Marshall travel guide

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You're Going to Love Marshall

Marshall is a must-see destination in California, United States.

How to Get to Marshall


Although Marshall doesn’t have its own airport, you can fly to San Francisco Airport (SFO), which is located 75 km from Marshall. The shortest flight to Marshall from New Zealand departs from Auckland and takes around 12h 05m.


Amtrak is the only carrier operating train routes to Marshall. The train journey from Marshall to Los Angeles takes 0h 50m and costs around $30 for a one-way ticket. When coming by train from Santa Clara, expect to pay about $32 for a 1h 01m trip.


Another option to get to Marshall is to pick up a car hire from San Francisco, which is about 59 km from Marshall. You’ll find branches of Dollar and Thrifty, among others, in San Francisco.


Several bus lines operate bus routes to Marshall, including FlixBus, Greyhound and Bus. From San Jose, the bus ride to Marshall takes 97 km and will cost you around $17. From Fresno, the ticket costs about $92 for a journey of 475 km.

Airports near Marshall

Airlines serving Marshall

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Hiring a car in Marshall

Expect to pay $1.85 per litre in Marshall (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between $22.16 and $29.55.