First of all, it's pet-friendly, so this enjoyable, easy, relaxing way to get to Cape Cod is already a winner in my book.
Our summer days on the Cape are here, and the ever-popular, perfect way to avoid that stressful, headache-inducing traffic is by relaxing and letting the CapeFLYER train service get you to your Cape vacay.
For 10+ years, the CapeFLYER has connected thousands of Cape Cod vacationers between Boston and Hyannis, Massachusetts, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village, Buzzards Bay, and Bourne.
And guess what? The CapeFLYER has a Friday night departure for those of us who can't cut out of work in the middle of a Friday.
As always, those three holiday weekends that define summer: Memorial Day, 4th of July, and Labor Day, mean extra trains are running to accommodate those of us who love taking advantage of those three-day Cape Cod weekends.
So grab your furry four-legged friend and bicycle (because yes, there's a rack that holds up to 50 bikes), for this easy-peasy travel experience.
The CapeFLYER has a cafe, too, so you can enjoy anything from candy bars to lobster rolls during your travels. I mean, let's be honest, you can pack a snack or go all-in with Blonde On The Run Catering café, because you're on vacation, after all.
When you arrive in Hyannis, there are buses, taxis, and shuttles waiting for you.
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