& Transport in Boston
Transportation & Reach
Boston is the major transportation hub in Massachusetts. The city hosts a
number of conventions, conferences and exhibitions. Boston is also a major
tourist destination in USA.
The city is flocked with visitors almost all year. The city has a very well
developed transit system. Subways in the city connect all major tourist
destinations of the city. The streets and highways can get heavily congested
in morning or evening rush hour. The city of Boston is well connected by all
common modes of transport.
Logan International Airport:
Logan International Airport serves as a gateway to Boston and New England.
The airport is served by all domestic American flights and other
international carriers like British Airways and Virgin Atlantic (London),
Air France (Paris), Alitalia (Milan, Rome), Lufthansa (Frankfurt, Munich),
Aer Lingus (Dublin, Shannon), Swiss (Zurich), Icelandair (Reykjavik) Iberia
(Madrid) and NWA/KLM (Amsterdam).
The Silver Line buses, free airport shuttles and taxis connect airport to
all other parts of Boston. The airport is located east of downtown Boston.
Two nearby airports serving the city of Boston are :
Boston Railway Transportation:
- Manchester-Boston Regional Airport located in Manchester also serves
the city of Boston indirectly. The city of Boston can be reached from
this airport by shuttle, commuter rails and buses.
- T.F. Green Airport located in Warwick also serves Boston's southern
A network of Amtrak trains connect Boston to New York City, Philadelphia,
Chicago and other parts of USA. The major stations of the city are the north
station, the South Station and the Back Bay Station.
Local Transportation of Boston:
The subway system in Boston is consists of four rail lines.
- Green lines
The red and Orange lines run from north to south while the blue and
green lines connect the eastern part of the city to its western part. The
lines split up further at some major stations.
Buses connect almost all parts of Boston. Boston has two
kinds of buses. The slower regular buses and the fast Express buses. The
former are expensive and have long routes.
Commuter rails are mainly to travel across the
borders of the city. The trains usually are late and are not recommended to
travel within the city of Boston. However the trains are still used by a
large number of people for commuting within the city itself.
Hotels & Accommodation
Boston in Massachusetts is a popular city in USA and is visited by millions
of travelers round the year. The city has a variety of hotels to suit
everyone's needs. The city is flooded with travelers round the year so
bookings should be made in advance.
Recommended hotels for your stay in Boston
|Hotels of Boston
||$200 and below