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Weekends in Northern California until September 22, 2019

Looking for a summer weekend getaway? You can now buy one full-fare ticket for weekend travel from now until September 22, 2019 aboard the Capitol Corridor and you’ll get another companion fare absolutely free. One-day advance purchase required.

To receive this discount, please select at least two ADULT passenger types and use the promotion code V429 on our booking engine.


Where Will You Go with BOGO?

This scenic 170-mile route runs from the Sierra Foothills and Sacramento, down to the San Francisco Bay and Oakland, and all the way to San Jose/Silicon Valley. Whether you want to get in some quality shopping time, enjoy the region’s fine dining options, or catch a game, the Capitol Corridor will get you there in style and comfort. Check out our route map to plan your trip.


San Francisco – Big City Charm

Through our convenient connector bus, travel to the City and tour its hilly landscapes, bustling downtown, cable cars and colorful Victorian houses. End your day at the iconic Golden Gate Bridge and take in a magical sunset.


Sacramento – Old Town and California State Railroad Museum

The California State Railroad Museum illustrates railroad history in California and the West and is one of Sacramento’s most popular tourist destinations. Afterwards, check out nearby Old Town Sacramento, and enjoy the unique old-time streets, saloons and shops.


Santa Clara – Great America and Levi’s Stadium

Enjoy spring and summertime fun at the 100-acre Great America amusement park, featuring a roller coaster and over 40 other rides and attractions.


Fairfield – Suisun Marsh

Suisun City is situated by the largest contiguous estuarine marsh in the United States. With a bicycle and sense of adventure, anyone can take the train to Suisun and explore this unique habitat.


Exciting Sports & Entertainment Destinations

Avoid traffic and parking hassles. Take Capitol Corridor to exciting sports and entertainment events in San Jose, Santa Clara, Sacramento and the Oakland Coliseum.