Fly into Boston via Logan International Airport (BOS). Boston is a very walkable city, but also has an extensive public transportation system of buses, trolley cars, a boat service and subways (commonly called the “T”).
Less than 75 miles away is the popular tourist destination of Newport, Rhode Island. It’s a quick trip from Boston by bus, train or car – keep in mind that Newport’s compact size can make parking a challenge. Explore the city on foot, by bike or scooter rental, or take advantage of the public bus system (called RIPTA) – buses and trolleys are a convenient way to get around to points of interest. Boston is a gateway to other fantastic destinations like New York City (4 hours), Philadelphia (5 hours) and Washington, D.C. (7 hours).Karte Ansehen