Traveling by train can give you a new perspective on places you’ve already been, or a unique look at places you’ve never been before. Whether you’re traveling by train, air, or bus, it’s important to take the necessary steps in order to protect yourself on-the-go. Once you’re ready to hit the road, or rails, in this case, here are some of the best train routes in the USA. Want even more ideas? Check out National Geographic’s itineraries.   The West Coast Starting in Los Angeles, you can take trains all the way up the coast. Stop and spend some days in San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge and park, the famous bookstore, and City Lights, where Allen Ginsberg and Bob Dylan spent their youth, are worth some time—not to mention the waterfront, Alcatraz, and the many museums and art galleries. Leave San Francisco behind and make your way north to Portland, Oregon. The beer connoisseur will find an abundance of micro brews and hip pubs and taverns. Visit Powell’s Books, the largest new and used bookstore in the world. Portland is a welcoming city with a thriving nightlife. Next stop Seattle: This city plays host to a passionate sports fan...

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