Flight tickets to Boston from Halifax

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Airport Details: To BOS, Logan International Airport From YHZ, Halifax Stanfield International Airport

As one of America’s oldest cities, Boston is a must-visit for history buffs and sports fans alike, thanks to its ties to the American Revolution and one of Major League Baseball’s most iconic teams, the Boston Red Sox. The Massachusetts state capital is known for its intellectual culture and literary history, which visitors can experience through a variety of attractions like The Museum of Fine Arts, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library, and The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. There’s also a great selection of local breweries and pubs to explore, including the former Bull & Finch (best remembered as the exterior of the bar featured on the television show Cheers). History buffs won’t want to miss walking the Freedom Trail, a 4 km path that passes by 16 historically significant sites.

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