The European Sleeper trains are a pet friendly overnight gateway between Belgium, Holland and Germany, and from 25 May 2023 a new route is available from London to Berlin. Since the Eurostar only allows Assistance Dogs, this is a purr-fect option for travelling between the UK and continental Europe with your furry friend. Cats and dogs are very welcome to travel in your private room, other types of pets are not permitted. The journey lasts sixteen hours, and, as the name suggests, the great thing about the European Sleeper trains is that it’s an overnight service, therefore you can snooze away the journey with your cat or dog, and arrive at your destination feeling refreshed!
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European Sleeper Train between London & Berlin Pet Policy
Up to two pets can join you on board, and there’s no charge for their travel, though you have to book a private sleeping compartment for the journey. If your cat or dog doesn’t cause any mess in the room, no cleaning fee is applied, however you will be charged a cleaning fee if your pet is naughty! Dogs and cats are allowed in the sleeper, couchette and seating compartment, but you must book a private sleeping compartment.
European Sleeper trains run between London and Berlin, stopping in Amsterdam en route, so this is a convenient and stress free way to travel between the UK and mainland Europe with your beloved pet.
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