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It won’t always be glamorous. It won’t always be comfortable. But you can fulfill your travel dreams without a car of your own. If giving up a little control of the commute means that you get to explore places you’ve never been before, experience faraway destinations, and complete your bucket list, then count us in.
Traveling cross-country without a car is doable. There are many ways to do it; it just takes some planning and flexibility. Here are seven ways to travel cross-country without a car of your own.
Taking the train isn’t an original concept, but we mention it here because it works, plain and simple. In 2015, over 30 million people traveled via Amtrak, the United States’ only high-speed intercity passenger rail operator.
The 300-plus train system has 500 destinations through 46 states and three Canadian provinces. Riding the Amtrak gives your a firsthand look into American life. You’ll pass through small towns, major metropolises, and all nature offers in between (think red rock canyons, dense forests, and great plains).
Traveling by train can be time-consuming, but with efficient planning and a concrete schedule, travelers definitely make it work. And you can bring a good amount of baggage — although we recommend traveling cross-country on the lighter side — as Amtrak has one of the largest allowances in the travel industry for free baggage, both carry-on and checked. You can plan your itinerary using Amtrak’s handy map here.

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