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The cheapest way to get from Old Saybrook to Quincy is to drive which costs $11 - $17 and takes 2h 6m.
The quickest way to get from Old Saybrook to Quincy is to drive which costs $11 - $17 and takes 2h 6m.
No, there is no direct train from Old Saybrook station to Quincy. However, there are services departing from Old Saybrook Amtrak Station and arriving at Quincy Center via South Station. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 3h 11m.
The distance between Old Saybrook and Quincy is 98 miles. The road distance is 114.8 miles.
The best way to get from Old Saybrook to Quincy without a car is to train which takes 3h 11m and costs $50 - $95.
It takes approximately 3h 11m to get from Old Saybrook to Quincy, including transfers.
Old Saybrook to Quincy train services, operated by Amtrak Northeast Regional, depart from Old Saybrook Amtrak Station.
Old Saybrook to Quincy train services, operated by Amtrak Northeast Regional, arrive at Boston South Station.
Yes, the driving distance between Old Saybrook to Quincy is 115 miles. It takes approximately 2h 6m to drive from Old Saybrook to Quincy.
There are 331+ hotels available in Quincy. Prices start at $100 USD per night.
What companies run services between Old Saybrook, CT, USA and Quincy, MA, USA?
Amtrak Northeast Regional operates a train from Old Saybrook Amtrak Station to Boston South Station every 4 hours. Tickets cost $45 - $95 and the journey takes 2h 43m.
Amtrak’s Northeast Regional train service serves the US’ busy northeast corridor from Virginia to Massachusetts; major stops include Boston, Providence, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington DC and Baltimore. Amenities include Wi-Fi, a quiet car, cafe and business-class seating, and travelling with a small dog or cat is permitted. Book at least 14 days in advance for a cheaper Saver Fare.
Train from Old Saybrook Amtrak Station to Boston South Station
- Ave. Duration
- 2h 43m
- Every 4 hours
- Estimated price
- $45 - $95
- Schedules at
- Reserved Coach Seat
- $45 - $95
- Business Class Seat
- $75 - $140
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