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Peter Pan Bus offers LOW fares starting at $14 one way between Boston, MA and New York City (Book in advance for the best available rate). Please note special fares and promotions may not apply during peak holiday travel periods. Check schedules for rates.
Boston is the oldest city in America and the capital of Massachusetts. Visitors can enjoy a day long history lesson by walking the Freedom Trail that connects multiple historic sites around the city. Faneuil Hall is a popular attraction that draws over 20 million visitors per year.
Tourists can learn about the Boston Tea Party, check out a variety of art and science museums, or enjoy a memorable ballgame at America’s most beloved ballpark – Fenway Park (the oldest and most historic ballpark in MLB).
Foodies arrive with an appetite and an array of options such as the Italian North End, fresh seafood found in the seaport, or a chance to try Boston’s take on seafood Chowdah’. Trendy restaurants, shops, and boutiques are home to Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood. Shop till you drop when you hit up Newbury Street, Prudential Center, and Copley Place.
There are many reasons why people flock to Boston. Its rich history, popular sports teams, and forward-thinking educational opportunities at area colleges/ universities such as Harvard, Boston University, Northeastern, Boston College, and more are amongst the many reasons why visitors or future residents find themselves in the city of Boston.
The city is home to many research facilities and hospitals which includes Beth Isreal Medical Center, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital Boston, Massachusetts General Hospital to name a few.
Many residents and tourists choose to take public transportation such as the “T” to get to various points in or around the city. Peter Pan Bus offers daily service and LOW fares to the Boston’s main transportation hub – Boston South Station. In addition, there is service to/from Boston Logan Airport and commuter service options to Boston Copley Square, Park Square, and the State House.
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