For Buses from Boston to New York…and Beyond–Tap Gotobus for choices.

by admin on September 16, 2015, Bus Trips and Selection From Boston to New York Made Easy.

Bus lines to cities like Boston and NY can be pricy if you don’t know where to look. Luckily, there are many sites online that offer great deals. One great new travel website called is a great place to start. Gotobus allows you to browse through travel packages and tours to major US cities. They offer several discounts for buses along the Eastern seaboard, including service to New York City, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia. In addition, they give great New England travel tips as well as info for hotel packages near their bus stops. Their site even provides info on European tours and international travel, including several historic small towns. Their buses have wifi. Its easy to log into theBig Fish Home Page, pick up a game to pass the time. Gotobus compares bus companies like World Wide and Lucky Star, as well as major travel tours through the East Coast. If you’re planning any sort of trip, is a good place to start your search. Their site offers excellent travel tips and serves as a guide to everything from general price quotes to info on wine tours. And if you’re a New England college student, you’ll really enjoy the discount tickets on bus travel to New York City and Boston. A one-way fare for this route runs as low as $15.00 per ticket. The site also runs specials for several hotels and shows, allowing you to make the most of your trip.
Gotobus uses Lucky Star and World Wide bus lines. Lucky Star leaves from South Station in Boston and from Canal Street in NY’s Chinatown. If you have an extra hour or two before boarding in New York, be sure to stop at one of the several great Chinese restaurants by the station. World Wide Bus uses separate stops. Their line uses Penn Station in NYC and the Alewife Station in Boston. Alewife is the starting point on Boston’s “red line” subway route. World Wide might be a great choice for you if you plan on visiting Harvard, MIT, or downtown Boston. Their Alewife stop makes using Boston’s public transportation easy. Keep in mind, both lines offer access to public transport and tourist sites. Either choice would provide an excellent start to your vacation.
The bus between Boston and New York City is roughly 5 to 6 hours, depending on your driver and route. Of the two lines, World Wide is the line I recommend for comfort. Lucky Star is also a reliable line, and both offer great last minute deals through Gotobus. I strongly suggest planning your trip through Don’t let the name fool you. Even if you don’t think you’ll take a bus, Goto has several other deals. And by planning your vacation schedules through them, you’re sure to save a bundle.

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