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What’s your American Dream? Whether you want to break the bank in Vegas, shop until you drop in the Big Apple, see the sights in Washington DC or explore America’s stunning natural landscapes, taking the train is an experience not to be missed.

Train Tickets – USA Amtrak Rail

Long distance trains in the US are operated by Amtrak, providing a safe and very comfortable way to explore all that America has to offer. The extensive rail network will get you virtually anywhere you want to go, for less than you think.

Planning train tickets for USA travel is easy. You can purchase separate rail tickets for each stage of your journey, or you can buy a USA Rail Pass. These are available for your choice of 15, 30 or 45 days, allowing travel through up to 8, 12 or 18 journey "segments" respectively.

Popular USA Train Routes

The California Zephyr - from Chicago to San Francisco, a journey of 2438 miles over two nights, through the spectacular scenery of the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada.

The Southwest Chief – Chicago to LA along the historic Santa Fe railroad, and through Navajo Indian country, with easy access to the Grand Canyon. 2256 miles over two nights.

What Are the Trains Like?

Amtrak trains offer 40 degree reclining seats, each with its own power point and plenty of leg room. Alternatively, splash out and book a sleeper car. View liner trains have two rows of windows, making for light and airy travel and a view for the person in the top bunk! Double-decker Superliner trains boast dedicated observation/lounge coaches. Most long-distance trains take part in the "Trails and Rails" heritage initiative, offering commentary from real guides for part of the journey, as well as heritage-related activities on board.

Criss-crossing the country by rail has to be one of the most enjoyable ways to see America. Contact us today to ask about a USA rail pass or to book your train tickets - USA adventures await!