Baltimore, MD to New York, NY
The train from Baltimore, MD to New York, NY, lasts on average . Around trains depart a day between Baltimore, MD, and New York, NY, the average price is and the lowest ticket pricing starts at around .
Amtrak, the largest passenger railroad service in the U.S., operates the train from Baltimore to New York. The good news is that all the trains connecting Baltimore and New York are direct. There are several options, but it comes down to whether you need to get there fast with the speed train Acela or take your time with a slightly slower line like the Northeast Regional or the long-distance lines passing through both cities.
- The Acela Express is a high-speed train between Washington D.C. and Boston MY; it is the fastest train in the Northeast Corridor, reaching 150 miles per hour, stopping at Willington, Philadelphia, Trenton, Metropark, and Newark before arriving in New York from Baltimore. Acela tickets are pricier due to their great speeds and comfort. Extra legroom, free Wi-Fi, and a power outlet under each seat are some of the perks you can expect on Amtrak Acela Express.
- Northeast Regional is the most popular train due to its price and frequency. It runs around 16 times a day, unlike other lines, Carolinian, Crescent, Vermonter, and Palmetto, which run only once daily. The Northeast Regional is slower, but it makes more stops along the way, making it a more convenient option for passengers who need to make connections.
The ticket prices may vary depending on how early you book, so it is recommended to book them at your earliest convenience. Children 2-12 travel at a lower fare on all Amtrak trains but the Acela Express, where they only have discounts on weekends. But the good news is that children under two always travel free on Amtrak trains between Baltimore, MD, and New York, NY.
You will board at the Baltimore Penn Station. The Neoclassical-style station is one of the oldest in the Country. It offers a good choice of activities and is close to Baltimore tourist attractions. Located only half a mile from downtown and the inner harbor, the station is also a stroll away from the vibrant and beautiful Charles North neighborhood.
In New York, you will debark at Penn Station's newest addition - Moynihan Train Hall. Located adjacent to Penn Station, the 350,000-square-foot facility is designed to offer travelers a modern and comfortable place to wait for or transfer between Amtrak and Long Island Rail Road departures. This new facility replaces the original James A. Farley Post Office Building. It features 30 retail shops and a 15,000-square-foot public square that provides access to Penn Station and subway line 7.
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