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Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is in East Boston and accessible using a designated exit off the I-90 E or State Hwy 1A N.
Flights from BOS to Athens International Airport (ATH) usually last for 14 hours. The City of Athens is just 12 miles east of the airport and is the easiest to reach via public bus lines and taxis, which are available right in front of the airport. Driving involves the use of several roads, including Motorways 64 and 62.
Athens is one of the oldest cities in the world, with popular historic attractions including the Acropolis and its museum, the Parthenon, the Temple of Hephaestus, the Theater of Dionysus, and the National Archaeological Museum.
Piraeus, just seven miles southwest from Athens via 91, is right on the Saronic Gulf and is known for its seafood offerings along the Piraiki and Mikrolimano coasts. The historic neighborhood of Plaka, near the Acropolis, has many historic sites, including parts of the Old Public Baths building.
The weather in Athens varies by season, with lows around 40 degrees in the winter months and highs exceeding 90 degrees in the summer, peaking during heatwaves.