Boston Logan Airport
Last Updated: 15th December, 2015 | By Chris Williams
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Boston, Massachusetts is one of the most famous New England cities in America. Compared to the larger states out west, New England is very compact and it is easy to see many fascinating cities. Check out these amazing New England destinations, all within a reasonable drive from the Boston airport
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Boston Logan International Airport information
Offically Lt. General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport is situated on the east side of Boston. It has six runaways and is the largest airport in New England with over 30 million passengers per year.
Airport Name: Boston Logan International Airport
Address: Boston Logan International USA
City: Boston Logan International
Telephone: 1800 235-6426
Driving Directions to Boston Logan International Airport
Car Parking: Long and Short Term Parking Facilities available
Taxi service: Available in front of terminal
Car Hire: The car rental desks are located in the arrivals hall
Information Desk: Located in the arrivals hall
Airlines at Boston Logan Airport
Delta Air Lines
Day trips from Boston
Newport, Rhode Island
Newport has been a glamorous destination for decades and dazzles visitors with its beauty and historic sites. Take Interstate 93 south from the Boston airport to state Highway 24 south to Newport, a total traveling time of close to two hours, depending upon traffic. A classic example of seaside New England, the spectacular beaches and harbors help Newport feel like a semi-exotic location. Take a guided tour to see the many glamorous mansions in town. With many delicious restaurants to visit, make sure to try stuffed quahogs, or head over to The Red Parrot for their specialty, the Monsta Lobsta BLT.
Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
Take Highway 3 south out of Boston for 1.5 hours and then hop on the Woods Hole - Vineyard Haven Ferry to visit one of the most iconic islands in New England. Martha’s Vineyard is a 180 square mile island that delights its visitors with its cobblestone streets, lighthouses, and its opulent sea captain’s houses. Miles of pristine beaches and numerous nature trails make it an ideal day trip for the entire family. Blend in with the locals and the famous families who vacation on the island by traveling on bike or on foot.
Head north on Interstate 93 from the Boston airport, connect to Interstate 95 north and enjoy the two hour drive up the Maine coast to the largest city in Maine, Portland. Located on the Casco Bay peninsula, this year-round destination is always enjoyable and particularly lively during the summer months. A small and slightly quirky fishing town, Portland has great music venues, brewpubs, and a growing restaurant scene. Central Provisions is one of the newer restaurants that has been receiving a lot of buzz. The downtown, known as Old Port, is particularly memorable with its cobblestone streets, clothing boutiques, and many a seafood restaurant that always have the day’s catch available.
Concord, Montpelier, and Burlington
New England’s manageable size means it is possible to catch three state capital cities all in one day. Arriving in Boston will be your first capital city to visit, then head north on Interstate 93 to the capital of New Hampshire, Concord. Visit their downtown and New Hampshire State House and then head on Interstate 89 north to Montpelier, the capital of Vermont. With a population of less than 10,000, it is one of the smallest state capitals in the U.S. Stop by Hubbard Park for a hike to stretch your legs and climb the 54-foot observation tower to see wonderful views of New England. Continue on Interstate 89 north to Burlington, Vermont after a combined 3.5 hours of driving. Burlington is a captivating town with the charm and the relaxed vibe of Boulder, CO, or Madison, WI. Set on the pristine waters of Lake Champlain, Burlington is worth the drive. Make sure to try the local maple syrup, a New England specialty. Visit The Skinny Pancake and order from its “Breakfast All Day” menu that is sure to please.
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