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|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Skip the driving and take the subway to Boston Logan International (BOS). Utilize MBTA's Blue Line, which offers service to the airport. Enjoy a short journey, as flight duration is typically around one hour and 45 minutes. Though Detroit does offer public transit, your travels around the city will be much easier with a car. Pick up a rental upon landing at Detroit Wayne County (DTW).
If you're an art aficionado, make a stop at the Detroit Institute of Arts. This museum features over 100 galleries, so you can spend a copious amount of time getting lost in the collection. Explore the auto industry in this largely industrial town by taking a tour of the Ford Rouge Factory. To satisfy your inner-musician, stop at the Motown Historical Museum. This small museum features displays dedicated to some of Detroit's most famous former residents, including Aretha Franklin and Madonna. For an unexpected escape, visit Belle Isle. This island in the Detroit River is a great place to take a stroll and offers interesting views of the city. Access the island by crossing MacArthur Bridge.
If you seek an inner-city feel, stay in Downtown Detroit. For easy access to ethnic restaurants and a casino, pick a hotel in Greektown. The weather in Detroit changes seasonally; winters can be quite cold and snowy. Avoid the frigid temperatures and pesky precipitation by visiting in the spring, summer or fall.