One of the most innovative cities in America, Boston is full of life and culture, constantly adapting and evolving. Your trip will be a fabulous rollercoaster ride of trends and technologies! As intercontinental flights to Boston can be very long, at Air Europa, we do our best to make sure your flight is as enjoyable as possible. Relax in our spacious seats, enjoy our in-flight entertainment and Wi-Fi, and eat delicious à la carte menu options. Boston flights can be comfortable when you fly with us, so book via our official website today.
Boston Points of Interest
- Samuel Adams Brewery: Take a tour of one of the most famous breweries in Boston and enjoy a sample of the delicious beers!
- Freedom Trail: Walk the 4 km historic walk along American Revolution sites.
- Fenway Park: Catch a game or tour the Boston Red Sox’s home baseball stadium.
- Acorn Street: Visit this beautiful and quaint 18th century street complete with a cobbled street, flower pots and window terraces.
- Boston Public Garden: Get some fresh air at this lovely public garden (the first in America!) and stop to feed the ducks.
Best Food in Boston
An amazing destination for foodies, Boston is home to many prestigious eateries that create unbelievable dishes on a very limited basis. Amazing burgers, cronuts and cakes are often sold in batches of 20 or so, and when they’re gone, they’re gone! Food-loving Bostonians queue up early in the morning to get their hands on these delicacies. But don’t worry, you don’t have to get up at the crack of dawn. You can still find plenty of incredible local specialities throughout the city. In particular, seafood is a staple in the Boston diet. Lobster rolls, seafood platters and seafood chowder are popular, delicious dishes. Of course, like a lot of American cities, Boston always prides itself on its pizza. Street vendors sell huge slices for a few euros, or you can buy a huge family-style pizza to share. As for sweets, definitely try a Boston cream pie, a staple dessert since 1856!
The Weather in Boston
Boston has hot summers that are mostly dry, so you can enjoy exploring the city under the sun between May and September. However, keep in mind Boston is famed for its very cold, snowy winters. If you’re visiting anytime between December and March, expect the weather to be below freezing with very heavy snowfall; pack heavy coats and thick jumpers!
Want to make your flight to Boston even more comfortable? Then upgrade to our Business Class seats. You can get some rest in our lie-flat seats and arrive in Boston rejuvenated and ready to explore.