Sacramento to Burlingame Getaway

According to the new travel booking website Rome2Rio there are 5 different ways to get from Sacramento to burlingame. But why would you want to? Sacramento has been featured in lots of publications lately as the Washington Post told it's readers why Sacramento was special and the New York Times admired our thriving cultural scene.

Here's the reason - Next week Sacramento is scheduled to have 6 days out of 7 reaching 98 degrees or higher. During those same 7 days it will be in the mid seventies in Burlingame.

There are 5 ways to get from Sacramento to Burlingame by train, subway, bus, car or plane

Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner.

Train, BART • 3 h 25 min

Take the train from Sacramento Amtrak to Richmond Transit Station Amtrak Capitol Corridor Take the BART from Richmond to San Bruno Richmond - Daly City/Millbrae $34 - $65

Bus, line 292 bus • 3 h 50 min

Take the bus from Sacramento, Ca to San Francisco, Ca 8309 / ... Take the line 292 bus from Mission St & 1st St to California Dr & Broadway 292 $17 - $38

Bus, BART • 4 h 11 min

Take the bus from 9th St and L St to Pleasant Hill BART Station Blue Take the BART from Pleasant Hill/Contra Costa Centre to San Bruno Antioch - SFIA/Millbrae $18 - $24 Drive • 1 h 47 min

Drive from Sacramento to Burlingame 100.9 miles $9 - $15
Bus, fly • 4 h 12 min

Take the bus from Capitol Mall at 7th St. to Terminal A Fly from Sacramento (SMF) to San Francisco (SFO) SMF - SFO $74 - $195

If you're going to drive, be sure your car is in good working order. Premier Mobile Tire will come out to your place of business or home and change your tires or your oil. It's always best to be safe.

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