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Flights to Boston: the home to Harvard University from £350

Boston, one of America's oldest cities, has a rich historic and cultural heritage. There are direct flights from Dublin which are usually very reasonably priced. Most flights from UK airports, other than those from London, are often not direct so one should be prepared for a stopover in cities like Washington, Vienna, New York, Amsterdam and Paris. However our online flight comparison tool can help you find the cheap flight to Boston that you are looking for. Once in Boston, there are many historic neighbourhoods to visit, such as North End, one of the city's oldest Italian neighbourhoods. Enjoy the great restaurants and walk along cobblestone streets. The Freedom Trail is a must and guided tours are provided by a number of established tour companies. Here you'll learn all about the history of Boston, including information on The Boston Massacre, Paul Revere and Bunker Hill. The Museum of Fine Arts is a must see for art lovers. This is the city's most established and well known art institutions and is home to distinguished Asian and Egyptian collections and Impressionist paintings. The Waterfront is a wonderful neighbourhood to visit and the perfect place to unwind and relax from the buzz of the city.

Flight destination: Boston

Boston Logan International Hotel is very well connected, in regards to ground transportation services. Taxis are a good travel option to and from the airport and can be found at the airport taxi stand. Flat rates apply and you'll have to pay toll charges too and additional surcharges. The MBTA Commuter Rail Service and Amtrak also provide services to and from the airport and non stop bus services as well as shuttles running every 5 to 6 minutes are easily accessible. Water transportation is a wonderful option too and water shuttles and water taxis run to and from the airport downtown. To catch a water shuttle or taxi you'll have to get the route 66 shuttle bus. This is a free service taking you to the Logan Dock and all of the airport's terminals. There are a variety of things to do near the airport. Catch the water shuttle to the Aquarium area, which is located near North End. Here you can visit the Faneuil Hall Marketplace at Quincy Market for shopping in stores and with street vendors. There is a great selection of bars here too for beverages and top notch restaurants. Boston's famous television serious Cheers bar is also at Quincy Market. One of the nicest beaches in the city is Revere Beach, a location that is also close to the airport. To get here catch the Blue Line shuttle and enjoy some sun, sand and tranquil waters. There are a few excellent eateries here too, including Kelly's, which serves mouth-watering roast beef, seafood dishes and sandwiches.

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