Cheap Flights from Orlando Sanford To Boston Logan International

Flight information Orlando Sanford to Boston Logan International

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Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and features a distinctive personality and character known all over the country. Founded by Puritans, the city has evolved into a close-knit and multicultural community known for expenditures on the arts, philanthropy and public parks. You can reach Bostan Logan International from Orlando Sanford Airport via connecting flights; one of the more popular routes is run by Allegiant Air and jetBlue and connects through Cleveland.

Facilities at Orlando Sanford and Boston Logan International

Orlando Sanford is a small airport with just two terminals, A and B, from which flights with Allegiant Air may depart. There are sit-down bars and restaurants both before and after security so you can take a breather before beginning your flight.

Boston Logan is a growing airport. When you arrive, you’ll be greeted with dozens and dozens of restaurant options so you can refuel before the last leg of your journey. There are also shops that sell travel essentials and memorabilia for souvenir collectors.

Travel from Boston Logan International

There are a multiplicity of transportation options that can take you into the nearby city of Boston. One of the most popular options is the subway, known as the T. Another is the free shuttle service that runs to Airport Station. You can also take a water taxi or water shuttle if you’re looking for something off the beaten path. Finally, traditional cabs and bus routes are available to take you to wherever your final destination awaits.

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Hints and Tips for Boston

Boston generally has warm or even hot summers and cold winters. Spring and fall seasons are mild and precipitation is not uncommon year-round. Cambridge, located across the Charles River from Boston, is home to MIT, Harvard and Tufts and is worth a trip to see these beautiful college campuses. The Boston Book Festival in October is a great chance to learn about the incredible literary history of this home to famous authors such as Margaret Fuller and Henry David Thoreau. Take a tour along the Freedom Trail to discover the Revolutionary War-era roots of Boston, and cap off your evening with a trip to one of the many concert halls and theaters that abound in this cultural capital of the Northeast.

Eating out in Boston is a bit on the higher end. An average meal runs around $15 for one while a nice dinner for two runs $65 or higher. Finding accommodations can be more affordable with our hotel search. Sort by rating, read reviews and filter based on price and availability for a customized hotel experience.

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