The Texas Eagle is America’s Longest Train Journey

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For many people, the United States and train travel are just not synonymous. While America is often associated with car culture and a territory that is just too big to explore via train, the reality is that the Amtrak service is a vital part of America’s transportation landscape.

If you are looking to discover the United States via train travel, one of the best options that you will find is Amtrak’s Texas Eagle service, the longest passenger train service in the country.

Running between Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles, California, passengers on this train service will discover America’s heartland and some of the most fascinating landscapes that the country has to offer while riding.

65 hours long, this journey isn’t for the faint of heart. However, it is a unique experience that you won’t soon forget.

The first section of the journey goes from Chicago to San Antonio, Texas. After this, the train heads west, crossing through the southwest of the United States and its desert on the way to Los Angeles.

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Tickets on this journey range from about $200 to $300 dollars. If you want to discover America and have a truly one-of-a-kind experience, the Texas Eagle is an opportunity that you simply cannot pass up.