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Boston, Massachusetts, is a well-known cornerstone of American history. No matter what your reason for visiting Boston, you're only ten minutes away from historic Boston National Park when you leave Logan International Airport (BOS) in your rental car.
I-90 will easily take you to National Historic Park. There, you'll have the opportunity to explore the Paul Revere House, Old North Church and Faneuil Hall; all major landmarks of the American Revolution.
From there, head to 1st Avenue and the Charlestown Navy Yard where you can visit the USS Constitution Museum, and learn all about the oldest commissioned warship in the country. If you've had enough of historic sight-seeing, you can take in some of Boston's superb night life, which could include an exciting concert by the renowned Boston Pops Orchestra, or a trip to Machine nightclub.
It only takes about an hour and a half to fly from Baltimore Washington International (BWI) to Boston. Logan International is one of the largest transport centers in the New England region, making it a bustling and well-maintained place. Its four terminals are connected to the central parking garage via a covered walkway with moving sidewalks, and their Economy Lot offers free shuttle service to all terminals.