The Washington D.C. area has many options for train travel. Ten Amtrak routes stop at the Washington D.C. Union Station, plus you can connect with Northest Regional trains and destinations at the New Carrollton, Alexandria and Burke Centre Amtrak stations in the suburbs. To explore your options, here are the best day trips you can … Continue reading Best Amtrak day trips from Washington D.C.
Atlanta was once a major passenger train hub, but today there is only one Amtrak route that travels to and from the city, the Crescent. It's a long-distance train that travels between New Orleans and New York City, so there are a variety of places you can visit. Here the best rail trips you can … Continue reading Best Amtrak trips from Atlanta
A train trip from Indiana to Florida is doable, but not easy or short. In previous decades, the South Wind (1940-1971) and Floridan (1971-1979) passenger trains provided direct service, but today you must ride more than one Amtrak train to get to the Sunshine State. Note that if you are willing to rent a car … Continue reading Trains from Indiana to Florida
Chicago is one of the best cities for train travel. Sixteen Amtrak routes arrive and depart from Chicago Union Station, so there are many options for day, weekend or multiple-day getaways. Here are some of the best trip options listed in order of travel time so you can start planning your rail adventure. Destinations were … Continue reading Best Amtrak trips from Chicago