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Book flights to Boston and immerse yourself in a potent mix of American history, working-class culture, and cutting-edge chic.

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You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, teenagers, children, and infants.

Each adult passenger can bring one infant.

Children traveling alone or in a different cabin class from their parents are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.

  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW), children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
  • You can book up to nine passengers per booking, including adults, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs), teenagers, children, and infants.
  • Each adult or OFW passenger can bring one infant.
  • All OFWs must submit the required documents to receive the tax exemption.
  • Children traveling alone, or in a different cabin class from their parents, are considered Unaccompanied Minors and must pay the full adult fare. Please get in touch with us to book this service.
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Flights to Boston

Small and walkable, Boston is jam-packed with centuries-old landmarks, gorgeous parks, world-class universities, and some of America’s best restaurants.

Wherever you’re headed after your flight to Boston lands, you’ll find each neighborhood in the compact city has a unique appeal—wealthy Back Bay, trendy South End, historic Beacon Hill—while Cambridge, just across the exquisite Charles River, has a thriving cultural and culinary scene all its own. At the heart of the city are baseball’s Boston Red Sox and their iconic Fenway Park stadium.

Exploring Boston is best on foot. Stroll along the Freedom Trail, visiting the Old State House Museum for a taste of American history (its impressive collection includes tea from the Boston Tea Party); explore the Greenway with its new public parks; and walk the leafy banks of the Charles River.

Boston is brimming with impressive cultural attractions that you won’t want to miss. It boasts many museums, including the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, which looks like a 15th-century Venetian palace but has a brand new wing designed in uber-modern style by Renzo Piano. The Institute of Contemporary Art is another architectural triumph, dominating the waterfront with its dramatic glass walls and outdoor deck.

Sightseeing in Boston certainly is rewarding, and it can build up an appetite. The city has an exciting culinary scene that's constantly evolving; celebrity chefs like Barbara Lynch have opened chic restaurants across the city. Boston's traditional roots are still strong, though, and staples like New England clam chowder, Boston cream pie, and oysters are all widely available.

What to do in Boston

Go kayaking on the Charles River

The Charles River is famous for its rowers, but you can paddle down it in your very own kayak. Rent one for an hour or two and get in a workout while you glide past Boston’s gorgeous trees, parks, and skyline views.

1071 Soldier's Field Road
MA 02134
+1 617 965 5110

Go shopping around Beacon Hill

Check out the chic boutiques of Beacon Hill, which are set in this historic neighborhood of quaint federal-style houses, brick sidewalks, and gas-lit street lamps. You can find eye-catching gifts, camping gear, designer clothes, and classic New England souvenirs, all in a radius of just a few blocks. One of the best boutiques in the neighborhood is Good, located on Charles Street. Start there.

Good
133 Charles Street
MA 02114
+1 617 722 9200

Take a tour of the Freedom Trail

A huge number of formative events in American history took place in Boston and most of them can be seen on the Freedom Trail, a 4 km self-guided tour that takes in everything from Boston Common to the site of the Boston Massacre to the Paul Revere House. Pick up a guide at the Visitor Information Center or download the app.

Boston Common Visitor Information Center
139 Tremont Street
MA 02111
+1 617 357 8300

Where to eat in Boston

Erbaluce (Italian)

Chef Charles Draghi was at the forefront of the "vegetable movement," creating dishes that use fruit, vegetables, and herbs as a base rather than meat or dairy. Erbaluce, with a menu that changes nightly, offers Italian fine dining that eschews heaviness for subtlety and bright flavors.

69 Church Street
MA 02116
+1 617 426 6969

Legal Sea Foods (Seafood)

One of Boston’s best and most beloved chains, Legal Sea Foods has a number of locations dotted throughout the city (you can even find it at Boston airport). Whichever one you end up in, make sure to sample the fresh seafood, particularly the excellent and varied oyster dishes.

270 Northern Avenue
Liberty Wharf
MA 02210
+1 617 477 2900

Tavern Road (International)

The industrial-chic Tavern Road is part lounge, part modern dining room, offering a great late-night menu of small plates. During the day, you can grab lunch to go from their adjoining takeout joint, TR Street Foods, and eat it in the spacious restaurant.

343 Congress Street
MA 02210
+1 617 790 0808

Places to stay in Boston

40 Berkeley

Located in Boston’s trendy South End, 40 Berkeley offers good value, simply adorned rooms for anywhere from one to four people. Somewhere between a hostel and a hotel, it’s ideal if you're on a budget. A couple of the rooms have private bathrooms, and there’s free Wi-Fi and shared spaces with couches and a fireplace.

40 Berkeley Street
MA 02116
+1 877 748 2758

463 Beacon Street

In Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, there’s a homey alternative to a hotel in this guesthouse, a turn-of-the-century brownstone with 19 cozy guest rooms, each with its own fridge and microwave. It’s in a good, central location and offers long-term stays, just in case you can’t bear to tear yourself away from Boston.

463 Beacon Street
MA 02115
+1 617 536 1302

Nine Zero

A Kimpton property, Nine Zero is a funky hotel in downtown Boston with plenty of attractive and quirky amenities, like an in-house yoga TV channel and the loan of a pet fish to keep you company. The hotel also provides bikes for you to use.

90 Tremont Street
MA 02108
+1 617 772 5800

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