Boston is a four season, East Coast city that is home to vibrant neighbourhoods known for their distinctive offerings. Book a direct flight from Toronto to Boston and experience its rich history by exploring sites including the Freedom Trail and the Massachusetts State House.
Much like Toronto, the city provides a great blend of cuisines. Boston is best known for its seafood and dairy products, making it essential to grab a plate of oysters and lobster rolls from the popular Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Finish it off with a Cookies ‘n Cream cone from one of the city’s popular ice cream parlours.
Walk off the extra calories by exploring this pedestrian friendly city on foot. A trip from Toronto to Boston isn’t complete without taking in the exceptional collection of museums. Head over to the Institute of Contemporary Art where you can also catch a beautiful view of the Boston harbour. Peruse Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, whose collection includes the works of Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh.
With a wide variety of activities to choose from, the city offers something for everyone. Start by browsing vintage markets on Charles Street and shopping for stylish pieces from decades past. Then, head over to catch a Boston Red Sox game at the legendary Fenway Park.
If you’ve got time to spare, why not take a trip up to Martha’s Vineyard for a quick getaway? The popular island destination is in Dukes County, MA, a trip totalling less than three hours by car and ferry.
Travel from Toronto to Boston and enjoy the best of what’s old and new.
Nestled along the riverfront, Beacon Hill is a quaint neighbourhood in Boston’s north-east end. Founded in 1795, Beacon Hill is known for its rows of charming brownstones, gas lit streets and brick sidewalks.
Take a trip around the scenic state-owned park Charles River Esplanade, just a few blocks away from the Boston Public Garden, and enjoy a swan boat ride across the pond. Walk down Charles Street and discover some of the best places to shop in Boston. Pop into the charming independent shops that line the street for that one-of-a-kind piece to take home.
Snap a timeless picture against the red leather doors on Beacon Street that lead into the Boston Athenaeum, one of the oldest running independent libraries in the United States. This bibliophile’s haven boasts past members including John F. Kennedy and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Wondering where to eat in Beacon Hill? Wind down after a day of sightseeing by grabbing a classic New England dish (lobster mac and cheese is a must try) from one of the neighborhood’s many restaurants.
Take a flight from Toronto to Boston and enjoy old school New England charm in Beacon Hill.
Known for its authentic Italian food offerings, striking architecture, and rich history, the North End is home to Boston’s Little Italy. Walk down the narrow streets reminiscent of Europe and discover bread shops tucked down hidden alleyways and family-run cafés on every corner. This neighbourhood is a one-stop shop for visitors and residents alike.
A trip to the North End isn’t complete without indulging in authentic pasta and fresh cannolis in Little Italy. Get over to Hanover Street, one of the oldest streets in Boston, and discover lots of great places to eat. You’ll find ample opportunity to indulge in cuisine served up authentic Italian style.
Slide into a pair of comfortable shoes and take in the North End’s mixture of architecture from all periods of American history. Head over to Paul Revere House for a tour of his colonial home during the time of the American Revolution.
Finish off by exploring the charming local stores that line the North End’s crooked cobblestone streets. Take a quick flight from Toronto to Boston and experience a slice of Italy in the North End.
Fly non-stop from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) to Logan International Airport (BOS) in Boston. Toronto to Boston flight time is 1 hour and 35 minutes on average. The distance from Toronto to Boston is around 700 km / 435 mi.
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