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Planning a Boston adventure? Start by searching for your cheap tickets to Boston’s Logan International Airport (BOS) onboard American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, United, US Airways, Southwest and others. Alternatively try flights to TF Green Airport, just one hour away but also served by Southwest Airlines.
Finding cheap airline tickets to Boston is just like anywhere else. Avoid traveling on weekends, book early and steer clear of bank holidays. What’s the best time to visit? Spring and fall without a doubt. While summers do tend to be nice and warm, they can also be rainy.
A non-stop flight to Boston from New York takes just over 1 hour.
Boston is where it all started, the United States of America that is. Think of it as the Athens of America where rich history, grand architecture and academics all come together. Boston is far from old-fashioned though, and we’ll prove it!
Freedom Trail: This 2.5 mile trail takes you past a whopping 16 historical sights beginning at Boston Common and ending at the USS Constitution. Highlights include Paul Revere’s House, the Old North Church and the old State House.
Boston Common: When the warmer weather rolls around, this place is a must. It’s the oldest public park in America and is famous for its swam boats and the world’s shortest suspension bridge. Fan of the show Cheers? You’ll find the bar nearby on Beacon Street.
Fenway Park: There’s nothing like a ball game on a warm summer’s day. Catch a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park, the oldest baseball stadium that’s still in use by the major leagues. Get your tickets early though, the team plays to a sold-out crowd every game.
Visit www.cityofboston.gov for more info.
Boston has it all when it comes to accommodation: dorm rooms to hostels, guesthouses in historic streets to swanky boutique rooms that will cost you a small fortune. When planning your tickets to Boston, book your hotel rooms at the same time to avoid disappointment.