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Airfares from Baltimore (BALTIMORE INT'L) to Boston (BOS) $77
Airfares from Chicago (CHICAGO O'HARE) to Boston (BOS) $83
Airfares from Fort Lauderdale (FT. LAUDERDALE INTL) to Boston (BOS) $107
Airfares from Myrtle Beach (MYRTLE BEACH MYRTLE AFB) to Boston (BOS) $107
Airfares from Minneapolis (MINNEAPOLIS INTL) to Boston (BOS) $108
Airfares from Atlanta (ATLANTA HARTSFIELD) to Boston (BOS) $117
Airfares from Tampa (TAMPA TAMPA) to Boston (BOS) $121
Airfares from Norfolk (NORFOLK INTL) to Boston (BOS) $133
Airfares from Pittsburgh (PITTSBURGH INTL) to Boston (BOS) $133
Airfares from Orlando (ORLANDO INT'L) to Boston (BOS) $137
Airfares from Detroit (DETROIT WAYNE CO) to Boston (BOS) $138
Airfares from Cleveland (CLEVELAND HOPKINS) to Boston (BOS) $142
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK LA GUARDIA) to Boston (BOS) $146
Airfares from West Palm Beach (WEST PALM BEACH INTL) to Boston (BOS) $146
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK KENNEDY) to Boston (BOS) $146
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON DULLES) to Boston (BOS) $146
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON NATIONAL) to Boston (BOS) $148
Airfares from Newark (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK NEWARK INL) to Boston (BOS) $150
Airfares from Philadelphia (PHILADELPHIA PA/WILM'TON INTL) to Boston (BOS) $153
Airfares from Fort Myers (FORT MYERS REGIONAL) to Boston (BOS) $155
Airfares from Richmond (RICHMOND/WMBG INTL) to Boston (BOS) $161
Airfares from Houston (HOUSTON HOBBY) to Boston (BOS) $168
Airfares from Oakland (OAKLAND INTL) to Boston (BOS) $170
Airfares from Las Vegas (LAS VEGAS MCCARRAN) to Boston (BOS) $177
Airfares from Jacksonville (JACKSONVILLE INTL) to Boston (BOS) $181
Airfares from Indianapolis (INDIANAPOLIS INTL) to Boston (BOS) $181
Airfares from Fort Worth/Dallas (DALLAS INTL) to Boston (BOS) $187
Airfares from Austin (AUSTIN BERGSTROM) to Boston (BOS) $196
Airfares from Houston (HOUSTON INTERCONT) to Boston (BOS) $199
Airfares from Toronto (TORONTO TORONTO IS) to Boston (BOS) $210
Airfares from Los Angeles (LOS ANGELES INTL) to Boston (BOS) $211
Airfares from Durham/Raleigh (RALEIGH/DURHAM INTL) to Boston (BOS) $214
Airfares from Des Moines (DES MOINES MUNICIPAL) to Boston (BOS) $221
Airfares from Toronto (TORONTO PEARSON) to Boston (BOS) $224
Airfares from Denver (Denver International Airport) to Boston (BOS) $230
Airfares from Cincinnati (CINCINNATI CIN N.KNTY) to Boston (BOS) $232
Airfares from Charlotte (CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS) to Boston (BOS) $241
Airfares from Dallas (DALLAS LOVE) to Boston (BOS) $244
Airfares from Seattle (SEATTLE/TACOMA SEA/TAC) to Boston (BOS) $256
Airfares from San Diego (SAN DIEGO LINDBERG) to Boston (BOS) $257
Airfares from Salt Lake City (SALT LAKE CITY INTL) to Boston (BOS) $270
Airfares from Phoenix (PHOENIX INTL) to Boston (BOS) $295
Airfares from San Francisco (SAN FRANCISCO INTL) to Boston (BOS) $302
Airfares from London (LONDON HEATHROW) to Boston (BOS) $319
Airfares from Miami (MIAMI INT'L) to Boston (BOS) $325
Airfares from Portland (PORTLAND INTL) to Boston (BOS) $327
Airfares from Memphis (MEMPHIS INTL) to Boston (BOS) $329
Airfares from Sacramento (SACRAMENTO METRO) to Boston (BOS) $334
Airfares from Pensacola (PENSACOLA REGIONAL) to Boston (BOS) $338
Airfares from Ontario (ONTARIO INT'L) to Boston (BOS) $352
Airfares from Tallahassee (TALLAHASSEE MUNICIPAL) to Boston (BOS) $355
Airfares from San Jose (SAN JOSE) to Boston (BOS) $363
Airfares from London (LONDON GATWICK) to Boston (BOS) $396
Airfares from London (LONDON CITY) to Boston (BOS) $425
Airfares from Santa Ana (SANTA ANA WAYNE INTL) to Boston (BOS) $452
Airfares from Saint Johns (ST. JOHNS) to Boston (BOS) $512
Airfares from Gander (GANDER MUNICIPAL) to Boston (BOS) $705
Airfares from Panama City (PANAMA CITY INTL) to Boston (BOS) $752
Airfares from Karachi (KARACHI) to Boston (BOS) $1269
Airfares from Wellington (WELLINGTON INTL) to Boston (BOS) $1536

General Facts about Boston

Boston is amongst the oldest cities in the history of the United States. It was founded by Puritan settlers in 1630. These Puritans came from England and formed a city in a place called Shawmut Peninsula. According to history, most events that happened during the American Revolution occurred in Boston. Afterwards, the city became the center of culture and education, a Port and a manufacturing hub.

Today, Boston is the capital of Massachusetts. The city is very populous with a population of 673,184 and a home of 8.2 million people if you use a combined statistics. The city of Boston has expanded a lot from what it used to be. Due to the rich history that defined her existence and excellent education and business opportunities, many people from different parts of the world visit every year.
Boston is a tourist destination for millions of people every year. According to Wikipedia, the Faneuil Hall attracts 20 million tourists annually. This number of tourists is not surprising because Boston is a city rich with historical events, sites, parks, restaurants, bars and beautiful views, etc. Apart from these outdoor attractions, Boston is one city that offers opportunities for higher education with many universities and colleges all over. There are up to 52 colleges in Boston including Harvard, MIT, and others. The entrepreneurship opportunities are awesome with up to 2000 business start-ups that are making waves in the city. When it comes to innovation, Boston is among the leading cities all over the world.

Things to do in Boston

Boston is a city that is rich in history, culture, commerce, and educational opportunities. Millions of people are presently residing in it because it has expanded from a Peninsula to where you can visit or even reside comfortably. When people hear Boston, they remember the historical sites, the delicious food, the beautiful sunset views, the parks and other attractive things that will awe you. Boston has everything you wish for and more. So as you prepare for your visit, make sure you are ready for the city because it is ready for you.

If you visit the city for the first time, you can start by going to the Faneuil Hall. The hall is near the Government Center, and it has existed since 1743 as a meeting hall and a marketplace. The Faneuil Hall is very popular, and it is called the "Cradle of Liberty" This place is where independence advocates like James Otis, Samuel Adams, and others gave speeches to encourage American independence from Britain. When you get there, you will see three other buildings called Quincy market, North Market and South Market which is beside the Faneuil Hall. These markets operate as outdoor and indoor mall and eatery, and according to the manager, 18 million visitors came to the marketplace in 2016.

After your visit to the Faneuil Hall, consider going to the "Fenway Park" This Park has existed since April 20, 1912, and it is where some record-breaking baseball events took place. The Fenway Park is very important to the people of Boston and is known as "Red Sox Nation" The Fenway contains a rich history and it is where, Ted Williams, Babe Ruth and Carl Yastrzemski all experienced great moments in the sports careers. As you walk along the Fenway baseball stadium, you will feel the magic and understand why Boston is regarded as a famous city in baseball sports.
Do you like to see those archeological discoveries of the ancient world? Then your next stop should be the Peabody Museum and Harvard Museum. Just take the public transport to "11 Divinity Avenue Cambridge." When you get these museums, you will see the totem poles, Maya sculptures and so many precious artifacts that existed in the ancient times. You will also see the 150 weapons in the "Arts of War" and "Wiyopiyata: Lakota Images of the Contested West" for Indian art.

If you are going to Boston with your children, the most entertaining place you must go is the "Children Museum" The museum is in 308 Congress Street Boston, MA 02110. You can take public transport to get there and give your children the best experience ever. This Museum has been holding exhibits families and children more than 100 years, and its focus on culture, health, science, arts, and fitness. If you want to give your children a great adventure in Boston, don't miss this place. There are several things they can do at the Children Museum. You can visit the "Art Studio" and "The Common" where they can play games. The "Japanese House" contains Japanese cultures, life, families, art, ceremonies, etc. "The Kid Power" and "New Balance Foundation Climb" They Museum also host some events and presentations which will educate and excite your young ones.

Are you a lover of sea animals, then you must visit the "New England Aquarium" at No 1 Central Wharf Boston, MA02110. Public transport can take you there as well. You will see a colony of Penguins, Sea turtles, Barracuda, Tarpon and Tropical Fishes in large numbers. You will also have a wonderful experience at some exhibits like the "Shark and Ray Touch."
A visit that didn't take you to the "Salem Witch Museum" is not complete at all. The Museum is at 191/2 Washington Square in North Salem. You can take a train from the city, stop at the Salem Station and walk the rest of the way or you can even drive. When you visit this place, you will experience the Salem village of 1962 when witches where existing and terrorizing the townspeople. You will see the "Hysteria Sites" on a map showing the first houses, gravesites, foundations, and locations where witches existed in those days.

Salem is very popular as a Halloween destination all over the country. When you visit the Museum, you will understand some of the haunting scenes you have seen in films and read in textbooks. Salem Museum offers a lot of souvenirs, crafts and some Halloween costumes which you can use to complete your witch attire. Visit Salem Museum and understand what the word "Haunted" really means.
Apart from Salem Witch, there are many other museums you can visit to experience the rich history of Boston. You can visit the "Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum" Museum of Science" and "Museum of Fine Arts."

There are so many beautiful places that you can go in Boston and experience the thrills of the city. A visit to Beacon Hills can also make your day. Beacon Hill beautiful views, colonial sidewalks where you can take good pictures. As you walk through to Acorn Street, you will be surprised of what you will see. Just hold your camera and snap awesome artistic pictures. If you want a touch of romance in your visit to Boston, then you must experience the Boston Harbor Sunset. All you need to do is to join the Sunset Cruise and witness the alluring sight.

For food lovers, the city of Boston offers a lot of delicious seafood from the coast of New England. Most of the local delicacies include cod, clam chowder, and baked beans. For your dessert, you can easily get a delicious ice cream in the city. To locate ethnic restaurants, go to neighborhoods like Chinatown, North End, Allston, etc. You can also find the "Bull & Finch Pub" in Beacon Hill. For your drinks, the city has you covered. You can find many Irish pubs in the city as well.

What's the climate like in Boston?

The climate in Boston is continental. The city experience very snowy and cold winter, wide summer with frequent thunderstorms. Precipitation frequently occurs in Boston. It occurs like snow during the winter, and in the summers, it comes as rain and Thunderstorm.

Boston experience very cold winter from December to the middle of March. The average temperature is 0 degrees Centigrade or 32 degrees Fahrenheit, and sometimes, it can get very low to 5 degrees Fahrenheit. The city also experience Blizzard which makes the cold worse.

Snowfalls in Boston are often frequent and sometimes result to snowstorms. In spring, from the middle of March to the middle of June, the weather remains unstable. Summer starts from June to the middle of August and the city experience hot and very humid weather.

Autumn start in September and end in November. This is the best season which the city experience.

When to go to Boston

If you want to visit the city, plan your trip during the autumn and the spring during the Middle of May to the Middle of June. If you miss this month, target early September to the second week of October This way, you can avoid the cold of the in the winter season and the heat of summer.

You can also visit during autumn around ending of October so that you can experience the fall foliage when the trees start losing their old leaves. The sight is always beautiful to behold.

How to get there

Boston has an airport known as "Boston Logan International Airport." It is located in the eastern part of Boston. When you get to the airport, you can use the bus, the train line or other services like Airport Limos and Airporter to get to the city. Private transportation in Boston is very expensive.

The good thing is that the international airport is close to the city so you can only spend $25 on taxi and close to $79 on others go to Boston when you land. The train is the cheapest means of getting into the city. You can buy your ticket as low as $2.50 and move around comfortably.

Other airports that can take you outside Boston include Manchester-Boston Regional Airport and the T.F green Airport. If you land in any of the two airports, your best option is to drive to Boston by car.

We don't encourage driving around the city because of the heavy traffic and parking challenges. The city rules are no joke, and the police will write tickets for any violation no matter how minor it is.