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Travel guide Hartford–Boston
What train companies operate the route from Hartford to Boston?
This route is operated by either Amtrak’s Northeast Regional line or Amtrak’s Vermonter/Acela Express lines.
What is the schedule for the train route from Hartford to Boston?
Everyday, trains depart from 6:35 AM until 7:31 PM, with trains leaving every 1 to 4 hours. There is an extra departure at 8:11 or 8:15 PM on Friday-Sunday. The Saturday and Sunday earliest departure times vary somewhat.
What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Hartford to Boston?
Trains depart from Hartford Station and arrive at Boston’s South Station.
What distance is the train route from Hartford to Boston?
The total distance travelled is around 180 miles.
How long does it take to travel from Hartford to Boston by train?
The expected travel time is around 4 to 4.5 hours, depending on the departure time.
What are the stops on the train route from Hartford to Boston?
Intermediate stops on the Northeast Regional route include Berlin Station, Meriden Station, Wallingford Station, New Haven Station (transfer), Old Saybrook Station, New London Station, West Kingston Station, Providence Station, Westwood Station, and Back Bay Station. Intermediate stops on the Vermonter/Acela Express route include Berlin Station, Meriden Station, Wallingford Station, New Haven Station (transfer to Acela Express), Providence Station, Westwood Station, and Back Bay Station.
Why should you travel by train from Hartford to Boston?
The train between Hartford and Boston is more convenient and relaxing than traveling by car or airplane.
What is there to see and do in Boston?
In Boston, sports fans can attend a Boston Red Sox game (baseball) or the New England Patriots (football). Beer connoisseurs may enjoy one of the many craft beer breweries or local Irish pubs. Seafood restaurants are aplenty in Boston’s harbor area. The city also is home to many historical sites related to the American Revolution.