If you are coming from the West along I-90 getting to the Boston Chinatown will be an easy task. Simply follow I-90 until you come to exit 24A. When the ramp splits up make sure to follow it to the left. Next you will turn left on to Kneeland Street. From there you have to take a right on to Washington and then a right on to Essex Street. Follow Essex down for a minute or so and you will be in the heart of Chinatown. Enjoy your stay!
When coming from northern locations there is a strong chance that you will be using I-93. Once you get on I-93 follow the highway until you reach exit 23 the Purchase Street exit. Take a left on to Purchase Street which is also John Fitzgerald Surface road. Follow this road until you come to Kneeland Street. Take a right on to Kneeland and stay on until Washington Street comes up. Turn right on to Washington, then Right on to Essex. Follow Essex down in to the center of Chinatown.
Start out your trip on Eddy Street heading toward Fulton Street. Make a right on to Westminster Street and then Union Street. Follow union until you come to US-1 then take a right on to US-1. Right after you get on to US-1 you will have to take a left to stay on the road. Now follow US-1 until you come to the exit for I-95N. Follow I-95N for just over 30 miles. After that you will be switching over to I-93 N at exit 12. Stay on 95 until you get to exit 20. Take the exit toward I-90 and then take the Chinatown exit on the left a half mile up the road. Make a left on to Kneeland Street followed by a right on to Washington. Another quick right on to Essex and you will be driving in to Chinatown.
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