General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport serves as the gateway for international tourists to Boston. From here, you can use a bus or subway to get into the city.
Connecting flights from all major airlines can be taken from international airports in India to reach Boston, with one or two stops in between.
The Logan International Airport welcomes flights from selected International cities along with cities accross the country, which is the major way to get in Boston. 50 miles North of Boston is the Manchestar-Boston Regional Airport, which can be used for flying to nearby cities.
Taxis can be hired for getaways from Boston, but they cost a lot. Self-driving is not recommended. Rail and buses are still the best options.
Amtrak rail services enable you to traverse to nearby cities from Boston.
Buses from various companies are available for commuting to cities around Boston.
The Black Falcon Cruise Terminal is the port in Boston for cruise ships. Water shuttles and taxis can be taken to reach Cambridge, which is just a river away from Boston.
Boston is a walk-friendly city. Unless you need to go away from the city center, you can cover the distance on ¾foot. For distant locations, the subway system (known as "T") is the best option. Along with subway system, the MBTA also provides bus and water shuttle services.Other ways to get around some parts of the city include using a taxi or water taxi.