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A city draped in culture, historical value and celebrated sports teams, you can compare flights to Boston at Netflights.com and get down to planning your trip to the capital of Massachusetts. Lying on the east coast of the United States, we can help you make the most of this enthralling city.

Direct flights to Boston are most readily available in London and Manchester, although well-priced connecting services can be found from most of the UK’s major airports. Belfast and Birmingham offer great value, while you can expect to stopover in a city such as Amsterdam, Dublin, London or New York.

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Excellent value can often be found on direct services from Manchester Airport, with flights taking less than seven hours, although around 40 minutes will be shaved off the return leg. The outbound journey from London can take closer to eight hours, and you might be able to trim the price of your flights if you don't mind a connection.

Once you arrive in Boston there’s plenty to get stuck into as you bid to fill your itinerary. There are a multitude of historically significant sites to visit, and the Freedom Trail snakes around the city enabling visitors to discover landmarks linked to America’s independence.

Boston is a cultural hub that is renowned for its arts, museums and libraries, although it may be another aspect of the city’s culture that takes your fancy. There is serious passion for major sports teams including American football, basketball, ice hockey and baseball, and getting to a game will prove a great experience for those interested in sport.

Meanwhile, if you find yourself in Boston around St Patrick’s Day, be sure to check out what are regarded as being among the world’s biggest celebrations for the event.