survey, LGBTQ travelers have been craving their next great getaway, ranking domestic trips among the top activities. With over 500 Amtrak destinations throughout the country, train travel makes getting there easier than ever.
The Northeast Corridor’s Acela connects Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York City (along with Boston, New Haven, and Wilmington) with faster travel times, spacious comfortable seats, and plenty of legroom so you’ll arrive well-rested for the festivities.Travelers increasingly rely on technology for easy and flexible bookings and quick access to itineraries and points of interest.
For example, Amtrak’s mobile app enables riders to book and modify travel, board contact-free with e-ticketing, check train status and service alerts, or text in real-time with an agent.Safe, stress-free travel is the name of the game.
Of course, leaving the car (and the soaring gas prices) behind is a great first step, but having a shortlist of what’s not to be missed upon arrival will make planning a Pride getaway even more effortless.Philadelphia Pride (June 3-5), organized by the newly formed Pride Collective, has reimagined the city’s Pride celebrations through principles described as Points of Unity and built upon the historical efforts of Marsha P.