Boston is a city rich in history, and an ideal destination for travelers seeking a classic New England destination in spring, summer or fall.
Boston is easy to explore on foot, and public transportation makes a visit to nearby Cambridge and Brookline possible. Or grab a bike and cruise the 17-mile Charles River Bike Path and explore many highlights of the city on your ride. Boston Harbor cruises are also a popular and exciting way to see the sites.
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile walkable route, with optional guided tours, through 16 of Boston’s historic sites, including Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, the home of Paul Revere, and the USS Constitution.
Boston’s Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, is a must-visit spot during baseball season. It’s the country’s oldest baseball stadium still in use by a major league team.
Be sure to taste some local flavors during your trip: Boston cream pie, lobster rolls, and clam chowder.
Things to Do in Boston
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