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    Flights to Boston

    First Class from £1800
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    Explore Boston

    An exemplary amalgam of colonial history and cutting-edge innovation, Boston is an iconic ground of diverse neighborhoods. Positioned near the sea, this place is an ideal destination to relax in water as well as land. Equipped with cobblestones of Beacon Hill and radical milestones of the Freedom Trail, Boston is a treasure trove of Americana. The true essence of Boston is hidden in its performing arts where tradition and innovation interact every day.  Planning a visit to Boston? Travel in style with our low cost business class flights to Boston.

    Walk around the geography of Boston

    Boston is the capital of the state of Massachusetts and the biggest city in New England. This place is a hub of historic, affluent and persuasive cities in the United States of America. Boston is surrounded by cities and has been called as a “City of Neighborhoods” and is made up of 21 official neighborhoods. Boston is located on Massachusetts’s Shawmut Peninsula, positioned at the mouths of the Charles and Mystic rivers.

    Things to see in Boston

    • 1Freedom Trail
    • 2Faneuil Hall
    • 3Boston Common and Public Garden Swan Boats
    • 4Beacon Hill
    • 5Harvard Square and Harvard Art Museums
    • 6Copley Square
    • 7Fenway Park
    • 8Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    Things to do in Boston

    • 1Take a tour of New England Aquarium
    • 2Get familiar with Boston’s museum
    • 3Catch the Keytar Bear
    • 4Check out Masa's "Brunch Fiesta"
    • 5Pick up some skills at Artisan's Asylum
    • 6Visit the Mapparium
    • 7The Skywalk Observatory

    Devour at Boston

    This city sits on the coastline and therefore it is a seafood city. Some local specialties encompass 'sacred cod,' fresh steamed lobster, oysters on the half-shell and thick, creamy chowder, baked beans and clam chowder. You can grab high-caliber seafood in the fish-centered Seaport District, where it's complemented by remarkable harbor views. Don't miss to devour delectable pasta in the North End and experience a range of cuisines on offer at places to eat in Boston esp. the diverse Asian dishes of Chinatown. Trendy fusion restaurants are unique to Boston and this city is one of the top per-capita ice cream consuming regions.

    Sports life of Boston

    Boston enthusiasts are fanatical about sports as they have world-champion Patriots, World Series–winning Red Sox, the most successful basketball team, the Celtics, and the extremely popular and notable hockey team, the Bruins. The state's oldest and most distinguished running event, Boston Marathon along with the world's leading two-day rowing event, the Head of the Charles Regatta are equally vigorous.

    Shop till you drop at Boston

    You will discover Boston as a nucleus for shopping. From Newbury Street boutiques to the patisseries of the South End, travelers can have the best shopping experience in Boston.

    Arts and architecture of Boston

    Boston was dubbed as cultural capital in the 19th century and since then, arts have been thriving here. The satisfactory paintings and traditional music were spread as the cultural wealth, which resulted in the establishment of museums, libraries and symphony orchestras for all to enjoy.

    The amazing Nightlife of Boston

    This place is prime for nightlife that satisfies the taste of all. The prevalent spaces line the streets of all Boston neighborhoods. Enjoy drinks at Legal's Harborside with magnificent sights from their rooftop bar or join the crowds on Landsdowne Street. Club hunters won't leave the dance floor of the popular Tunnel. They are an essential addition to any visit to Boston.

    Best time to visit

    April and May are spectacular as spring blooms while October and November displays an authentic New England fall. Hotel prices in May and September increases accordingly and if you are comfortable in cold with the lesser crowd and cheaper hotels, try a visit in January and February. Ultimate travel times are autumn and spring, with beautiful weather and many events. Boston summers are quite comfortable and there are some beaches within the city for swimming but it is humid as well as busy.


    The present streets of Boston are twisty and apparently perplexing maze, making navigation challenging through streets, if you are novel to this place. For contented sightseeing and traveling around the city is a snap with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, also known as the “T”, which is completely air-conditioned. The services provided by them includes subways, buses, and commuter rail services that attend Boston and beyond. Flying to Boston is easy with regular departures from the UK.  We have fabulous rates on flights to Boston.
    Early and late summer offers no humidity and are particularly nice but between late June and early August, humidity can be expected. Boston's fall greenery is at its crowning beauty in mid-October along with the crisp sunny day. The Atlantic Ocean has a great moderating effect on temperatures during the winter season. January is the coldest month while July is the warmest month.








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