Book Cheap Flights Ticket To Boise (BOI)


Boise, the capital city of Idaho, was established during the 1800s. What used to be a township located next to Fort Boise has came to life over the past 180 years and turned into the incredible city you see today.

Places to visit in Boise:

State Capitol:

Construction started on the Capitol Building in 1905 and was completed in 1920. The central part of the building was created of locally sourced sandstone with marble from Georgia, Vermont, Alaska, and Italy. The tip of the dome is a five-foot-high statue of a golden eagle. The building features various exhibits and temporary displays.

The Boise Greenbelt:

The Boise Greenbelt, situated along the Boise River, runs through the city center and connects about 850 acres of natural area and parks. This 25-mile Greenbelt offers a variety of cycling and walking trails, as well as wildlife-viewing opportunities. This picturesque corridor is often used for both non-motorized commuting and experiencing nature. The urban pathway also links to other culturally significant parts of the city. For example, the Boise State University Campus and the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial are both along the path. Bikes, strollers, and skaters are welcomed on the Greenbelt, though pedestrians always have the right of way.

Julia Davis Park:

The Julia Davis Park has multiple cultural attractions worth visiting. On campus, visitors can discover Zoo Boise, the Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Historical Museum, the Idaho DIscovery Center, and the Idaho Black History Museum. Julia Davis also provides a stunning backdrop to all these cultural attractions. Lagoons, rose gardens, and a duck pond defines the landscape, so does the regular flow of tourists who come to enjoy this scenic space.

Camel’s Back Park:

Located at the northern end of the city and at the edge of Boise foothills, the Camel's Back Park is a famous open space with various things to do. Within the 11 acres of this developed park, visitors can use the playground equipment, tennis courts, and an outdoor gym. However, one of the fundamental appeals of this city park is its access to the foothills and sprawling Ridge to Rivers trail system. The two miles of this more extensive trail system within Camel's Back Park climbs up to a great view of the city. In addition, many trails travel through the Boise Foothills from Camel's Back Park.

The airport in Boise:

  • Boise Airport

Airlines Serving in Boise:

  • United Airlines.
  • American Airlines.
  • Delta Air Lines.
  • Alaska Airlines.
  • Aeromexico.
  • Lufthansa.
  • Virgin Atlantic.
  • Korean Air.

Best time to visit Boise:

The prime time to visit Boise is between March and May, when the temperatures are ideal for enjoying Boise's outdoor activities, though powder hounds will beg to differ – saying that winter is the best time to enjoy the nearby ski slopes.