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Unsurprisingly the biggest air hub not only in Massachusetts but also New England, Logan International Airport is suitably large, even by international airport standards. Spread over almost 700 hectares, this place even has its own emergency services - think fire, police and ambulance departments, not to mention two hotels and a church.
With four terminals and 94 gates, Logan International Airport handles flights from no less than 40 airlines, which offer passage to over 100 domestic and international destinations - there are few places that you cannot reach from here. Tens of millions of people pass through the gates of Logan International Airport each year, and 12,000 people call it their place of work - which should give you some indication of its sheer size.
Logan International Airport is home to several car hire firms, many of which are in partnership with DriveNow. With a drive just a little over 10 minutes down MA-1A to central Boston, it makes huge sense to rent a car at Logan Airport to explore Massachusetts and New England. With DriveNow, you'll be able to find among the cheapest deals possible - and all arranged before you've even left home.
The biggest city in New England is one that attracts some 18 million visitors per year, according to its official website. Affectionately known as 'Beantown' due to its great love of baked beans, Boston counts 617,000 people among its population.
As Boston was one of America's founding settlements, you'll find here a city soaked in culture, but one not afraid to look to the future. From bouncing neighbourhoods to a great sporting pedigree, Boston is a place that never fails to excite, so jump into your hire car and get ready to explore New England's rough-and-ready diamond.
There is one place that you won't be able to avoid as you navigate Boston's streets. The city is known for its love of baseball, so much so that the cavernous Fenway Park was built right in the middle of town. The home of the famous Red Sox, try and catch a game (if you can get hold of a ticket) or take a tour of this sporting cathedral.
Nearby, Cambridge is home to Harvard University, perhaps the country's most revered university. Take a walk around the grounds, library, museum and lecture halls in an attempt to soak up knowledge from the great intellects of the past that have wandered here...
Boston isn't all history, baseball and academia. Nature is but a few kilometres away, in the shape of Jamaica Pond - a breath-taking freshwater lake the offers all manner of maritime activities and the famous Charles river, named by Charles I after …….. himself.