
  • One socket for shaving.
  • A sink and a face towel.
  • Berth-specific keycard, with one of the keys waiting for you in the cabin door.
  • The size of the cabin is 3.3 m², the floor area is 75 cm x 150 cm, and the door is 60 cm wide.
  • You can store your baggage in the cabin or in the train’s baggage car. Read more about taking baggage on trains
  • The water on the train is not drinkable, please bring with you enough water for yourself and your pet. We offer a water bottle and a towel for pets travelling in sleeper cabins.
  • Unfortunately, the cabins of the old cars do not have air conditioning.
  • During the longer stops, you can go outside with your dog. Ask the conductor for more information about the stops right at the start of the journey.
  • Please note that you may not leave your pet in your car on a car-carrier. Pets always travel in the cabins with their owners.

For families with children: 

  • Children between the ages of 0 and 10 travel on night trains for free when sharing a berth with another passenger. Travelling will be more comfortable when you book separate beds for bigger children.
  • The cabin usually fits a children’s travel bed. 
  • The potty is located in the car’s larger toilet (next to seats 1–3)
  • 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. The net can only be installed on a lower berth, and it will be already in place when you board the train. 
  • Prams can be taken to the cabin or the baggage car.
  • You can bring children’s food to the restaurant car to be heated. 

List of tips for the night train

We have compiled a list of practical tips for a night train journey, containing the best tips for an easy journey.

Read our tips for the night train

Accessible sleeper cabin

All of our night trains are accessible. Accessible sleeper cabins are located right next to the entrance while accessible toilets can be found right outside the cabins on the corridor.

More information about accessibility

Peek into a sleeper cabin

You can select a sleeper cabin for yourself or your group

Looking for nostalgia?

There is at least one older blue sleeper car in all trains to Kolari and in the additional trains during the ski season with older rolling stock. These cars are well-suited for three-person groups, as the compartments in the single-storey sleeping-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.