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Book Cheap Flights from Boston to Cleveland

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Airports in Boston

Situated in the East Boston, Logan International Airport (General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport) serves the city of Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. This international airport is the largest in the New England region and 17th busiest airport in U.S.A. (in terms of passenger traffic). Owned by Massachusetts Port Authority, the airport is a hub for Cape Air, Delta Air Lines, and PenAir. It is also a focus city for Azores Airlines and JetBlue Airways. It offers passenger & cargo services for domestic & international destinations. These destinations include Chicago, Washington, Baltimore, San Francisco, London, Toronto, Dublin, Paris, Frankfurt, Dubai, Munich, Doha, Istanbul, and more. Passengers can easily commute to & from the airport using Logan Express, app ride, limos, shuttles, taxis, airport shuttle bus, MBTA Silver Line bus, water taxi, and more.

Explore Cleveland

Cleveland is a city in the U.S. State of Ohio. Situated along the Erie Lake, it is the second largest city in the State. The city has a strong cultural side, with theaters, museums, and a thriving social scene in the Flats East Bank, where the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie converge. In the 1800s, Cleveland was one of the most important canal ports in the eastern United States and an industrial center where some of the richest American entrepreneurs made their fortunes. The luxury residences on Euclid Avenue, known as Millionaires Row, are a testament to their wealth. Among those who lived here around the turn of the 19th century was John D. Rockefeller, founder of the Standard Oil Company, and Samuel Mather, who made his fortune in steel production and transport. Today, the remnants of Cleveland’s historical railway and canal notoriety serve as an eclectic backdrop for a vibrant city that is turning warehouses into boutique hotels and is a prominent destination for world-class sporting events and concerts near the waterfront. While here, take a stroll along Cleveland’s popular Historic Warehouse District, spend an evening enjoying some of the city’s major sports complexes in the Historic Gateway District or explore some of Cleveland’s spectacular museums.

Things to Do in Cleveland

Cleveland Museum of Natural History

The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is home to some outstanding exhibits showcasing collections and research in areas from paleontology to botany. Chief among these is that of a three-million- year-old human ancestor, Australopithecus afarensis, known as “Lucy” which was a key discovery in the field of anthropology. Perhaps more dramatic in a visual sense are the dinosaur skeletons that tower over visitors as they walk through the Kirtland Hall of Prehistoric Life. There are also many other exhibits, from geology and astronomy to gems and minerals. Children will enjoy the many interactive displays, like the “living galleries” in the Perkins Wildlife Center.

Cleveland Botanical Garden

The Cleveland Botanical Garden features 20 unique gardens showcasing flora and fauna from around the world. Take a walk through the rainforest and desert or get up close to rare orchids. Among the attractions here are the Hershey Children’s Garden, a Japanese Garden featuring a dry rock stream, the Mary Ann Sears Swetland Rose Garden, Western Reserve Herb Society Garden, Woodland Garden, Elizabeth and Nona Evans Restorative Garden, Campsey-Stauffer Gateway Garden, and the CK Patrick Perennial Garden.

Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art, more commonly referred to as the MOCA, features rotating, temporary exhibits by national and international artists as well as local artists in the Cleveland area. The museum’s new building, which opened in 2012, is a unique and impressive structure designed by Farshid Moussavi. This mirror finished structure begins from the ground as a hexagon and rises to become a square at the top, creating all kinds of angles. MOCA has public programs throughout the year, including artist talks and gallery tours.

Best Time to Fly to Cleveland

The best time to visit Cleveland is from September through October or from April to May when the temperatures aren’t freezing cold like in the winter, or hot and humid as in the summer.

Cleveland Travelers' Reviews

  Visiting family
The trip was very nice and chepoair gace me a great deal on a rounfd trip ticket on such a short notice for the Thanksgiving weekend! I'm very grateful!
- Yolanda  Nov 26, 2018
  Back in CLE
Arriving back in CLE was a warm welcome. The airport itself is clean and had great signage, very easy to navigate. Employees I came into contact with were pleasant and helpful. A very positive experience.
- Katherine  Nov 04, 2018

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