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About Boston

Boston, the capital of the US State of Massachusetts, is one of the USA's most historical and cultured cities, founded by immigrants from England and Ireland in the early 1600s. It is home to many long-established organizations and educational institutions, hosting two of the world's most important universities, Harvard and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). 
 
Although the population of the city center is approximately 600,000,  its population increases to 10 million when the surrounding suburbs (where a majority of Americans live) are factored in. In Boston summers are hot and humid, and winters are cold and rainy. In the winter snowfall is common and sometimes intense. So the best times to visit the city are the spring and summer months. Boston offers rich options for museums and art galleries. 
 
The places, such as Boston Museum, Harvard Museum, MIT Museum, New England Aquarium, Harbor Island and Nature Park, Old State House and Common Park may be visited. The city's most stylish cafes and restaurants are located in Newbury Street. In this street the ground floors of the historical, red Boston houses were converted into cafes and restaurants. Fishing on the beach, going on a walk or riding the swan boats in the public gardens are favorite things for Bostonites to do. Because the number of students in Boston is also high, it has a colorful nightlife.. It takes 4-5 hours to reach Boston from New York City by car, but it is also frequently connected by high-speed trains. 
 
You can use the tram to wander the city, and do not forget to make a tour with sailing boats. Boston's Logan Airport is well-connected to the city with a variety of options.
 

 

Transportation to Boston City Center from Airport

The city of Boston is renowned for being home to Harvard University, the University of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and world famous health care institutions. The city hosts thousands of patients, researchers, and students from all over the world. The only international airport in the city is the General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, also referred to as Logan International Airport. Logan International Airport is located 5.6 km from the city center, which you can get to by ferry as a transportation alternative.

Airport Buses

The Silver Line 1 bus service departs from the ground floor and runs every 8 minutes. This bus provides transportation to the city center in about 20 minutes. The SL1 bus provides transportation to the South Station, located in the city. You can transfer to the Red Line metro from this station. This station is also a 5-10 minutes walking distance to many museums and the Boston Public Garden and Theater District. Other buses that provide transportation to the city include buses 459 and 449. These buses depart from Terminal C and provide transportation to the Summer St. stop, which is about 10 minutes away from the city center.   

Rail

Although the airport isn’t directly served by rail there is an Airport Station along the Blue Line. You can get to this station via the airport shuttle services. The metro from the Airport Station to State Street Station, which is located below The Old State House, takes 20 minutes. In addition, by taking the SL1 line to the last stop on the bus 171 route you can connect to the Red Line. This metro line provides transportation to Harvard University, Harvard Museum of Natural History, and Cambridge.

Ferry

Another transportation alternative to get to the city center is by ferry via the Logan Dock. The Massport Route 66 provide shuttle services between the dock and airport terminals. If you would like to walk to the dock, it is 10 minutes from the airport on foot. You can get to Long Wharf dock in the city center by ferry in 18 minutes. During the day the ferry runs every 40 minutes to 1 hour. The fare for the ferry is more affordable than other transportation alternatives.  

Taxi

Taxis from the airport provide transportation to the city via the tunnel that passes under the Boston Canal. Taxis are readily available at the terminal exit. Since the airport is located close to the city center the taxi fare is reasonable. This fare is higher if you are going to Harvard University.  

Rental Car

Renting a car at Logan Airport is a convenient way to get to the city center. You can rent a car from the Rental Car Center. Rental car companies that you can choose from include Alamo, Avis, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, and Thrifty. Once you leave the airport you will go through the tunnel that passes under the Boston Canal, then you can get to the city center via Congress Street and Congress Bridge. If you use the tunnel that is located more to the west then you will exit at Haymarket Square. You can get to the city center from this square by connecting to Merrimac St. It takes about 10 minutes to get to the city center from Logan airport by car, using both tunnels. 

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