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Cape Cod was once a seafarers' domain. It's still possible to get there by boat, but the train, bus, plane, and car routes make it easy to get there any way you choose.




Hyannis is Cape Cod's principal transportation center with its Hyannis Transportation Center for trains, inter-city and regional buses; its Barnstable Municipal Airport for flights to and from Boston, Nantucket Island and other points; and its Ocean Street and School Street docks for ferryboats to Nantucket.

Woods Hole, south of Falmouth, is the place to catch ferries to Martha's Vineyard Island; and Provincetown, at the northern tip of Cape Cod, has docks for ferries to Boston.


During the summer vacation season, car traffic to and on Cape Cod is often intense, with hour-long delays. Plan your driving strategy carefully, and avoid weekends if at all possible! More...


Cape Air provides service connecting Boston, Provincetown and Hyannis, and in summer from Providence RI. More...


Bus service to Cape Cod from New York City, Providence RI and Boston is convenient and fairly fast. More...


Bay State Cruise Company, 200 Seaport Blvd, Suite 75, Boston MA 02210, runs daily cruises between Boston and Provincetown in summer. More...

By Train from Boston

On summer weekends, CapeFLYER trains run from Boston's South Station along the Old Colony Commuter Rail line to Lakeville, then via Buzzards Bay to Cape Cod, terminating at Hyannis, taking about 2-1/2 hours for the journey. More...

By Train & Bus from New York City

Amtrak runs about 10 trains daily between New York City (Penn Station) and Providence RI. From Providence you can take a Bonanza bus to Hyannis, and continue to Provincetown if you wish. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan

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Plymouth & Brockton Bus, Provincetown MA

A Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Company bus in Provincetown on Cape Cod.





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