Take advantage of the fall travel season with savings on the Northeast Regional. Enjoy downtown-to-downtown service and get to the heart of the action with fares as low as $25.
Valid for Sale
Now through October 2, 2014
Valid for Travel
November 4 - 20, 2014
Fare discount will be automatically applied when qualifying travel is selected.
Be sure to book today — these special fares are only available through Thursday, October 2, 2014. You can also save by booking your return fare within the same time frame, so make your reservation and enjoy discounted fares on your fall travel aboard the Northeast Regional.
From its big-city grandeur to its charmingly quiet neighborhoods, and culturally-diverse hubs like Chinatown and Little Italy, The Big Apple is a city like no other. Experience Midtown's twinkling canyons, the hustle and bustle of Grand Central Terminal, or take the ferry to Liberty Island and see the Statue of Liberty, and then there are always the iconic views from the observation deck of Empire State Building.
One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston has something for everyone. Visit Paul Revere's House, stroll the Freedom Trail, catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, or shop for souvenirs at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Baltimore is home to world-class museums, a vibrant art and music scene, boutique hotels, a deep-rooted sports culture, and so much more. Explore for yourself the lively happenings of the Inner Harbor or the cobblestoned streets of Fells Point. Another highlight is the National Aquarium.
Rediscover America's history with a trip to the nation's capital. Visit the White House, and just next door is the National Mall where you'll find many of the country's most revered landmarks, including the Washington Monument and the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials.
The City of Brotherly Love is steeped in American history and culture. Some of the city's best attractions include the Franklin Institute, the Adventure Aquarium, the Philadelphia Zoo, and of course, dozens of heritage sites such as the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall. And while there, you have to try a famous Philly cheesesteak — a cultural experience unique to Philadelphia.