Wicked Good Guides / Boston for Visitors / Getting here

By air

The main way into and out of Boston is Logan Airport, which is serviced by numerous airlines (see list). The airport is right across Boston Harbor from downtown Boston, so unless you hit really bad traffic, you can be at your hotel within 15 minutes by cab. There is also an airport subway stop - after you get your bags, go outside for the free Massport shuttle to the subway.

Southwest Airlines offers lower-cost fares to and from T.F. Green Airport outside of Providence, RI, about a 40-minute drive from Boston, and Manchester Airport in New Hampshire, about an hour north of Boston.

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I would like to know if there are buses, trains besides cabs which go to Lasell College in Newton. Is it safe to take a cab for a teenager? How much could it cost? Thank you in advance for the information.

Sandra Grynko on March 26, 2008 10:46 AM.


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