One of the most historic cities in the US, Boston is home to a rich cultural heritage, a vibrant food scene and some of the biggest sports teams in the country. Travel to this iconic city to discover its unique history for yourself.
Unless you’re a fan of freezing temperatures, snow and ice, June to October is the best time to book your flights to Boston.
Summers in Boston are long and warm with the average daytime temperature hovering around a very pleasant 26˚C. Tourist attractions can be busy at this popular time of year and flights to the city are often a little more expensive, however, if you know where to look, finding cheap summer flights shouldn’t be a problem.
The winter months can be seriously chilly in Boston and travelling to the city between November and March is not for the faint hearted. Having said that, if you do brave the weather you’ll find very few other tourists in the city, even at Boston’s most famous sites.
Whenever you visit, finding cheap flights to Boston is essential if you’re going to make the most of your holiday budget.
Make the most of your search with Expedia by checking out the ‘Advanced Options’ to look for refundable flights or if you have a preferred airline or class. Expedia will then trawl through a huge range of available options to find the flights that suit you best.
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When you touch down at Boston Logan International, you’ll find it very easy to continue your journey using the city’s public transport system. The airport is served by the MBTA Blue and Silver lines, regional bus networks, taxis, car rental companies and even ferries.
Boston is served by a good choice of airlines including:
Thanks to its extensive public transport network, getting around Boston is easy. The city’s mass transit system covers the city centre and extends to some outlying areas. Trains, buses and ferries connect all main parts of Boston, allowing you to explore the city quickly and affordably. If you’re going to be staying in Boston for a week or two, look into buying a seven-day travel card to make your journeys even cheaper.
Learn more about Boston and its unique history by walking the Freedom Trail. The two and a half mile route takes in 16 of the city’s most important sights including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Paul Revere House and Old North Church. Once you’ve had your fill of culture, head over to the iconic Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.