The Newest Route to Cuba Trades Planes for Trains

October 21, 2015

A travel company sells Cuba by rail, while Four Seasons dials up its Wi-Fi around the world.Website Insert Perfect Answer copy

Take the train to Cuba! No, really. Vacations By Rail has announced 12-day, people-to-people cultural exchange tours in 2016, which begin with overnight rail travel aboard Amtrak’s “Silver Meteor” from New York to Miami. From there, guests cruise to and around Cuba on the Haimark ship MS Saint Laurent. Prices begin from $5,353 per person and the ports of call include Havana, Maria La Gorda, Cienfuegos, Trinidad, Santiago de Cuba, Baracoa, Alejandro de Humboldt National Park, and Holguin. (Vacations By Rail)

Virgin America, which took the top spot in our 2015 Readers’ Choice ranking of the best U.S. airlines, has more to celebrate this week with the launch of its Spotify partnership. Now passengers flying Virgin America may enjoy free streaming of Spotify’s entire catalogue of over 30 million songs, and a “curated collection” of daily NYTimes.com content onboard the airline’s new ViaSat WiFi-equipped aircraft, through March 2, 2016. (Virgin America)

Read Cynthia Drescher’s full story from Conde Nast Traveler by clicking here.

 

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