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Popular overnight train routes?

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I'm starting to plan next Spring's trip, and am wide open at this point as to what the destination will be. I like to take overnight trains between two cities because (1) I have limited travel time away from home and don't like to spend a day abroad in an airport, and (2) also feel as if I'm saving on a hotel night, however unglamorous it is.

I'm pretty familiar with the routes in my comfort zones -- Spain and Italy, but would like to hear what other popular overnight routes are, from your perspective. Like I said, my itin is wide open at this point and an awesome overnight train ride could make all the difference.

Thanks much.

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