When you travel on an Amtrak train, it's about more than just getting from place to place. It's about a ride that's a more enjoyable experience than other forms of transportation. Take a look at the features an amenities that await onboard, then book a trip, relax and enjoy your journey.

Sleeping Accommodations

Most long-distance routes provide a range of private sleeping accommodations with amenities for day and night use to suit any need.

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Seating Accommodations

Compare onboard seating options and see the difference between Unreserved or Reserved Coach seats and Business Class or First Class seating.

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Baggage Info & Service

Take a look at the baggage guidelines for details on carry-on items, checked baggage and special items so you'll have everything you need for your trip.

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Onboard Dining

Find out more about the meals available on overnight trains, onboard Café services and the enhanced dining options for Acela customers.

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Personal Food & Medication

Before you begin your trip, read the guidelines for bringing personal food, beverages and medication onboard our trains.

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Bring Your Bicycle Onboard

If you'd like to ride our rails with your bike, we offer a number of different services to bring your bike onboard with you.

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Quiet Car

A welcome oasis of calm in a noisy world, the Quiet Car is available on many corridor trains so you can work or unwind in peace.

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Journey with WiFi

To help you stay connected when you travel, Amtrak WiFi is available in select trains and stations throughout the country.

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Pets on Trains

We happily welcome dogs and cats up to 20 pounds for trips of up to seven hours on most routes (some restrictions apply).

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The National

The Amtrak onboard magazine offers a panoramic window onto the culture and industry defining life along America's rails.

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