Boston Logan International Airport is located in the East Boston neighbourhood of Boston, Massachusetts in the United States. It is the largest airport and transportation centre in New England situated approximately five kilometres across the harbour from downtown Boston. The airport is operating 24 hours and is the 18th busiest airport in the US, with an estimated 32 million passengers passing through the airport every year. It has four terminals – A, B, C, and E. Terminal E is dedicated to serving international travellers and provides shuttle buses connecting to the other terminals. Terminals A, B, and C are kid-friendly with its children's play areas as well as rocking chairs for families travelling with infants.
What to see & do
Boston is the U.S. state of Massachusetts’s capital and largest city filled with historic sites that tell of the nation's founding relating to the colonial and Revolutionary War era. A good introduction to the city as a popular pilgrimage trail is the Freedom Trail, which passes close along some of the city's best historic attractions. Start at the Boston Common, America's oldest park and the start of the Freedom Trail. From here, see the Old Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, Old South Meeting House, and the Old State House. There is also a lively Italian neighbourhood that is home to the Paul Revere House and Old North Church. Another landmark is the Faneuil Hall where the Ancient Honorable Artillery Museum is located on the fourth floor. Pass along the Faneuil Hall Marketplace to try out the shops, food stalls, exhibitions, and restaurants as well as to have a sample of street performances. Head to one of the city's most beautiful neighbourhood, the Beacon Hill, more popularly known locally as 'Brahmins', where Louisburg Square and the Nichols House Museum, among many other must-visit sites, are located. Take a trip across the Charles River to nearby Cambridge and visit two of the most prestigious universities in the world – Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Sports enthusiasts should not miss Fenway Park, known as America's most beloved ballpark and home of the Boston Red Sox. Popular museums to explore include the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Steward Gardner Museum, Museum of Science, JFK Presidential Library and Museum, and the Children's Museum.
How to get around within Boston
MassPort provides public transportation by subway, bus, and water taxi with free shuttle services from the airport to the ferry dock and city centre. Boston is easy to explore on foot and is known as an excellent walking city for its clean and safe environment. To compliment foot travel, an outstanding public transit system – the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority ('MBTA' or 'the T' for short) is available in the metropolitan area as wells in the suburbs. There are also regular bus services as well as express buses. The MBTA also runs a number of water shuttles. Taxis are recommended for late-night public transits. Many Boston residents use bicycles as their primary mode of moving around. Tourists also have the option to rent bicycles through the city's bike sharing system.
How to get there
Boston Logan International Airport is a main hub for Delta Airlines, Cape Air, and PenAir, and is a focus city of JetBlue Airways. The airport has frequent flights to and from destinations in North America, Canada, Latin America, the Caribbean, as well as to and from the Mid-Atlantic regions, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. It provides non-stop service to and from more than 72 domestic and 30 international destinations. It serves more than 40 passenger airlines coming from different parts of the world, and has special flights to and from the Azores and Cape Verde as it links Azores American and Cape Verdean communities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
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