There are 12 ways via 5 modes from Boston to New York City - bus, train, flight, ferry or driving option. The cheapest train costs $37.
Boston to New York
BOS to NYP
BOS to LGA
Oak Bluffs to E 35th Street Ferry Terminal
BOS to EWR
Chelsea to New York
BOS to NWK
BOS to TEB
Everett to New York
Boston to Secaucus
BOS to JFK
Boston to New York City
What is the best way to travel from Boston to New York City?
There are 5 ways to travel from Boston to New York City. 4 buses, 2 trains, 4 flights, 1 ferry and 1 driving option are possible between the two areas. The bus from Boston to Secaucus is the cheapest. The flight from BOS to JFK is the fastest. The train operated by Amtrak running from BOS to NYP is the most convenient.
It's important to check each mode when booking your ticket so that you can find the best method for you. The cost of each type varies differently, so be sure to use Faretrotter to keep an eye out!
Do you recommend the bus or the train between Boston and New York City?
There are several bus companies - Peter Pan, Megabus - scheduled to run from Boston to New York City. Since there are multiple companies, this should increase your chances of finding a cheaper or discount bus ticket. One train provider, Amtrak, runs trains from Boston to New York City. Because the bus is cheapest, we recommend taking the bus.
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Boston airports, bus, and train stations
BBY Boston Back Bay Station Boston
BOS Boston South Station Boston
BOS General Edward Lawrence Logan Intl Boston
Oak Bluffs Marthas Vineyard
New York City airports, bus, and train stations
NYP New York Penn Station New York City
LGA La Guardia New York
E 35th Street Ferry Terminal Manhattan
EWR Newark Liberty Intl Newark
NWK Newark Penn Station Newark
JFK John F Kennedy Intl New York
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