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Summer Travel to Cape Cod MA
Sample Transportation Cost Comparison
For summer travel to Cape Cod, all the options are open to you. Flying, driving, trains, buses, and ferries.
So how does each mode of transportation compare price-wise?
I did some price crunching to give you points of comparison for the different travel possibilities.
FYI: My comparisons are based on average air fares, bus fares and gas prices at the time I wrote this page. Last summer, travel costs were down a little bit. Hopefully this summer will be even better!
Philadelphia to Cape Cod
- By Air:
Philadelphia International Airport to Barnstable Municipal Airport in Hyannis (via Boston Logan Airport) = $446
- By Car:
650 miles at 20 mpg x $3.50/gal. = $115.50
- By Train:
30th Street Station to Providence RI ($114), plus bus to Hyannis Transportation Center ($50) = $164
- By Bus:
Philadelphia Greyhound Terminal to Hyannis Transportation Center = $196
London (Heathrow) to Cape Cod
- By Air Only:
London Heathrow Airport to Barnstable Municipal Airport in Hyannis (via Boston Logan Airport) = $1025
- By Air and Bus:
London Heathrow Airport to Boston Logan Airport ($820), then bus from Boston to Cape Cod ($31) = $851
- By Air and Ferry:
London Heathrow Airport to Boston Logan Airport ($820), then Cape Cod ferry from Boston to Provincetown ($79) = $899
- By Air and Rental Car:
London Heathrow Airport to Boston Logan Airport ($820), then rental car from Boston to Cape Cod (140 miles round-trip at 20 mpg x $3.50/gal = $24.50) = $844.50
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