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Flights from Boston to San Francisco

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Departure Fri, 6 12 2019 Return Sun, 8 12 2019
BOS Boston
SFO San Francisco
return from $194
Departure Fri, 6 12 2019 Return Sun, 8 12 2019
BOS Boston
OAK Oakland, CA
return from $341
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Michelin star restaurants, chic hotels, flea markets and posh spas make up the vibrant city of San Francisco.
Local currency and cost comparison
Train
Local, one-way ticket
11%

Trains are 11% more expensive in San Francisco than in Boston.

Boston
$2.48
San Francisco
$2.75
Meal
Mid-priced restaurant
15%

The average meal is 15% more expensive in San Francisco than in Boston.

Boston
$15
San Francisco
$17.25
Taxi
Standard daytime start rate
20%

Taxis are 20% more expensive in San Francisco than in Boston.

Boston
$3
San Francisco
$3.5
Coffee
Regular cappuccino
13%

Coffee is 13% more expensive in San Francisco than in Boston.

Boston
$4.02
San Francisco
$4.56
( Boston airports
  • ? Logan International Airport (BOS)
    How far from city center: 3 miles
  • ? Lawrence (LWM)
    How far from city center: 25 miles
) San Francisco airports
  • ? San Francisco Intl Airport (SFO)
    How far from city center: 11 miles
  • ? Oakland Intl (OAK)
    How far from city center: 12 miles
  • ? Embarkader (EMB)
    How far from city center: 2 miles
L Distance: 2692 miles

Going to and from the airports

Flights from Boston

Boston is located towards the north east of the US in the state of Massachusetts. It attracts more than 20 million visitors per year. There are four commercial airports that serve regions in and around Boston. The Logan International Airport is the most widely used airport in the city. It's one of the top 20 busiest airports in the US. It handles more than 33 million passengers each year and has four terminals. Several U.S. carriers offer flights from Boston to San Francisco and other primary hubs. American Airlines, JetBlue and Delta Air Lines, carry out large operations from this particular airport.

Travelling to Boston airport

Passengers on flights from Boston to San Francisco can choose from the MBTA Commuter Rail, the intercity bus, Amtrak train service or the Red Line rapid transit rail to get to South Station. This is Boston's main transportation center. You'll find free MBTA Silver Line buses that transport you from South Station to the airport terminals. If you're using the Blue Line train, get off at Airport Station and take the free shuttle bus service to reach the airport terminal. You could also use a water taxi to reach the airport from downtown Boston. If that's not your preferred mode of transportation, hire a taxi or rent a car.

Reaching San Francisco

People visit Boston for various reasons; the city has much to offer people with varied interests. Take a walk along the beautiful Beacon Hill to see its outstanding red brick houses and tiny cobblestone streets. Whether you're traveling for business or leisure, check out the many waterfront restaurants at Harborwalk. Once you fill up on food, take a walk around one of San Francisco's attractive museums. The Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Boston Children's Museum are popular choices. Walking around museums is not enough; visit the New England Holocaust Memorial, plan a cruise or explore the nightclubs after sunset. San Franciso certainly put's on a good show.

Getting to the city center

The SFO International Airport is located 13 miles away from downtown. Passengers traveling from the airport to the city centre use the BART rapid rail, Caltrain Commuter Rail or the SamTrans Public Bus Service. Most flights to San Francisco from Boston arrive at this airport. Passengers also frequent the Oakland International Airport. BART serves passengers traveling from OAK. If you'd like to get a BART train from the SFO airport, head to the BART station at the departure level. You can buy tickets on the spot. BART trains connect you to the Caltrain rail system. There's a free AirTrain service that transports passengers to terminals, stations and car rental centers at the airport.

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