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Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) is a sprawling international airport covering almost 2,400 acres and employing some 16,000 people. It can be reached by ferry, by Interstate-190 and via Highway 1A.
Typical flight times from BOS to Istanbul Atatürk Airport (IST) are 10 to 13 hours in duration, and upon arrival in Istanbul, you’ll be near the E-5 Karayolu (D100) Road as well as the Ataturk Boulevard.
The Basilica Cistern displays the sixth-century technology that was used to transport water into the area in ancient times from nearby Thrace.
Aya Sofya is the Byzantine masterpiece church constructed during the reign of the emperor Justinian in the sixth century, now turned into a museum. Topkapi Palace was home to generations of Sultans and their wives and includes a host of gardens and courtyards.
Decorated with scenes from his career triumphs, the Istanbul Archeology Museum houses the sarcophagus of Alexander the Great. Sanding at its present location since its construction in 1348, the Galata Tower offers a commanding view of the entire city.
March tends to be rather rainy, but the rains fade away for April and May. Summers are warm, in the 80s. Cooler temperatures prevail during the autumn season from August through November, and the wet, cool winter lasts from December through March.