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Truro is located near the very tip of Cape Cod, a 70 mile peninsula
off the south coast of Boston, Massachusetts in the north eastern United States.
It's very accessible via most forms of transport, Provincetown even sports its
own small airport. General travel strategy is to get to Boston or Providence,
RI (they're equidistant from Truro) and then either rent a car for the three
hour drive, take the bus line or hop over on the plane or ferry to Provincetown
(more frequent departures in season than out). where you can then rent a car
From New York: (6 hours) Interstate 95 North to Providence,
195 East towards Cape Cod, then Route 6 East.
From Boston: (3 hours) SE Expressway 93 to Route 3 to Route 6 East.
Plymouth-Brockton from Boston, Providence and New York. Bonanza
and Peter Pan can get you as far as Providence or Boston.
Amtrack has service to Boston (BOS) and Providence (PVD). No direct service
Bay State Cruise Company has a ferry starting on Memorial Day
weekend that leaves Boston from the World Trade Center as well as a new high
speed boat that does the trip in half the time to Provincetown Harbor. Rental
cars are available at Provincetown Airport for the quick drive west on Rte 6
BY AIR FROM BOS OR PVD
Cape Air leaves from Terminal A at Boston's Logan Airport (BOS)
with 30 minute direct flights to Provincetown Airport (PVC). Courtesy bus available
from all major connecting airlines
Rental cars are available
at Provincetown Airport for the quick drive west on Rte 6 to Truro