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Best Car Rental companies at Boston – Logan Airport

We know you need to rent a car in Boston but you have doubts and can’t decide which company to book with. To help you decide, here is our ranking of the Top 5 Car Rental Companies at Boston – Logan Airport (Updated 2024).

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  4. BUDGET (8.4/10) πŸ”
  5. HERTZ (8.3/10) πŸ”

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Drive and enjoy Boston with your rental car

Are you ready to discover Boston? Do not hesitate to hire a car at Logan Airport and explore this area on your own. Pack your bags and get ready to discover all that Boston has to offer easily and comfortably with your most economical rental car.

If you are planning to travel to the USA and are landing at Boston Logan Airport, you can book your rental car right now and get the best last-minute offers, so that as soon as you land, you can be sure that your rental car will be waiting for you so that you can start your journey immediately.

During your trip to Boston, great adventures await you. If you waste time waiting for taxis, buses or trains, you may not have enough time to visit everything this magnificent city has to offer. Book a rental car and discover all the sights of Boston and surroundings, known or not; there’s no more comfortable way to get around the USA.

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Our Car Rental offers at Boston Logan Airport

Compare prices and book your rental car in Boston here now. You can choose from a wide range of cars from the best brands and with the guarantee that you will always get the best possible price on car hire at Boston Logan Airport.

Our car for hire offers will allow you to enjoy your holidays in Boston in the most comfortable and simple way. All you have to do is compare our rental car offers and book the car that best suits your needs at the most economical price.

Our Boston Logan Airport economy car rental service will allow you to compare prices and move around the USA in complete comfort and autonomy. Whether you travel alone or as a family trip, you can also select the car accessories you need, such as car seats for babies or GPS, on this website you can book and have at your fingertips a modern selection of vehicles of different categories, including Economy, Compacts, Vans, 7 Seater, 8 Seater, 9 Seater, Cargo Vans, Fullsize, Luxury, Premium or SUVs, as well as a range of optional extras, so you can move with a model tailored to your needs.

Last-minute offers in rent a car in Boston can be found on our website, where you will find the best prices in cars for rent in Boston from major companies: Avis, Advantage, Alamo, Budget, Dollar, E-Z Rent-A-Car, Hertz, Enterprise, Thrifty, Sixt, and more local companies. To book your car at one of the many Boston Logan Airport offices available, simply use the car rental search engine above.

Another interesting option to explore the area is to hire the Car Service Boston MA, a fantastic chauffeured service.

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One Way Car Rental from Boston Logan Airport

Do you need to rent a car in Boston Airport and drop off it to another of these popular locations in Massachusetts or near states such as New York JFK Airport, New York Newark Airport, Providence Airport, Washington Dulles or Philadelphia Airport? No problem, take advantage of our offers for Boston Airport.

Rent a car at Boston Airport or Downtown and return it at any other location in the US at a really good price. Our prices include one-way fees.

Popular Massachusetts Road Trips in your One-Way Car Rental from Boston Airport

Pick up at Boston Airport and drop off at New York JFK Airport

  • Time: 3 hours 58 minutes
  • Distance: 216 miles via I-90 W

Pick up at Boston Airport and drop off at New York Newark Airport

  • Time: 4 hours 5 minutes
  • Distance: 231 miles via I-90 W and CT-15 S

Pick up at Boston Airport and drop off at Providence Airport

  • Time: 1 hour 2 minutes
  • Distance: 61 miles via I-93 S and I-95 S

Pick up at Boston Airport and drop off at Philadelphia Airport

  • Time: 5 hours 30 minutes
  • Distance: 318 miles via I-95

Pick up at Boston Airport and drop off at Washington Dulles Airport

  • Time: 7 hours 35 minutes
  • Distance: 464 miles via I-95 S

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Rent a Hybrid or Electric Car at Boston Logan Airport.

In addition to conventional cars that run on petrol or diesel, on this website you can also find environmentally-friendly rental cars, with less noise pollution and almost imperceptible vibrations in Boston.

If you are planning to rent a modern car in Boston and enjoy the latest technical advances, both to go on holiday, business trip, or to make a good impression at an event, we invite you to discover the comfort and performance of our Hybrid and 100% Electric cars available at Boston Logan Airport.

We are an outstanding car rental website with a great commitment to the environment, and we are aware of the growing demand for sustainable and environmentally-friendly vehicles, which is why we work with leading car rental companies in the world, which put at your disposal a large and modern fleet of hybrid and zero-emission electric cars at Boston Logan Airport.

Here you are aΒ Worldwide database of EV charging stationsΒ to check where you can charge your electric rental vehicle.

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About Boston and its Sights

With its red-brick streets, bustling university and business districts and century-old buildings, Boston is a crucial city in the history of the United States.

As you tour the Massachusetts state capital, you’ll take a journey back in time from the natives who inhabited the land for millennia to the first European settlers, and you’ll understand how the American Revolutionary War was forged.

These are the must-see sights in Boston

Visit the Freedom Trail.

Boston’s most iconic attraction is the Freedom Trail. Although, curiously, it’s not a specific place, but rather a 4 km route that runs through the center of the city.

Following a line marked on the ground, the Freedom Trail takes you to discover 16 historic sites, from cemeteries to buildings, somehow related to colonial Boston and the American Revolution (or War of Independence).

It’s a great way to immerse yourself in the history of the city. But most stops are so central that you can make a detour and explore the heart of Boston on your own along the way.

These are the Freedom Trail stops

  • Boston Common. Founded in 1634, this huge green lung is the oldest urban park in the United States. This is where the Freedom Trail begins, and the visitor center is where the tours start.
  • Massachusetts State House. The Massachusetts State Capitol and its distinctive golden dome can be visited on weekdays. If you want to join a free tour, you will have to reserve your place.
  • Park Street Church. If you had traveled to Boston in the early 19th century, this church and its spire would have been the first symbol you would have seen before you entered the city.
  • Granary Burying Ground. This cemetery, founded in 1660, is the resting place of heroes of the Revolution such as John Hancock, Paul Revere or Samuel Adams.
  • King’s Chapel. Tour the cemetery and enter this Anglican chapel, the first one founded by the English in New England.
  • Benjamin Franklin Statue and the Boston Latin School. In front of the site of the Boston Latin School, the first public school in the United States, you will see the statue of Benjamin Franklin. This Founding Father was a student at the school… but he dropped out before graduating!
  • Old Corner Bookstore. This is the oldest commercial building in Boston but, unfortunately, today the publishing houses and bookstores that occupied this place throughout the 19th century no longer exist. Instead, you’ll find something much more mundane: a restaurant owned by the Chipotle fast-food chain.
  • Old South Meeting House. It was here that the settlers met to decide what to do with the tea anchored on the Boston docks, which led to the famous Tea Mutiny. Today it’s a museum.
  • Old State House. The Old State House, a place of government for centuries and a symbol of the Revolution, is one of the most picturesque stops on the Freedom Trail. And not because of the interior (a museum), but because, if you look at it from a distance, you can enjoy the beautiful contrast between this century-old building and the skyscrapers that surround it.
  • Boston Site Massacre. Next to the Old State House, on the floor, you will see a plaque that marks the place where the Boston Massacre took place in 1700. This confrontation between the English Redcoats and the settlers, who were protesting taxes, ended with 5 Americans dead and a nascent desire to become an independent country.
  • Faneuil Hall Marketplace. It was in this marketplace and meeting place that the Sons of Liberty made several speeches against English oppression. Today, it is a visitor’s center with exhibitions and souvenir shops.
  • Paul Revere House. From 1770 to 1800, this house was the home of patriot Paul Revere. He is known for his midnight stroll just before the battles of Lexington and Concord, the first confrontations of the War of Independence, in which he warned the settlers that British troops were approaching. Today, the interior of the house is a museum.
  • Old North Church. Before Paul Revere took his midnight stroll, he asked that lanterns be hung from the spire of this church to alert patriots across the river to the movements of British troops.
  • All Saints’ Way. Although not part of the Freedom Trail, this crowded alleyway is a very curious detour in this part of the North End. It is a private alley and the door is usually closed, but it is visible from the street.
  • Copp’s Hill Burying Ground. This cemetery, the second oldest in the city, is home to the artisans, merchants, and patriots who lived in the North End.
  • USS Constitution. After crossing the Charles River, you can make a detour to visit the USS Constitution, one of the first frigates of the U.S. Navy, which played a leading role in the War of 1812.
  • Bunker Hill Monument. It’s a large obelisk on top of a hill that reminds us that in June 1775, the first great battle of the War of Independence was fought there.

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Quincy Market and Boston Public Market

This market was built in 1826 and today, after a restoration, it is full of stalls of prepared food of all kinds: coffee shops, sweets, fast-food…

Although it’s very touristy, it’s worth a walk inland. Around Quincy Market, you will find many souvenir and craft stands, terraces, street artists… In the months of good weather, it is an area with a lot of atmospheres.

In addition, to the north and south, there are two other shopping complexes, the North Market and the South Market, full of shops.

The North End Neighborhood

North End, Boston’s oldest residential neighborhood, has been inhabited since 1630. North End is also known as Boston’s Little Italy, and you’ll soon see why: stroll down Salem St, Hanover St and the surrounding streets and you’ll find one Italian trattoria (Pizza restaurant), and bakery after another.

The only drawback to the neighborhood is that most of the restaurants are very expensive, but looking around you’ll also find shops that sell pizza slices and sandwiches at regular prices.

The Beacon Hill neighborhood and the Black Heritage Trail

This is a good time to drive your rental car up to Beacon Hill. The charm of Beacon Hill does not lie in any attraction, but in getting lost in its narrow and steep streets and dreaming of living in its beautiful red brick homes, today one of the most expensive in Boston.

While the southern part of the neighborhood was populated by elegant mansions, the northern part was home to a large African-American and immigrant community.

Some of the streets that made us fall in love with Beacon Hill were Pinckney St and Mount Vernon St. And, of course, the photogenic and famous Acorn Street, a cobblestone alley that looks like something out of a fairy tale.

After strolling through the most residential part of the neighborhood, head to Charles St. for a snack or dinner at one of its restaurants.

Visit Harvard University

This prestigious university, one of the oldest in the United States, is located in the neighboring city of Cambridge. You can easily get to Cambridge in your rental car.

Harvard University has many campuses and museums, so you could spend a whole day there and not see everything.

Visit Back Bay and the Boston Public Library

Again your rental car will be useful to you to get to the Back Bay neighborhood. Back Bay is a charming mix of elegant Victorian mansions and bustling shopping areas.

Start by visiting the Boston Public Library, the city’s central library. Although the entire interior is stunning, the Reading Room in the McKim Building is spectacular.

The outdoor courtyard is a good place to rest for a while before heading to your next destination: Trinity Church on the plaza in front of the library.

Although the interior is a paying visit, perhaps the most characteristic of this church is the exterior: the building is dwarfed by the neighboring skyscraper, the John Hancock Tower, one of Boston’s thousand and one contrasts.

After contemplating these buildings, immerse yourself in the most commercial part of the Back Bay neighborhood. Dozens of restaurants and shops await you on both Boylston Street and Newbury Street, many housed in picturesque buildings.

A little further north, the commercial fever gives way to Commonwealth Avenue, a boulevard surrounded by grand buildings.

Boston Public Garden

This park is located next to Boston Common, where the Freedom Trail begins, and together they form a huge green lung where the citizens of Boston relax on fine weather days.

The statue of George Washington will welcome you and, a little further on, you’ll find the placid lake, surrounded by green corners where you can lie down to rest.

During the warmer months, you can board one of the small swan-shaped boats that cruise the waters.

On the north side of the lake, you’ll find Boston’s most endearing sculpture, a mother duck and her ducklings, in honor of a children’s story called Make Way for Ducklings.


South of Boston Common Park is the Chinatown neighborhood, filled with restaurants and Chinese businesses. At the entrance, you will find the Chinatown Gate.

Seaport and views of Boston Harbor

This neighborhood, one of Boston’s most fashionable redevelopment areas in recent years, is located south of South Station, across from the Fort Point Channel.

Enjoy a game of the Celtics or the Red Sox

If you are visiting the city during basketball or baseball season and want a 100% typical experience

About Logan Airport

The Logan International Airport which is otherwise known as the Boston Logan Intl. the airport was officially named the General Edward Lawrence Logan airport (He was a war hero from Boston).

It is an international airport located in eastern Boston, Massachusetts, but a part of it lies in Winthrop, Massachusetts. The airport covers an area of 965 ha. With four passenger terminals, six runways, and about 16,000 employees. In terms of passenger volume, and the handling of cargo flights, this is the largest airport in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as well as New England.

It is also ranked as the 16th busiest of all the airports in the United States. In 2018, the airport handled about 40, 941,925 passengers, an increase from the 38.4 million passengers it handled in 2017. Consequently, 2018 was the busiest year in the history of the airport.

There is perhaps no city known to hold as much history, both of the colonial and revolutionary war periods like Boston does. It is not surprising that the main sites in Boston are now a pilgrimage trail for everyone who wants to get an idea of that history.

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