Flights to Boston from Toronto
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Airport Details: To BOS, Logan International Airport From YYZ, Toronto Pearson International Airport
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 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. Beer connoisseurs and food lovers will have plenty of options with the abundance of local craft breweries and pubs in the city, including the former Bull & Finch, the original inspiration for Cheers. Don’t forget to walk the Freedom Trail to take in all the history the city has to offer.
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