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Flights from Boston Logan International

Boston Logan International Airport is the public-use international airport serving the city of Boston in Massachusetts, USA. The official name of the airport is General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport. It is situated in the East Boston neighbourhood, covering 2,384 acres at an elevation of 20 ft (6 m) above mean sea level.

Where to go

New England Aquarium - The New England Aquarium plaza comprises of the main aquarium building, the New England Aquarium Whale Watch, and the Simons IMAX Theatre. The Aquarium's major feature is the Giant Ocean Tank, a cylindrical 200,000-US-gallon tank containing a replica of a Caribbean coral reef. Inside the tank are sea turtles, stingrays, barracuda, eels, and even sharks, as well as other smaller fishes. The smaller exhibits are the Thinking Gallery, Freshwater Gallery, the Edge of the Sea tide pool, the Northern Waters of the World Gallery, the Tropical Gallery, the Blue Planet Action Centre, and the Yawkey Coral Reef Center, as well as special exhibitions. The Aquarium also offers live animal presentations for educational and entertainment purposes.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston - Boston's Museum of Fine Arts is one of the largest in the USA. It houses one of the most comprehensive collections in the Americas, containing over 450,000 works of art. The most notable parts of the collection include Egyptian artefacts, Chinese paintings and calligraphy, imperial Chinese Art, French impressionist and post-impressionist works, the Rothschild Collection, and 18th- and 19th-century American Art. The museum also houses the largest collection of Japanese works in one institution outside of Japan. The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston was founded in 1870 and moved to its current location in 1909.

Boston Public Garden - The Public Garden is located right in the heart of Boston. One of its key attractions in the large park is the fleet of Swan Boats operating in the pond. The 12- to 15-minute ride is a nice way to relax and take a break from walking around, as the boat is powered by a driver.

Travel to the Dutch island nation of Aruba to experience a part of the Kingdom of Netherlands without having to travel too far. Aruba offers plenty of beaches, like Eagle Beach, Hadikurari Beach, Palm Beach, Surfside Beach, Druif Beach, and Bachelor's Beach, for example. One particularly unique beach is Baby Beach, so-named as majority of it is no more than five feet deep. Swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving, sea-trekking, fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, and sailing are popular water activities in Aruba.

Book a flight to Shanghai, China to explore a wonderful combination of historical and modern sites. Make sure to stroll down Nanjing Road, one of the most significant commercial and tourist streets in the city, for world-class restaurants, cafes, and shopping. Nanjing Road is one of the busiest shopping streets in the world; if it all gets too exciting, visit the Yuyuan Garden. This extensive Chinese Garden is a great way to relax and marvel at the intricately designed halls, towers, and pavilions, and the beautiful gardens and ponds.

How to get out

Logan International Airport serves plenty of domestic and international destinations, including Dublin, Shannon, Mexico City, Montréal, Toronto, Halifax, Ottawa, Paris, San Diego, Seattle, Dallas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, Albany, Lebanon, Massena, Nantucket, Hong Kong, Panama City, Amsterdam, Bermuda, Atlanta, Detroit, Tokyo, Aruba, Austin, Buffalo, Reykjavik, Beijing, Shanghai, Munich, and more. Airlines providing the most connections at Logan International Airport are Air Canada Express, American Airlines, Cape Air, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, and US Airways Express.

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