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A flight from Orlando to General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS) will transport you the cultural and commercial mecca of Massachusetts. Begin your tour through the "Athens of America" by exploring the Greek Revival architecture of the historic Quincy Market, where you can buy souvenirs, or eat some seafood from the Boston Harbor. After looking at the neoclassical facade of the Museum of Fine Arts, enter to discover treasures from the Renaissance period.
Boston is served by MBTA metro trains and trolleys, but you can also explore the city in your rental car via Interstate-93 and Interstate-90. If you want to watch the Boston Red Sox in action, find a parking lot in the Fenway–Kenmore neighborhood and then take a short walk to Fenway Park.
Head to the Skywalk Observatory at the top of the Prudential Tower, and use coin-operated binoculars to zoom in on downtown Boston and surrounding communities like Charlestown and Cambridge. Visit the Adams National Historic Park and Paul Revere House to honor great American patriots who lived in Boston during the American Revolution.
You can expect the flight from Orlando International Airport (MCO) to Logan International to take about three hours to complete. If you need to do some shopping near BOS, head to Mystic Mall and the Gateway Center.