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Together with our global network, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines offers flights to Boston, serving Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). On our intercontinental flights you can sit back and enjoy over 1.000 hours of films, TV series, audiobooks and language courses on your personal screen. Not to mention our complimentary and tasty snacks and drinks.
Top Boston attractions
- Museum of Fine Arts: one of the largest museums in the US with a comprehensive art collection.
- Beacon Hill: a historic neighbourhood overlooking Massachusetts State House.
- George's Island: home of the historic Fort Warren and accessible by ferry.
- The Mapparium: a 3-storey stained glass globe.
- Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum: an interactive way to experience one of the most important events leading up to the American Revolution.
Boston is the perfect place to experience a taste of America, and you can explore this bustling metropolitan city by ground or by sea. Boston has everything to offer – from modern arts to timeless architecture, high-end shopping districts and delicious cuisine. Take a look at our inspirational travel guide for more information.
What’s the best way to get around Boston?
Known as America's Walking City, Boston offers a range of transport methods that can get you to all corners of this buzzing metropolis. Bus, tram and boat services are available from the Massachusetts Bay Transport Authority (better known as “The T”). There is also an easy-to-navigate subway service, with coded stop colours. Take advantage of the CharlieCard or CharlieTicket that will also give you juicy discounts at more than 75 local attractions. Or give Hubway a go – it’s a bike-sharing transport system that has many stations in Boston and bordering towns like Brookline, Somerville and Cambridge.
What’s the weather in Boston?
The weather in Boston changes so frequently that the locals live by the motto: “Don't like the weather? Wait 5 minutes.” Although it does heat up to 26,7°C (80,6°F) in July, it’s still best to keep a light sweater and an umbrella handy. Thunderstorms are commonplace and equally unpredictable. Expect snowfall between December and March, but don’t expect it to last long, as winter temperatures tend to stay above freezing. Autumn is a beautiful time to visit the city, as it’s transformed with breath-taking colours.
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