DB CityNightLine (CNL) – Trains in Europe

CNL was originally a Swiss company but is currently an under Deutsche Bahn (DB) (German Federal Railways). City Nightline and DB NachtZug have merged to become DB City Night Line (CNL). DB-Nacht would no longer be in service separately.
The DB CNL has sitting cars, couchettes (cars divided into compartments; each compartment with 4 or 6 non-private sleeping berths), sleeper cars (double decker) and restaurant car.

CNL to Austria:

Some of the CityNightLine routes connecting places in Austria, along with the train names are given here –

1)  Berlin – Dessau – Jena Paradies – Wörgl – Innsbruck – Bolzano (called “Venus”)

2)  Dortmund, Germany – Cologne – Frankfurt (Main) – Innsbruck – Bolzano (called “Uranus”)

3) Dortmund, Germany – Cologne – Frankfurt (Main) – Salzburg – Zell am See – Wörgl (also called “Uranus”)

4) Dortmund, Germany – Cologne – Frankfurt (Main) – Salzburg – St. Johann im Pongau – Spittal Millstöttersee – Villach Johann im Pongau – Villach  (known as “Jupiter”)

5) Hamburg – Hanover – Kassel – Kufstein – Innsbruck – Ötztal – St. Anton am Arlberg – Bludenz Anton am Arlberg – Bludenz (called “Neptune”)

6) Hamburg – Hanover – Fulda – Salzburg – Schladming – Selzthal (called Neptune)

7)  Munich – Rosenheim – Innsbruck – Bologna – Florence – Rome (called “Lupus”)

Between Dortmund (in Germany) and Vienna (in Austria) the CNL train is called the Donau-Kurier. The stations covered by the Donau-Kurier are –

1 Dortmund Hbf
2 Bochum (No Stop)
3 Essen Hbf
4 Duisburg Hbf
5 Düsseldorf Hbf
6 Cologne Hbf
7 Bonn Hbf
8 Koblenz Hbf
9 Mainz Hbf
10 Frankfurt (Main) Hbf
11 Mannheim Hbf
12 Salzburg Hbf
13 Linz Hbf
14 St. Pölten Hbf
15 Vienna Hütteldorf
16 Vienna Westbahnhf