Visitors find that Boston has excellent access to air, rail, and bus connections.  Boston’s Logan International Airport features 75 domestic flights daily and international service to 53 destinations in Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and Asia, with more being added every day!  The airport is just three miles from the city and visitors can easily access the city by subway, taxi, bus or water taxi.   Amtrak Rail services two stations with service running from Washington DC through Philadelphia and New York City. There is also a train, the Amtrak Downeaster, which runs from Boston to Maine via North Station.

Boston is known as America’s Walking City, but when you can’t get around by foot, the city is easily accessible by the “T”, Boston’s public transportation system. 


Due to Boston’s unique size and geography, parking options are limited in the downtown area. Most locations offer a maximum 15-minute layover and a majority of the downtown hotels do not offer motor coach parking on site. Please refer to the below PDF’s for helpful suggestions and policies and procedures for parking while visiting our city, including designated tour bus drop-off and pick-up areas, overnight bus parking, complimentary coach parking at Assembly Row and a list of public rest room facilities.

We also suggest checking with your hotel, museum and other attractions you will be visiting to confirm parking options.

In addition, the City of Boston website features a map which drivers can use to plan a bus route through the city and detailed information regarding tour bus regulations and contact information for tour bus operators. More Information...

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