The closest airport is Boston Logan International Airport. All international flights are coming to Terminal E, the rest of domestic flights come to Terminals A, B, and C. They are all conveniently connected with Blue and Red line of the metro system via free shuttle service (Silver Line.)
Please note that the weather in Boston can change drastically throughout the day. A humid weather is typical for Boston, so make sure you bring all kinds of clothes. Check www.weather.com for everyday forecast. The average temperature gets up to around 5°C during the day but can dip as low as -5°C at night. Showers, rains, and snow are possible.
Before your trip to USA, make sure you have a proper medical insurance for the duration of your stay. Most probably, your public or private medical insurance in your country covers medical expenses in case of injury or accident during a short-term stay at the USA. For further information, please contact your local provider.
To get information about tourist visa/ B1-B2 visa, please contact your nearest U.S. consulate or embassy. Please note that the Afro-Latin American Research Institute is unable to offer advice on visa. However, we can issue an invitation letter to help in the process.