Columbus Day Bus & Train Deals

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Best Cities to Celebrate Columbus Day 2016!

New York

If you’re visiting or celebrating Columbus Day in NYC, don’t miss the parade on Fifth Avenue, the world’s largest celebration of Italian-American culture! View Deals >

Washington, DC

Washington, DC hosts the Taste of DC on Columbus Day weekend, a two-day festival on Pennsylvania Avenue with more than 60 restaurants participating. View Deals >

Seattle

Seattle is one of the U.S. cities that now observes Indigenous People’s Day rather than Columbus Day, celebrating the cultural contributions of Native Americans. View Deals >

Burlington

Columbus Day weekend is one of the most popular weekends in Burlington because it is a peak time for seeing the incredible colors of Vermont’s foliage. View Deals >

Chicago

Chicago’s Columbus Day parade is world-famous, having continued for well over 60 years and including over 150 bands, floats and marchers. View Deals >

Boston

Visit Boston for Columbus Day and enjoy the parade in the North End or East Boston, which includes Colonial militias, Duck Boat floats and more. View Deals >

Providence

The Annual Parade, which has been occurring for 25 years on Federal Hill, is a perfect, family-friendly way to celebrate in Providence this Columbus Day weekend. View Deals >

Denver

Denver recently changed Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day, so you can celebrate Native American history for the second year in a row. View Deals >

Lake Placid

From the Flaming Leaves Festival to horseshoe tournaments and live blues music, Lake Placid is a lively spot for enjoying the foliage on Columbus Day weekend! View Deals >

Columbus Day Bus & Train Travel Deals!

Originally organized to celebrate the landing of Christopher Columbus in the New World on October 12, 1492, Columbus Day has become an annual national holiday for the celebration of autumn! IN some cities, like Denver and Seattle, Columbus Day has transitioned to become Indigenous People’s Day, celebrating Native American culture with festivals and parades. Whether you’re traveling far or near this Columbus Day, Wanderu has great deals on bus and train tickets to your favorite destinations!

Our Columbus Day travel deals will help you find the perfect fall weekend getaway without breaking your budget. In many areas of the United States, Columbus Day is the perfect time to celebrate to cooler weather and visit regions where the leaves are beginning to change colors… or go somewhere unexpected. Because of the outdoor activities that go hand in hand with this holiday, many travelers will skip the major cities to revel in the colorful autumn foliage.

At Wanderu, we’ll help you celebrate the start of autumn with the best prices on bus and train tickets to get you to your Columbus Day festivities!

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