The flight between Edinburgh and Boston takes around nine hours, including one stopover. Edinburgh has just one airport located around five miles to the west of the city. Your onward flight from London will depart from either Heathrow or Gatwick, depending on which airline you choose. There are also the options of connecting in Amsterdam or Frankfurt. The best way to find a cheap flight is online.Logan International is the city's major airport. Blue Line and Silver Line buses operate between the airport and the city on a regular basis. Alternatively a taxi will cost about £15.
To travel between Edinburgh and Boston at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for Edinburgh - Boston flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest Edinburgh - Boston flights by departure date.
The Museum of Fine Arts on Huntington Avenue is one of the jewels in the city's crown. It is currently the city's largest museum, and also one of its most expensive. The museum is home to the largest collection of Japanese art outside Japan - in fact there is even a branch of the museum in Nagoya, Japan! There is also an impressive collection of French Impressionist paintings, including many by Monet.2 Boston Symphony Orchestra
The BSO is one of the most highly regarded orchestras in the world. Located in Symphony Hall on Massachusetts Avenue, the orchestra generally puts on concerts between autumn and spring of each year. Concerts on Tuesdays and Thursdays generally have rush tickets which are heavily discounted but offer no choice of seats.3 Boston Common and Public Garden
The city's Common and Public Garden together are said to be the oldest public park in America. Not surprisingly, the best time of year to visit is in the summer, although the autumn scenes are equally beautiful. The area west of Charles Street contains a network of paths popular with joggers and runners.4 The Freedom Trail
The Freedom Trail is a popular walking tour that starts at the Common and takes 16 places of interest. It runs for around three miles and is marked by a line of red paint or red brick. The Freedom Trail connects to the Boston Harbour Walk.5 The Bull and Finch Pub
This pub - the setting for TV show 'Cheers' - is one of the city's most treasured landmarks. Note that food and drink here can be expensive.