Airfare to Boston from Comox

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Airport Details: To BOS, Logan International Airport From YQQ, CFB Comox

As one of the oldest cities in the U.S. — and the site of a number of significant events of the American Revolution — Boston is a magnet for history buffs; it’s also a popular destination for baseball fans, as the city is home to Fenway Park and the Boston Red Sox. The capital of Massachusetts is also renowned for its intellectual and literary culture, which can be explored through a number of prominent attractions, such as the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library, The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, and The Museum of Fine Arts. There’s no shortage of options for foodies and beer lovers either, as Boston has plenty of local craft breweries and pubs, including the former Bull & Finch, the exterior of which was featured on Cheers. And of course, the Freedom Trail is the perfect way to experience Boston and all its history in one walking tour.

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