Finding your lucky charm at the bottom of a pint glass. The luck of the Irish can be found around any corner in Boston, and so can a pub with a shamrock on the awning or at least it seems that way. Whether you’re in Bean Town for St. Patrick’s Day or just want inspiration for …
One of the most underrated cities to vacation in is Boston, Massachusetts. You’re probably already getting visions of wind-burned faces, ravenous sports fans, and Ben Affleck. But Boston has more to offer than that. From historic sites to the Arts to great food to enthusiastic fans of some of the best sports teams in the country, this great city is a city like no other.
Boston, Massachusetts is a popular tourist destination due to its unique character that is rich in culture and history. Tourists who visit Boston will experience watching hometown sports teams, spectacular arts, incredible museums, and learn a fascinating history.
The United States has so many diverse cities and attractions that it is difficult to narrow down the list to only 10 U.S. destinations. The following list of top 10 places to visit in the U.S.A. is an introduction to the best and most popular places to go in the United States.
Size can be deceiving, a statement that certainly holds true for the small city of Boston. Despite of occupying a small area when compared to other major American cities, Boston boasts of diverse range of attractions that are enough to bring most big cities to shame. Famous for playing an important role in the American Revolution that happened during the 1770s, Boston has quickly become a tourist hotspot offering the perfect blend of history, art, and natural beauty.
The Fifteen Beacon Hotel is a landmark that has stood proudly at Beacon Hill for a hundred years. Ensconced in the grandeur of the Beaux Arts Building, you will be enthralled with its magnificent interiors and sophisticated service. World-class facilities and amenities define luxury found nowhere else in the city.
Peeking behind the scenes at the country’s oldest baseball stadium.
Growing up in southern New Hampshire, I rooted for the Boston Red Sox. Most New England schoolchildren in the 1970s and 1980s knew the names of big hitters such as Carl Yastrzemski and Wade Boggs, catcher Carlton Fisk, and pitcher Roger Clemens. My parents weren’t huge sports fans, but every once in a while we’d make the one-hour drive to Boston to catch a summer game at historic Fenway Park.
One of America’s great walking cities, Boston is best explored by following the 2.5-mile self-guided Freedom Trail that unfolds through its historic neighbourhoods. Laid out in 1958, the trail connects 16 important sites, extending all the way across Boston Harbor to Charlestown.