HOW TO GET HERE
– Boston to Provincetown: 116 miles. About a two and a half hour ride.
– Providence to Provincetown: 120 miles. A two and a half hour ride.
– Hartford to Provincetown: 205 miles. Roughly a three and a half hour drive.
– New York to Provincetown: 298 miles and a five-hour drive.
Provincetown is a two and a half hour drive from both Logan Airport in Boston and T.F. Green Airport in Providence. Cape Air provides daily round trip service from Boston’s Logan International Airport. It is a quick, beautiful 20-minute flight to Provincetown. Once here, car rentals are available at the Provincetown Airport through Enterprise Car Rental 508-487- 0009. Jet Blue offers service from JFK to Hyannis with some crazy good rates. Grab a plane. Rent a car.
The Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co. offers daily round trip bus service from Boston’s South Station and the Hyannis Transportation Center with connections to many other regional bus routes throughout New England. In Hyannis, you can connect to Peter Pan Bus Line to Providence, RI and New York City.
Boston Harbor Cruises and Bay State Cruises, official sponsors of the festival, can take you from Boston to Provincetown in no time at all. On their websites you can find information on fares, departure times, and the many amenities that they provide while on board.
Provincetown is a walking town. Once here, you’ll find that you can reach most destinations on foot or bike. Other local transportation options include local taxis, pedi cabs and a shuttle bus that travels around Provincetown and other destinations on the outer Cape.
WHERE TO STAY
Provincetown offers many premier inns and resorts that are as wonderful as the town they’re nestled in, providing a home-away-from-home as you enjoy film festival films, parties, and events.