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Getting around Boston

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There are 68 ways to get around Boston, Massachusetts, and 48 of the best ways are available through an app! Choose between 7 carshare, 23 taxi, 17 rideshare, 1 bikeshare, or 20 black car/limo companies. The best 3 to get from A to B in Boston are on Migo. Whether you need the closest, cheapest, or fastest ride, Migo has all of them in one app. Scroll down to see all the different transportation apps available on iTunes or GooglePlay.

Exploring Boston

Sure, you could hop on a city bus or ride a bicycle or even walk on your own two feet, but what about rideshare? That’s probably a better idea—besides, walking from the North End to Back Bay would take forever. Thank goodness the days of stressing about how you’ll get from here to there are over. Just open up Migo and start browsing all the different Boston car services we can hook you up with, like Sidecar, Car2Go, and Ridesharp. There’s even luxury car share services with Mercedes-Benz and BMW, so you can hit your intended destination feeling (and looking!) fly. No matter what vehicle or route you choose, Migo will help you get there—quick, cheap, and easy. Car shares aren’t the only act in town, though. You still have the option of hailing a taxicab and feeling like a real New Yorker no matter where you live. There’s everything from original yellow cabs to new, eco-friendly companies with fleets of green vehicles. And considering cabbies spend their days driving down every known street in town, it’s a good bet they know how to steer you clear of the tourist traps.

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Known for having better pizza than New York, this great city also boasts free summer concerts at the Boston Pops, scorpion bowls at the Hong Kong in Harvard Square, and lays claim to have the oldest restaurant in the country - Union Oyster House opened 1826. Choose from one of the providers below to help you get around Boston today.

Best Ride Share Options in Boston
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-$5.50
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Get Scoop in the App Store
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$1.28
per mile
Get Uber in the App Store
-$18.20
per hour
Get Dryver in the App Store
Best Taxi Options in Boston
--Get Arro in the App Store
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--Get FlitWays in the App Store
Best Carshare Options in Boston
-$8.00
per hour
Get Maven in the App Store
-$26.00
per day
Get Turo in the App Store
-$9.00
per hour
Get Zipcar in the App Store
Best Bike Share Options in Boston
-$5.00
per hour
Get BlueBike in the App Store
Best Black Car & Limo Options in Boston
--Get Blacklane in the App Store
Best Transit Options in Boston
-$2.25
per ride
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Best Carshare Options in Boston
-$8.00
per hour
-$26.00
per day
-$9.00
per hour
Best Bike Share Options in Boston
-$5.00
per hour
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Best Transit Options in Boston
-$2.25
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Exploring Boston

Sure, you could hop on a city bus or ride a bicycle or even walk on your own two feet, but what about rideshare? That’s probably a better idea—besides, walking from the North End to Back Bay would take forever. Thank goodness the days of stressing about how you’ll get from here to there are over. Just open up Migo and start browsing all the different Boston car services we can hook you up with, like Sidecar, Car2Go, and Ridesharp. There’s even luxury car share services with Mercedes-Benz and BMW, so you can hit your intended destination feeling (and looking!) fly. No matter what vehicle or route you choose, Migo will help you get there—quick, cheap, and easy. Car shares aren’t the only act in town, though. You still have the option of hailing a taxicab and feeling like a real New Yorker no matter where you live. There’s everything from original yellow cabs to new, eco-friendly companies with fleets of green vehicles. And considering cabbies spend their days driving down every known street in town, it’s a good bet they know how to steer you clear of the tourist traps.

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Getting to BOS

Getting from BOS

Top Neighborhoods Destinations in Boston

You’ll find just about everything in the neighborhoods of “Bean Town.” There are buildings dating back to the Revolutionary War, fashion districts that rival those of New York, and waterfront esplanades offering spectacular views of Massachusetts Bay.

Jamaica Plain

Fun fact: when developed, this neighborhood was one of the first streetcar suburbs in America. They also have a ton of Latin botanicas that sell interesting trinkets.

Go to Jamaica Plain page

Downtown Boston

Skyscrapers on every corner, along with restaurants, museums, and a building where the Founding Fathers used to drink together.

Go to Downtown Boston page

South End

South Boston is known for its large Irish American community, but it’s also the location of the Institute of Contemporary Art.

Go to South End page

North End

Boston is known for its epic seafood, but the Italian joints in the North End are un-frickin’-believable.

Go to North End page

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Top Points of Interest Destinations in Boston

Since this town has been around seemingly forever, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that its list of cool spots to visit is about as big as Fenway Park’s Green Monster. Here’s a short list of the ones we think you should check out:

Boston Common

Doesn’t an afternoon picnic in America’s oldest public park sound dandy? You might even catch a performance by the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company.

Go to Boston Common page

Freedom Trail

What’s 3 miles long, goes through downtown Boston, and passes 16 locations related to the founding of the United States? The Freedom Trail.

Go to Freedom Trail page

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

What was once a meeting hall and marketplace in 1743 is still a meeting hall and marketplace in 2017.

Go to Faneuil Hall Marketplace page

Logan International Airport

Got some time to kill and cash to burn? BOS's connected terminals makes it easy to check out all the shops in the airport.

Go to Logan International Airport page

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