What better reason to rent a car in Boston, than to drive on the parts of the Central Artery/Tunnel Project (also known as "The Big Dig") that are completed The I-93 portions are finished and ready for you to test out in a rental car. After you're done exploring what you can of the largest, most complex, and technologically challenging highway project ever attempted in U.S. history, take off in your rental car west to the Berkshire Mountains, or head southeast to Cape Cod. Whether you choose to pick up your rental car at the airport or from one of the many car rental companies in town, you will find some useful information below to help you get the right rental car for the right price. Expedia.com makes it easy for you to book your next Boston airport car rental. We work with the best Logan International car rental companies in the region, bringing you the best car rental rates and a wide variety of BOS car rental classes including economy, compact, midsize, full-size, convertible, van, luxury, and full-size SUV rentals. Our partner car companies offer different pick-up and drop-off options. If you are ready to book your car rental, follow the links on this page to view more information and details on your next Logan International, and BOS car hire.
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Boston, MA, has a little bit of everything: a deep sense of history, a proud sporting tradition, and lots of delicious food. You can walk around the city on foot, but to see every inch of it and to get around without spending time coordinating public transportation, take advantage of cheap car rentals in Boston. From centuries-old sailing ships to plentiful green public spaces, there's much to do during your time here. Once you've got the keys to a Boston car rental in your hand, there is nothing to stop you from taking in every part of Beantown.
Welcome to Boston
If you're flying into Boston International Airport (BOS), you're only minutes away from all the fun of downtown Boston. After you pick up your car, start exploring the city. Head for the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walking path that winds its way through the city. With a car, you can navigate to any of the 16 historically significant parts of the trail you're most interested in and save the walking for another day. Visit the U.S.S. Constitution-the U.S. Navy's oldest commissioned warship-located on the waterfront. Once you've toured the Constitution and its nearby museum, head south to Boston Common, the country's oldest public park.
Ready for more? Hop in your Boston car rental and head 40 miles south down MA-3 and I-93 to Plymouth, the site where, in 1620, the Pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower. While there, pay a visit to Plimoth Plantation, a living history museum dedicated to bringing 17th-century Massachusetts to life. This area also lends itself to an outstanding scenic drive. Whether you've got a luxury car rental from Avis or an economy rental car from Enterprise, drive along I-6 from Plymouth to see the stunning oceanscapes surrounding Cape Cod.
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No matter what part of Beantown you end up visiting, let us here at Expedia.com help you make your trip memorable and inexpensive. When you're ready to reserve your car rental, simply enter the features you want and the dates you'll be traveling, and you'll be on your way to finding the perfect vehicle for your trip. We aren't just here to help you find rental cars in Boston; you can use our online booking technology to find the best hotels in Boston for your purposes. You can also bundle your flight, hotel, and car rental together to create the ultimate Boston vacation packages, saving you time and money. Make your reservations today, and and drive through The Cradle of Liberty tomorrow.