There was a time, decades ago, when an overnight sleeper train between European cities was an established, exciting and easy way to travel. Most of these routes disappeared with the advent of air travel and the rise of low-cost carriers that filled the continent’s skies with cheap flights. Factor in discounted bus routes, and there was little reason to seek out a sleeper, even if you could find one.
Fast forward to 2022, and it’s heartening to see that sleeper service is returning. It’s a full-blown revival of overnight trains, but the comeback is less about the romance of the rails and more about concern over climate
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