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Whether for business or pleasure, travelers heading from Denver International Airport (DEN), to Logan International Airport (BOS), are in for a good time. As the largest, and one of the oldest cities in New England, Boston has so much to offer its visitors. From art galleries to boutique shopping and exploring the Freedom Trail, Boston has a wealth of historical and cultural attractions to explore. You may also enjoy visiting the beautiful Harvard campus, touring the Sam Adams Brewery, or seeing the Boston Red Sox play at the iconic Fenway Park.
Located just six and a half miles from Revere Beach in the East Boston neighborhood, visitors have many opportunities to explore Boston, as soon as they land in Boston. As the largest airport in New England, Logan can get quite busy, so travelers should be sure to give themselves plenty of time to get into the city. While the airport is only four miles removed from downtown Boston, the commute take upwards of 20 minutes. Renting a car will be your best option so that you do not have to wait for public transport.
While there are a few nonstop flights between Denver and Boston taking approximately three hours and 45 minutes, most flights have one layover. Layovers tend to last about an hour and generally make stops in New York, D.C. or Chicago.