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  • Paris - Venice: 13:24
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Thello Night trains

Thello night trains. Ideal to travel from Paris to Milan, Venice and Florence.

Hop on board the Thello, the night train which travels between France and Italy. Enjoy a delicious dinner and relax in your bed to wake up afresh the next day. This popular service has carried more than 1 million people in the heart of Paris, Florence, Milan or Venice. Travelling at a speed of 180 km/h, the train will allow you to sleep cosily in a comfortable sleeper or couchette. If you have purchased a rail pass, please note that Passholder fares are not offered for Thello trains. Attendants are available at all hours on the Thello. The train attendants will handle customs procedures and wake you up before arriving at your destination.


Paris Venice 13:24 € 80
Paris Milan 10:01 € 64
Paris Verona 11:53 € 80
Venice Dijon 11:03 € 80
Milan Dijon 07:40 € 64
Dijon Verona 09:11 € 80
Paris Padua 13:07 € 80
Brescia Paris 11:57 € 110
Paris Vicenza 12:44 € 80

Booking and printing options

Booking :
  • Thello Night trains tickets are open for booking 90 days ahead.
  • Get the lowest prices by booking early and don’t wait until the last minute as cheaper seats sell the fastest.
  • Opt for off-peak trains when you have to travel short notice. They are more affordable than morning and evening trains along with those running on holiday eves, Friday and Sunday afternoon.

Printing option(s) :

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Receive your ticket directly to your address. Just take them with you and you are ready to travel. Shipping fees apply.



Seat reservation :
  • Mandatory for this train! The seat reservation is included in the price of your ticket. Please note that seats are auto-allocated by train carriers. Depending on availabilities, carriers will ensure that all passengers of a same party are seated together. Seats can be swapped only once on-board.

Experience the service

Before you board

The Thello train leaves from Paris-Gare de Lyon in France.

You don’t have to check in before travelling. However make sure that you board the train at least 2 minutes before departure. Make sure that you have a ticket which includes a reservation.

Onboard

Classes and facilities offered by Thello
First classFirst classSecond classSecond class
Carrier’s designationName of class of service as you might see on your ticket.Single sleeperDouble and Triple sleeper T34-bed Couchettes T4 6-bed Couchettes T6
Washbasin Practical to freshen up anytime during your trip.
Air conditioned carriages Makes it bliss when travelling during the summer period.
Security Lock and spy hole on the door for a maximum privacy and security.
Drink Bottles of water are available on board.
Cabin arrangement At your request, an attendant will arrange the cabin for the night.
Newspapers and magazines Grab your free international/local newspaper or magazine and enjoy the ride.
Breakfast The most important meal of the day for a memorable experience.
Wake-up service You will be woke-up about 30 to 60 minutes before the train’s arrival.


Highlights

Sleepers: your home from home!

  • Thello Night trains offer a Sleeper class with 1 to 3 berth-cabins, with gender distinctions in 2 and 3 berth-cabins, except for people who reserve together. Each cabin has a washbasin, a razor socket, a complimentary toiletry kit, and the comfort of a real bed. Attendants can set up your cabin for the night. You also benefit from a wake-up service and a coffee and croissant at the restaurant car.

Couchettes: economical and practical

  • Thello Night trains Couchettes offer 4 or 6 berth-cabins with no gender distinction. As in Sleepers, you can benefit from the help of an attendant. The wake-up service between 30 to 60 minutes before your arrival and a bottle of water in the evening are free of charge.

When you eat well, you sleep well!

  • The bar is available for a quick snack with hot and cold beverages and light sweet and savoury dishes. The Thello Night train dining car and its restaurant await you with two set menus for a genuine gourmet meal, providing a full meal served at your table. If you are travelling by sleeping car, the attendant will collect your reservation, otherwise simply come to the dining car where you will be seated on a “first come first served” basis.

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  • "Overall it was a smooth ride"

      Roger Ka Chun w. 
    Overall it was a smooth ride but the cabin is very tiny and a bit wore down.    Value for money  Convenience
  • "need travel insurance"

      Robert s.  20/11/2014
    unfortunately you can not get sick or have a trip disruption . if you are unable to use your tickets and cannot get to the staion before the travel date you lose the cost of your ticket at least with airlines you would get something back    Value for money  Convenience
  • "Interesting night"

      Marsha m.  20/10/2014
    The overnight train was a new adventure for me. It was surprisingly comfortable, and I was pleasantly surprised to have a compartment to myself. The finishes were no doubt clean, but they seemed dingy. Perhaps a refresh is in order?    Value for money  Convenience
  • "Easy way to travel"

      Roberto b.  09/10/2014
    Needs to update the fleet    Value for money  Convenience
  • "European Adventure."

      Jason r.  25/08/2014
    When it comes to traveling by train, I think you get what you paid for. The bunks were very clean and safe, the staff was knowledgeable, and the ride was on time and convenient. We would use the train again.    Value for money  Convenience
  • "Thello night train"

      Ginny h.  22/07/2014
    The sleep on the train was surprisingly comfortable! It was certainly a new experience to sleep while travelling to another different country. There was enough space in a 6 bunk coach. Our train conductor was friendly as well. Only con was the toilet was not very clean and smelt bad. And also during the night we had to switch train compartments as ours had faulty problems (aircond and all electricity items) not working. Was a mad rush to wake up suddenly to be told to move as all other passengers were rushing to their compartments. However, the conductors has allocated us new bunk beds earlier so no arguments on who gets which beds. Other than that, it was great.    Value for money  Convenience
  • "Family Trip Paris to Rome"

      William Lee k.  09/07/2014
    Our first overnight train trip. Overall the trip was exciting. The sleeping car was very basic, no frills and had limited amenities. The sleeping car seemed dated and not the cleanest.    Value for money  Convenience
  • "Professional and friendly"

      Caro b.  04/06/2014
    We were two ladies travelling together in a couchette. Arriving at the train we realised we had been booked in a couchette with a strange man. We were quite upset as we did not want to share with a man. The conductor was so friendly! she arranged another couchette for the gentleman and we two ladies had a comfortable ride. Thank you Joy for all your help.    Value for money  Convenience
  • "Too quiet"

      Frederick H k.  14/05/2014
    Continue our trip from Rome, Milano to Paris on a sleeper coach was another experience. Everything so perfect. Timing and schedule accurate to minute. Friendly ticket check before boarding the train avoiding disturb when sleeping. When train stops it was so quiet like sleeping at home. Will definetly need user friendly staff for breakfast.    Value for money  Convenience
  • "Interesting Experience"

      Frederick H k.  12/05/2014
    We traveled from Milan to Paris as a couple and on booking you are really not sure what you are going to get as it is not very specific! We got a carriage with 6 people all random - mixed male and female. I found this rather awkward as it was a Pensioner and a young man of -25 and a young lady and her friend a young guy they were about 20 or so. Fortunately all respectable folk - otherwise this could be potentially a hazardous situation for the young lady if the fellows were not very nice. I feel that the booking needs to be more specific so you can be put into compartments that you are assured to be safe! Also I would have preferred to know that this was not a very fast train, that it stopped quite a few times. How does one know which train is fast and which is slow? The toilet facility was disgusting - but through no fault of the railway - but the people that used it!  
  • "Excellent service"

      Mikhail v.  13/11/2013
    I booked a train ticked for my girlfriend to go from Dijon to Bologna and the price and the convenience was much better that with sncf.    Value for money  Convenience
  • "adverse"

       .  30/09/2013
    During overnight journey, toilet flush did not work inthe toilet. Dinner items were not adequate. And that too finished early. Self being handicapped, help with luggage was not readily available. Rest were ok    Value for money  Convenience
  • "6 bed berth"

       .  24/09/2013
    it was terrible especiall at the lowest bed portion... noisy train  
  • "Night train to Paris"

       .  23/08/2013
    I was travelling with my elderly parents and two boys. My younger one is less than two years old so need not pay for the ride and not allocated a seat. We were allocated 4 seats/couchettes in a cabin that can accomadate 6 persons. To our surprise, another 2 persons were also assigned to the cabin. In view of so many people in the cabin, the ride was not that comfortable. The couchettes is so narrow, you can hardly toss around while sleeping alone, let alone with a baby by your side. The train was quite old, making a lot of noise while travelling and kind of shaky. Last but not least, some toilet is not well-maintained, the flushing system is spoiled.  
  • " Comfortable enough for two"

      Wayne n.  04/08/2013
    We had the privilege of travelling from Venice to Paris and used the train to complete our "authentic" experience of the Italian countryside. It was summer during our trip, so the sun set late... wonderful. Thereafter, it was a little tedious and it was very lucky that we had reserved a cabin to ourselves... and that there were only two of us. The customer service officers patrolled the train to help families who were too elderly or had difficulty with the bunks (watch out for the uppermost bunk). CAUTIONS: Our main caution with the train is stairs - people who need assistance with luggage or are frail, the Parisian stations are often without lifts or escalators and in the Italian ones, you are vulnerable to the young men who look helpful but then demand 10-20 Euro for helping you with your luggage! In First class, they collect your passports so that you don't have to be woken at the border crossing. They return them! Skip the breakfast in the morning, it's pretty average fare and... you're in Paris!! Better croissants are just two hours away!!!!!! (our recommendation: try Paul). Taxi from Gare du Lyon to 6e St Germain was 20 Euro.    Value for money  Convenience
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