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Boston is a city known for its history, its culture and its sports fanatics. Attractions are everywhere you turn on the city's famed cobbled streets, and attract visitors on vacation and business. Head to the harbor to tour the site of the original tea party, or satisfy your knowledge for marine life by visiting the Boston Aquarium.
When you're ready to eat, the harbor has some fantastic seafood restaurants like Rowes Wharf Sea Grille. If lobster's not your thing, head over to Boston's Northside neighborhood. Of course, no visit to Boston is complete without a visit to Fenway Park, America's oldest ballpark and home of the Redsox.
Logan International Airport, BOS, is the hub of Boston travel. Arrivals will come in through four different terminals. Each terminal is independent, and features its own baggage claim and ways of exiting the airport. Travelers can leave Logan via public transportation, taxi, shuttle bus or rental car. Express pickup service is available as well. If you're in a rental car, Route 1 and I-90 are the major roads to navigate between attractions in the city.
The average flight time between San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and Logan International Airport (BOS) is six hours. Once you arrive in Beantown, consider leaving the airport through Boston's silver line service or a cab.