Get­ting around

Timeless Travels Magazine - - AMERICA -

One of the great plea­sures of Bos­ton is that it is eas­ily walk­a­ble, its orig­i­nal nar­row streets wind­ing their way amongst the sky­scrapers. Un­for­tu­nately this also makes driv­ing a night­mare. For­tu­nately the city’s su­perb net­work of pub­lic trans­port run by the Mas­sachusetts Bay Trans­porta­tion Author­ity (MBTA) is at hand. This com­prises sub­way lines (in­clud­ing the coun­try’s old­est sub­way tun­nel), buses and fer­ries. Visi­tors plan­ning on us­ing pub­lic trans­port ex­ten­sively should pur­chase a 1-day, 7-day or monthly travel pass known as a Char­lieCard ( www.

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