Travel to Boston with Amtrak

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Boston... Just an Amtrak Away.

Amtrak serves three stations throughout Boston


Boston Back Bay Station (BBY) is steps from the Prudential Center and a quick walk to Copley Square and the upscale boutiques on energetic Newbury Street. Or take a walk across the Charles River into Cambridge, where MIT, Harvard and Central Square are located.


Boston North Station (BON) is located under TD Garden, home of the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins. Walk from here to attractions including the USS Constitution and Bunker Hill Monument or to savor the authentic Italian cuisine in Boston's North End. North Station is served by the Amtrak Downeaster train route only, which connects cities in New Hampshire and Maine to Boston.


Boston South Station (BOS), (pictured right) Where you can walk to many attractions, such as Chinatown, the Theater District, Children's Museum, New England Aquarium, Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall, Boston Common and Beacon Hill, or jump on the T (the Boston Subway) Red Line to tour around the city. For business travelers, Boston's Financial District is a quick walk or cab ride from Boston South Station.


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History around every corner, and so much more! Boston’s rich cultural institutions - art, music, dance, theatre and iconic museums – combined with its distinguished dining and nightlife venues, great shopping options, and championship sports teams attract millions of visitors each year. 

Boston’s diverse neighborhoods, each with its own personality, offer endless unique experiences, while the city’s proximity to all of New England’s beautiful landscapes and seaside villages make it one of the country’s most diverse and exciting locales. In Boston, MA the past and the future are in constant conversation.