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Airports in Cleveland

The Cleveland Hopkins International Airport serves the city of Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. It is situated nearly 14 kilometers away from the central business district of the city. It is owned & operated by City of Cleveland and Cleveland Airport System respectively. The airport serves as a focus city for Frontier Airlines and United Airlines. It offers passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations. These destinations include Toronto, Cancun, Punta Cana, Las Vegas, New York, Dallas, Denver, and more. The airport is well connected to the city through rental cars, taxis, shuttles, limos, ride shares, and public transportations.

Explore Boston

The capital of Massachusetts, Boston is home to America's first large free municipal public library, the first subway system, the first public school, and the first public park. The city is known for its historical sites related to colonial and Revolutionary War era. History buffs can head to the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall to explore the history of the region. While modern attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts, MIT Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art, and more are suggested for others. There are several green spaces in the city where one can relax and enjoy the nature. Some of these include Arnold Arboretum, Public Garden, Franklin Park, Jamaica Pond, Back Bay Fens, and more.

Things to Do in Boston

Paul Revere House

Situated on the Freedom Trail, the Paul Revere's former residence is the perfect place to learn about American History. Here one can learn about the life in the city in 1700's. The house has various period pieces including fine silver. One can see and appreciate the sweeping beams, spacious fireplaces, and some of the furniture owned by Revere family.

Old North Church

The Old North Church or the Christ Church is the oldest church building in Boston and is also a National Historic Landmark. It was constructed in the year 1723, the Church has been inspired by the works of Christopher Wren, a British architect. Here one can see the beautiful relics from the past including North America's oldest set of change ringing bells and chandeliers. It is said that these were brought in from England in the early 1700s.

Public Garden

Established in 1837, the Public Garden is the first public botanical garden in America. It was built with the Victorian style. The garden has vibrant floral patterns with new techniques of collecting, hybridizing, and propagating plants. It features, greenhouse grown plants, exotic imported trees, pathways for strolling, fountains, lagoon, and more. The Public Garden is one of the greatest attractions in the city of Boston.

Best Time to Fly to Boston

The months from June-October are best to visit the city of Boston. The weather during these months remains pleasant and one can easily stroll through the streets of the city. However, it is advised to avoid visiting in summers as the city gets crowded and everything may get highly expensive.

Boston Travelers' Reviews

The service was as explained and on time and also timely updates. Also very reliable and satisfactory
- delice  Nov 14, 2018
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Boston, although pretty cold, is a silent city with nice and gentle people from all over the world
- Charles  Nov 06, 2018

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