Win! A pair of return flights to Boston with CheapOair.co.uk

Enter our travel competition to get your hands on two Norwegian tickets to the American city

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Made famous by 1980s sitcom Cheers and its iconic theme tune, Boston offers a friendly city atmosphere, colonial architecture, cobbled streets and a lively restaurant scene for holidaymakers looking to experience a US city break with a difference.

Famous Acorn Street in Beacon Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

To give you the chance to experience the vibrant city, we've teamed up with CheapOair to offer one lucky AOL Travel reader two return flights to Boston on Norwegian's brand new route for 2016.

Explore the place where the new and the old meet, where stone streets meet glass-enclosed shopping galleries, where The Freedom Trail landmarks stand beside cutting-edge restaurants and renowned performance theatres brush shoulders with trendy nightclubs.

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On a trip to Boston, you can uncover the city's past while enjoying its distinctively modern edge, enjoy the old masters and the brew masters, pedal-powered swan boat rides or high speed catamaran whale watches.

Visitors can shop at artisanal markets or chic boutiques and while away the afternoon at a sidewalk café, or dine from the popular food trucks found throughout the city. You also won't want to miss taking a walking tour or blazing a trail of your own before strolling along the lively waterfront or cruising the historic harbour.

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For your chance to win a pair of return flights to Boston, submit your details in the form below before 9 June 2016.