How much is a sleeper train from Vancouver to Toronto?

Fares: Toronto to Vancouver one-way (or vice versa) costs start at $444 (€288) for Economy, $1,109 (€721) for Sleeper Plus and $4655 (€3029) for Prestige. Prices vary depending on whether you decide to split up the journey, or depending on the type of berth in Sleeper Plus.

How long is the train journey from Toronto to Vancouver?

approx. 84 hours
The train ride from Toronto to Vancouver is approx. 84 hours in duration and only runs 3 times each week. The general consensus on the Canadian forums is that you should fly from Toronto to Edmonton and then board the train for the ride through the Canadian Rockies.

Do trains have private bathrooms?

You’ll find roomettes in sleeper cars, or train cars that only contain sleeping accommodations. All sleeper cars have a shower room and bathroom. Additionally, some of the single-level (Viewliner) trains, your roomette will have a sink and toilet.

Do I need a passport to take a train to Canada?

Citizens of the United States need a valid U.S. passport to fly to or transit through a Canadian airport. Citizens of the United States coming to Canada by car, bus, train or boat need to carry proper identification and meet the basic requirements to enter Canada.

Can I walk across the U.S. Canada border?

Legally, there is no restriction on crossing the U.S.-Canada border on foot. While it is far more common to cross in a vehicle, no law in either the U.S. or in Canada forbids walking across the border. However, you must pass through customs.

Is there a sleeper train in Canada?

Both sleeper train routes are available all year long. Sleeper trains in Canada are equipped with special panoramic viewing cars to provide you with the best view of the scenery day or night. GoldLeaf service on the Rocky Mountaineer train connects Vancouver and the Canadian Rockies.

What are the sleeping accommodations on Via Rail’s Canadian trains?

When it comes to the sleeping accommodations on VIA Rail’s Canadian, travelers can choose from three classes: Economy, Sleeper Plus, and Prestige.

What is sleeper plus class on Via Rail?

Traveling in Sleeper Plus Class on VIA Rail’s Canadian opens you up to a whole new world of options. During the daylight hours, you can enjoy some private time in your sleeper cabin or mingle with your fellow travelers in one of the two window-clad sightseeing cars – the Skyline and the Panorama.

What is prestige class on Via Rail Canada?

Onboard the VIA Rail Canadian and Ocean trains, the main level of service is Sleeper Plus Class with comfortable private cabins. On the Canadian Route passengers can also upgrade to Prestige Class for a higher level of luxury. Enjoy a private cabin for your journey across Canada.