Both regular and high-speed passenger service ferries can bring you to Provincetown from Boston (seasonally) and to Nantucket & Martha’s Vineyard, year-round.  There is limited ferry service from other locations, as well.
 

Cape Air services Hyannis and Provincetown from Boston’s Logan Airport year-round, with connecting flights to other points and ticketing/baggage agreements with most major carriers.  They also service both islands, Nantucket year-round. JetBlue recently expanded its service from NY to Hyannis seasonally.  JetBlue also services the islands.
 

In addition to the scenic and dinner trains that the Cape Cod Central Railroad has always offered (which will take you from Buzzards Bay to Hyannis and BACK on a tour), the CapeFlyer now offers service from Boston’s South Station to the Hyannis Transportation Center.

With newly expanded JetBlue service as well as a weekly train from Boston, the CapeFlyer, it may be easier to leave your own car at home and rent one here.  Island visitors are strongly urged to leave their cars on the mainland – and island auto rentals can help you explore when you get to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard.
 

Limos for bridal parties or a party bus to take 15 friends exploring while you listen to your ITunes playlist are available with reservations – or you can call one of the region’s taxi services to make parking easy and let you focus on the fun!
 

Service from Boston and from Boston’s Logan Airport to Hyannis is provided by Plymouth & Brockton Bus. Once on Cape Cod, you can travel from town to town on the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority buses and shuttles

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