Find train tickets from Las Vegas to Los Angeles

Jul 7 — Jul 141
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Top tips for finding Las Vegas to Los Angeles train tickets

  • Sightseers planning a trip to Los Angeles to see Hollywood can consider a train from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. There are five daily trains for Amtrak from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, and it’s good to check schedules before travel. Plan your trip way in advance since there are only five trains a day.
  • If you are looking for entertainment on the Acela from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, you’ll be glad to know there is free Wi-Fi on the train. You can stream your favorite shows or listen to your music. In the event there are areas where you lose the Wi-Fi connection, we recommend that you download books, movies, and music to your device just in case, that way you’ll always have your digital files. For those that prefer paper forms of reading, magazines are available on the train.
  • For travelers that are visiting the Las Vegas Strip on the Amtrak from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, it’s helpful to know that the most crowded day to travel is on a Saturday. To avoid the crowds altogether, book your travel on a Tuesday, the least busy day. If you research your trip and purchase tickets early, you’ll save more on the fare. Make sure to check the train schedules daily if something unexpected changes.
  • To be an organized traveler, many carefully plan their train from Las Vegas to Los Angeles trip well in advance of the actual journey. Part of the planning is knowing when the first and last trains leave so you don’t miss them. The early train leaves Las Vegas at 8:00 am, and the last train leaves at 4:00 pm. It is wise to check the schedules as your trip approaches to make certain nothing has changed or that there is no conflict.

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10h 20mTS1-C97
10h 40mD42-C97

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