The new European capital, which the British can reach by train, is famous for beer, nightlife and contemporary art.
The British will soon be able to travel by train to one of Europe’s most fashionable cities.
Berlin, Germany’s capital, is known for its beer, 24-hour nightclubs, and politically edgy art adorning buildings and city walls.
Britons wishing to view the Brandenburg Gate, the East Side Gallery or one of the capital’s many museums or monuments have previously had to fly to the city’s international airport.
But a new sleeper train from Brussels will give Brits the chance to get to Berlin by train in just one day.
European Sleeper, a sleeper rail company, will launch a long-awaited overnight train later this year.
On the new route, passengers will board in Brussels before heading to Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
In the morning passengers will arrive in Berlin, where they will be ready and rested to explore the city.
Britons wishing to take a sleeper train bound for Berlin will be able to board a connecting train at London’s St Pancras International Airport.
In accordance with Time-outBritons can take the train at 15:04 from London Station and arrive in Brussels in time to transfer to the sleeper train.
Three trains will run between Brussels and Berlin each week, with tickets priced from €49 (£43) per person one way.
All guests will receive a free breakfast with coffee, as well as free Wi-Fi on the train.
The Good Night train will take passengers from May 25.
Tickets for the new bedroom service will go on sale on February 20 and will be available for purchase Here.
Germany is not the only European country that the British can reach via a non-flying route.
Britons can reach France, called the world’s most popular holiday destination, by train thanks to the direct Eurostar route between London and Paris.
We’ve rounded up the best UK rail travel experiences where British holidaymakers can enjoy the beautiful scenery without dusting off their passports.