Win a Trip to Solvang Aboard Amtrak Pacific Surfliner!

All aboard! Did you know that Amtrak provides service to Solvang?

Amtrak Pacific Surfliner offers daily service via connecting Amtrak Thruway motor coach from Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo right to the Solvang Park bus stop at 1630 Mission Drive. Now through 1/23/16, in a first-ever sweepstakes, you can enter to win a 2-night stay for 2 in Solvang.

Here’s what you’ll win in the Pacific Surfliner/Solvang Prize Package promotion . . .

Complimentary train fare for two from any Amtrak Pacific Surflner station (San Diego to San Luis Obispo) AND two nights stay at King Frederik Inn in a King guest room including continental breakfast for two. This family-owned and operated classic inn is located just steps from the Amtrak coach stop. At the Solvang Restaurant, you’ll enjoy breakfast or lunch for two of traditional Danish & American favorites including the famous aebleskiver (Danish pancake balls). You’ll savor lunch or dinner for two at the classic American-style, family-favorite restaurant CHOMP: Burgers, Fries & Shakes . At Wandering Dog Wine Bar you can select your choice of two “Wandering Dog” tastings (flights of red, white, or bubbly) plus one “Methuselah” Cheese Platter. To cruise around the village, you’ll get a one-hour bike or surrey cycle rental for two at Wheel Fun Rentals .

For your chance to win, just click on this link and scroll down to enter: www.pacificsurfliner.com

It’s so easy to stay, dine, wine taste, tour, relax and shop when you “take a vacation” from your car in Solvang by taking the Amtrak Pacific Surfliner. For more info on being car free in Solvang, click here!


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Laura is an author of 19 non-fiction books including Fun with the Family in Southern California. She has lived in the "Golden State" since 1985 and has had her own marketing consulting firm since 1989. Laura proudly serves as the Media Relations Director of Solvang Conference & Visitors Bureau and resident blogger for the Santa Ynez Valley community known as "California's Denmark."