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Provincetown is located at the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 116 miles from Boston and is easily accessible by car, bus, ferry, and air.  Of course, once you are in Provincetown, you really don’t need a car. Walk or ride a bike to anywhere. But if that’s not your pleasure, there are several cab companies, pedicabs, and a subsidized shuttle bus that can take you wherever you wish to go.

By Car

Provincetown is only a 2.5 hour drive from Boston and Boston’s Logan Airport and from Providence and Providence’s T.F. Green Airport. To get directions, click on Google Map

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By Air

Take a plane from Boston’s Logan Airport via Cape Air to Provincetown. The flight is only 20 minutes but the view of Provincetown and Cape Cod is fantastic.


By Ferry

You can take a high-speed ferry from Boston to Provincetown. Ferry Service begins around Memorial Day and runs through Columbus Weekend

Bay State Cruise Line *(Boston boat & High Speed Ferry - 90 minutes) from Commonwealth Pier at the World Trade Center in Boston - 617-748-1428

Boston Harbor Cruise Line*(The \High Speed Ferry - 90 minutes) from Long Wharf in Boston - 617-227-4321, Toll-Free 877-733-9425

Plymouth to Ptown Ferry that runs between Plymouth MA, and Provincetown.

By Bus

Plymouth and Brockton buses travel regularly from Boston to Provincetown.  It's a nice way to see the South Shore and Cape Cod without having to drive.

By Train

Amtrak arrives at South Station in Boston and there are easy connectors to the Plymouth Brockton bus, the high speed ferries terminals, or Logan Airport where you can take a Cape Air flight to Provincetown.

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