Chicago, Memphis & New Orleans by rail, with Bon Voyage

Whether exploring the dizzying heights of the Windy City, taking a trip around Elvis's Graceland or strolling along historic Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, this adventure has something for everyone. Music and food lovers will love this triple city train journey. Starting in the Windy City, there are simply no blues, like Chicago blues.   Based on the electric guitar and harmonica, this unique sound will only be heard authentically in the city of it's origin. Top that off with a Chicago deep dish pizza and you'll be living like a local.  
Then it's on to Memphis.  Elvis may have left the building, but his soul is still in Memphis and there's no place quite like Beale Street for Blues and BBQ.  Your journey ends in New Orleans which is pure pleasure for the senses.  The live music, Cajun and Creole cuisine mixed with some of the most genuine people you'll ever meet - it's the perfect end to a perfect holiday. 
For full details on this three-centre rail holiday with Bon Voyage click here.


Posted by: Bon Voyage Travel & Tours Ltd
Posted on: 04/10/2019

Chicago, Memphis & New Orleans by rail, with Bon Voyage

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