Situated on a lake, this hotel is 3.1 mi (5 km) from Woburn Mall and within 12 mi (20 km) of Burlington Mall and Salem Witch Museum. Tufts University and Revere ...
Located in Charlestown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of The Freedom Trail and USS Constitution Museum. TD Garden and Bunker Hill Monument are also within ...
Located in Theatre District, this eco-friendly hostel is within a 5-minute walk of Cutler Majestic Theatre and Boston Opera House. Boston Common and Boston Public ...
Surprisingly lots of leg room in the economy section
My 1st time flying and everyone I stopped to ask a question was very friendly and helpful!
Keep up the good work
Would like better seat selection. I have been assigned to many middle seats which are not enjoyable when traveling alone.
|Number of Daily Flights||12|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Aug 19|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Aug 19|
|Popular Airlines||American Airlines|
Get away from the scorching Texas heat and settle into the cool New England region of Boston by flying between Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), and General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS). Home to state government offices and a booming financial sector, Boston is known as the commercial and political hub of the Massachusetts.
After you get the keys to a rental car at General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, cruise on Interstate-90 and Interstate-495 to navigate the Boston Metropolitan Area. Both of these highways lead to other big cities in New England such as Providence, Rhode Island and Manchester, New Hampshire.
The city of Boston is served by MBTA underground subway trains as well as commuter trains. South Station, Boston's busiest transit hub, connects sports fans with the city's top venues such as TD Garden and Fenway Park. If you're looking for great views, North End and South Boston are urban districts that both offer waterfront lodging and accommodations.
The flight time between Dallas and Boston usually takes four hours to complete. When visiting New England's biggest city, take an urban hike along the Freedom Trail to relive the history of the Boston Tea Party, the Paul Revere Espionage, and other historic events of the American Revolution.