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    Car Hire Options BostonCompare all prices from major suppliers when you book your car hire with Auto Europe. Auto Europe offers our customers 60 years of experience and the most competitive rates available.

    With a population of nearly 600,000, Boston is the largest city in New England. Originally founded in 1630 by Puritan colonists, there is plenty of historical background for visitors to explore in this busy, vibrant city. Boston played several major roles in the American Revolution, including the Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Party, and The Battle of Bunker Hill. There are plenty of opportunities to learn about these famous events in their actual settings, including the Freedom Trail, which guides visitors through 16 historical sites in a just a few hours. For Boston's high end shopping and cuisine, find your way to Newbury Street, a nice place to wander even if you don't intend to spend. From May through October, visit the SoWa Open Market in the city's South End on Sundays for a fabulous farmers' market, crafts, art and a variety of food trucks.

    For a day away, drive over to Salem, just 40 minutes from Boston. The town is known for the Salem Witch Trials, which took place in the 17th century. Pay a visit to the Corwin House, the only building that has original ties to the trials. Aside from its historical sites, Salem also has trolley tours and plenty of scenic coastlines. In the warmer months, spend some time in Cape Cod, a favourite getaway from locals from this area. Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard are the most famous towns in "The Cape", but there are many to choose from and they're all relaxed and lovely. Contact us today to book your car rental in the United States!

    Car Hire Suppliers and Depots in Boston

    Our car hire suppliers in Boston include Avis, Alamo, National and Hertz. Our supplier depots are conveniently located at the Boston Logan International Airport, as well as several locations the city centre. Explore the interactive map in the search form to find which Boston depot is convenient for you to pick up your car hire.

    Driving in Boston

    Parking and Tolls

    As with many cities, parking can be a bit difficult and expensive, costing up to US $40 per day in the city centre. Many choose to park at a train station and take the local train, known as the "T", into the city, as it's much cheaper. Please note that permit parking is common in a number of neighbourhoods, to ensure sufficient parking for residents. If you don't see a meter, check around for signs designating permit parking.

    If you're travelling outside of the city, you are likely to encounter toll roads. Tolls in the US can vary greatly, from less than $1 to upwards of $10. If possible, research your route beforehand and carry cash. Change is usually available through tellers at toll booths. Occasionally, you will need coins in various denominations for unmanned booths.

    Driving Distances

    • Boston to Logan International Airport (Boston) (5km approx. 8min)
    • Boston to Salem (40km approx. 35min)
    • Boston to Cape Cod (115km approx. 1hr 35min)
    *Rates shown are per day, based on a 7 day car rental picking up in 14 days.
     
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