Skip to content

Getting around in Boston

“The Charles River Esplanade of Boston, Massachusetts, is a state-owned park situated in the Back Bay area of the city, on the south bank of the Charles River Basin. ”
114local recommendations
Boat or Ferry
“Take in a whale watching cruise! Cruises are around 3 hours long and leave every hour. Special family rate available during the week. ”
31local recommendations
“11 min walk to the closest public transportation location. This is a green line stop. Walking Directions:”
29local recommendations
“Only one stop away on on the Red Line (JFK stop, exit near the traffic circle and go across it diagonally to get to Carson Beach) this is a long walkable beach with nice clean Victorian Bath houses with a good sandwich shop, you can spend the day. ”
28local recommendations
Rental Car Location
“Whole Foods has fresher produce, but I occasionally stop by Harvest to support local business. You can find gluten free things here, granola bars, drinks, etc. Check the dates on items you buy, they don't have as high of a volume as Whole Foods does.”
25local recommendations
Metro Station
“Davis Square has lots of good restaurants such as Redbones(casual BBQ), Rosebud diner and various taverns/bars. There is also an old time movie theatre and quaint tree-lined streets to meander. ”
97local recommendations
Rental Car Location
“The best place to see boston at NIGHT! TRUST ME = ) go for a walk and cross over the charles river!”
11local recommendations
“Another one. Colleges and universities in MA, are almost as plentiful as our dearly beloved Dunkin Donuts. ”
11local recommendations
“Less than 1/2 a block away is the Copley "T" stop. The "T" is Boston's subway/metro system and has bust stops directly at the entrance. This T Stop is for the Greenlines B,C,D,E both inbound and outbound.”
15local recommendations
“The "T' is easy to use, inexpensive, and reliable. Locals all take the T to anywhere in Boston or Cambridge.”
11local recommendations
Bus Station
“If you're following a map app from South Station, it'll likely have you cross the street, take the "SL4" bus here (i.e. the Dudley bus station), and then transfer to either bus 19, 23, or 28 to get to my place.”
7local recommendations
“If you like jogging, the perfect place to do that is along the river. Also great for picnics.”
4local recommendations
“This is both a place to walk around and one of the subway stops. During the warm months the farmers market is a "must do"”
6local recommendations
Bus Station
9local recommendations
“Watertown Carhouse is a bus maintenance facility and former streetcar carhouse located in the southern section of Watertown, Massachusetts, across the Charles River from Watertown Square”
7local recommendations
“From Boston Logan International Airport Terminal E, take subway Silver Line 1 (SL1) to South Station, transfer to Rebline toward Alwife, 4 stops to Kendall/MIT stop, walk 15 min to 48 Berkshire”
51local recommendations