Expert Travel Advice to Northeast

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    I would suggest flying into Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) in Massachusetts, or into New York. New York has three main airports through which millions of people pass each year. John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in Queens primarily handles international flights. LaGuardia Airport (LGA), also in Queens, mainly handles domestic flights. If you're flying in from anywhere in the U.S., chances are you'll come through here. Particular exceptions include Continental Airlines. Newark International Airport (EWR), in Newark, New Jersey, handles both domestic and international flights. It's a bit further from the city than the other two airports, but it is generally less crowded and has more modern facilities. Then again, the airport into which you'll fly will largely depend on what cities in the Northeast you're planning to visit. That said, you'll probably find the cheapest fares by arriving at any of the above airports, particularly when traveling from abroad.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    That's a big question with an infinite array of possible answers depending on the season, availability of transport, duration of your trip, etc. Assuming you're coming to the U.S. from abroad and you don't have access to car, you're fortunate that at least the rail and bus connections in this part of the country are pretty good. However, this does mean you'll be mostly confined to the bigger towns and cities. Of course, New York and Boston are the two highlights, with Philadelphia and Washington, D.C, to the south also worth a look (OK, the latter two are Mid-Atlantic cities, but who's quibbling?). Loads to do and see in any of these big East Coast cities. (Incidentally, I'd personally skip Niagara Falls--too tacky--but that's your call.) Obviously, New England is famous for its outdoor charms, and boasts both spectacular mountains and coastline. Head to Maine' Acadia National Park for a quintessential New England coastal treat. The White Mountains in New Hampshire are also another great outdoor zone, although you'll want to rent a car to get around. Any time is a good time to visit, though summer and especially fall are the best times of year. If you want a taste of both of city and country livin', start in NYC and then train your sights west to New York State's sprawling Adirondacks region, where mountains, lakes, rivers, and forests provide innumerable outdoor adventures.
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