Bundle Your Trip Plans in an Amtrak Vacations Package and Save!

Sunday, December 02, 2012

Have you ever wanted to just take it easy and enjoy the American landscape? But you’re worried about what you’ll do once you’ll stop moving? Well, the way to go is Amtrak Vacations packages. You can get your rail tickets, your hotel stays, even some of your sightseeing paid for in one bundled package that would be much less than what you’d pay individually for the goods. The vacation bundles could lead you anywhere across the United States as well as beautiful Canada. The destinations are in the popular areas on the coasts, especially California and the Northeast, where Amtrak service is at its peak.


Say you want to go to Chicago. You’ll not only get your train travel paid for, but you’ll get two nights at a hotel and a free visit to Willis Tower’s skydeck for less than $300. That’s the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, folks! And still the tallest in the world if you count its antennas. Such a visit will cost as much as $30 a person by itself. And hotels in a big city like Chicago can run into the hundreds of dollars. But you get them both plus your train travel for a low price. And if tall buildings aren’t your thing, packages could also get you into one of Chicago’s award-winning plays.


And it’s not just Chicago. If you want to really be adventurous, you can get hooked up with beautiful Banff National Park in Canada or Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The train will get you part way so that you don’t have to drive, and it will get you closer than you can cheaply travel by airplane. Some of the continent’s most beautiful areas are in its most remote areas. And once you’re near, ground travel will take you right up to the park. All for much, much less than you’d pay otherwise.


Anne Perkins is a freelance writer focused on how to live large on a little living. She writes financial savings tips for the cash advance company, QuickQuid, and enjoys taking any idea and making it easier or cheaper to complete.

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