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Florida train travel info

Destinations31
Companies3
Stations416
Connections1,525
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How much does it cost to take the train to/from Florida?

Of the 31 cities in Florida with train service, the average cost of train tickets is $143.67 on the top routes. The cheapest ticket available costs $11.86 while the most expensive ticket is $460.01 at this time.

Wanderu helps you search and compare train schedules and prices for 1525 routes to Florida. Here are some of the most popular trips to Florida you can search and book on Wanderu:

trains from New York to Miami
daily trips1
price$171.35
trains from Orlando to Miami
daily trips1
price$32.95
trains from Orlando to Tampa
daily trips1
price$11.86
trains from Fort Lauderdale to Orlando
daily trips1
price$30.32
trains from Tampa to Miami
daily trips1
price$31.63
3 train companies operate trains to and from Florida. In total, the state has 31 destinations reachable by train. For train trips from out of state, Amtrak is your best bet, with trains from cities in other states. For in-state travel, Amtrak has the most coverage, with 29 routes connecting cities within Florida.

Florida Trains

Amtrak

Amtrak connects 29 cities and towns within Florida. It also has trains to Florida from 300 cities in other states.
Destinations
329
Routes
1751

Amtrak Silver Service

Amtrak Silver Service connects 17 cities and towns within Florida. It also has trains to Florida from 26 cities in other states.
Destinations
43
Routes
492

Amtrak Auto Train

Amtrak Auto Train currently does not offer scheduled train service between cities within Florida. However, it does have trains from out of state.
Destinations
1
Routes
1

train destinations in Florida