Boston travel guide

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You're Going to Love Boston

With a population of 35,859, Boston is a must-see destination in England, United Kingdom.

When to visit Boston

Boston in December
Estimated hotel price
1 night at 3-star hotel
Boston in December
Estimated hotel price
1 night at 3-star hotel

How to Get to Boston


Although Boston doesn’t have its own airport, you can fly to East Midlands Airport (EMA), which is located 89 km from Boston.


Located 11 km from the city centre, Boston Swineshead is the busiest station in Boston. Another popular train station is Boston Hubberts Bridge, located 6 km from the centre.


Another option to get to Boston is to pick up a car hire from London, which is about 164 km from Boston. You’ll find branches of GREEN MOTION and Hertz, among others, in London.

Airlines serving Boston

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British Airways
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Turkish Airlines
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Air France
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United Airlines
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Qatar Airways
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Air Canada
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Brussels Airlines
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Scandinavian Airlines
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Singapore Airlines
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Etihad Airways
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ITA Airways
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Aer Lingus
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Where to stay in popular areas of Boston

Hiring a car in Boston

Expect to pay $2.93 per litre in Boston (average price from the past 30 days). Depending on the size of your car hire, filling up the tank will cost between $35.15 and $46.87. The most frequently booked car type in Boston is Economy (Vauxhall Corsa or similar). If you’re looking to save money, though, keep in mind that Standard car hire (Vauxhall Insignia or similar) is, on average, 48% cheaper than other car hire types in the city.