For information on luggage policies, click on the country you are travelling in and then find your travel company:
SNCB - Benerail
You can carry up to two pieces of luggage, each not exceeding 32 kg each, and 158 cm (sum of length+width+height), and a carry on bag.
You can carry 2 pieces of luggage, up to 85 cm long, plus one small hand luggage. BUSINESS PREMIER: a third piece of luggage (up to 85 cm long) can be carried for free.
No restrictions, you can take as much as you can carry!
TGV - INTERCITÉS - TER - TGV Lyria
No restrictions, you can take as much as you can carry! Remember that each piece of luggage must be labeled.
ICE and IC (InterCity)
IC and Freccia - Regional Trains
None, One can take as much as one can carry! We suggest to label each piece of luggage with your name.
Allowed are 2 standard size suitcases measuring less than 160cm/ 63 inch (height + length + width), and one piece of hand luggage. Up to 2 extra pieces of luggage can be taken, this however is subject to available space on board. The fee is 40 € per piece. Each piece of luggage must be labeled with the passenger's name.
All passengers carrying valid tickets may bring along 3 pieces of luggage, which must remain under your supervision and responsibility, and in the designated areas. The sum of the dimensions of the three items may not exceed 290 cm, and the largest of the three may not exceed the following dimensions: 85 x 55 x 35 cm (height-width-depth). The total weight of the three may not exceed 25 kg.
Standard: Suitcases, hand luggage, backpacks, briefcases for laptops and similar.
For other items, please contact our customer service team or check out the Renfe luggage policies.
Passengers are permitted to take up to three items of luggage free of charge. This includes a maximum of two large items of luggage per traveller, such as a suitcase or backpack. Additional items of luggage and larger items may incur a charge. To arrange the transport of additional or larger items of luggage, the train operating company must be contacted directly.