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Arriving in Boston

Boston is a huge city with many distinctive neighborhoods. It is a popular travel destination because of its rich history and beautiful parks and architecture. After booking your airfare to Boston, you will arrive at the Boston Logan International airport.

Boston Logan boasts award-winning restaurants, plenty of shopping, and free Wi-Fi. There are also children's play areas, art exhibits, and even spas where weary traveler off Boston flights can relax. Within in the airport there is the complimentary on-airport shuttle that will get you between terminals.

Getting Around Boston

Once you arrive on your flight to Boston, you will have multiple options for getting around. Most people choose not to drive while staying in Boston, as there tends to be a lot of traffic. Boston is generally considered a walking city, since most attractions can be visited on foot. However, there are plenty of taxi services available, and bicycle rental is also an option.

Of course another popular choice is using public transportation. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) uses a smart card system called the CharlieCard that can be used on the subway lines, bus routes, and even for a number of the water shuttles. The CharlieCard system is a relatively inexpensive way to explore Boston.

Main Attractions in Boston

There is plenty to do in Boston. Whether you are an art lover, a sports enthusiast, or a history buff, you will find something to enjoy during your stay. A multitude of gardens, scenic tours, and even brewery tours await you.

There is a museum for everyone. Those with children might enjoy the New England Aquarium, the USS Constitution Museum, or the Boston Children's Museum. Science lovers will delight in the Museum of Science or the Warren Anatomical Museum. Art lovers should be sure to check out the Museum of Fine Arts. And sports fans can't come to Boston without stopping at Fenway Park.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Boston

Now that you've saved money on you cheap flight to Boston, you should check out some of the great shopping. Newbury Street is a high-end shopping district boasting plenty of shops and restaurants. Don't miss Downtown Crossing for street vendors, souvenirs, quick food, and of course the world-famous Filene's Basement.

Boston is a port city, so it's known for great seafood. The Bull & Finch Pub inspired the popular television series Cheers, and Legal Sea Foods is known for its New England Clam Chowder. Check out the North End district for its Italian restaurants. At night, try Avalon for dancing and drinks or The Roxy in the Tremont Hotel for theme nights. You can also find comedy clubs and pubs throughout the city. However you like to spend your vacation, you'll be glad you booked a flight to Boston.

Flight stats for Boston - did you know?
  • Logan Intl Airport (Boston, MA)
    • Right now, 78 airlines operate out of Logan Intl Airport.
    • Logan Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 113 cities.
    • Every week, at least 7,453 domestic flights and 1,220 international flights depart from Logan Intl Airport.

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