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Boston is timeless testament of rich tradition and history coming together in every street and pin code of the city. With a legacy of almost 400 years, it is one of the oldest cities in America. The city boasts of a colonial era with historic edifices protruding in downtown areas. A part of the city feels like a museum due to many famous historical events like the famous Boston Tea Party and the American Revolution. It can also be called the cradle of learning or education as it is home to some of the best ivy league colleges in the world like Harvard universe new-age, flamboyant and urbane Boston with modern skyscrapers, a high-tech financial hub and a retail major.
The city talks while you walk
Walking is the best way to breathe in the aura of the city. Every nook and cranny of the city offers you a unique experience or memorabilia. Our tip: Take the famous Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile stretch that takes you through the sights and sounds of the city along with a number of historical sites and landmarks. These include museums, graveyards, churches, ships and historic markers from the great American Revolution like the Boston Massacre, Paul Revere House, Old North Church, and U.S.S. Constitution. You have an option of a tour guide or doing it on your own. Another exciting walk - The Black Heritage Trail which showcases the trials, tribulations and the triumphs of the black people in the United States. Don’t forget Boston Common, a lively spot for late night concerts and plays during the summer months.
Boston loves their sport
The Boston Red Sox, The New England Patriots, sports in ingrained in the city, which is seen all around the city especially during the spring and summer months. And how can we forget the Boston Celtics And speaking of spring, a trip to Boston is incomplete without visiting the magical flowers in the Boston Public Gardens.
What’s the best time to visit Boston?
Anytime! That’s because Boston has four distinct seasons: Summer, fall, winter, spring. The spring and fall seasons are the best times to visit Boston. Nice and bright sunshine during the days followed by some nippy temperatures towards the evening. It also rains a bit during the spring season, which adds to the color and flavor of the city. Winters can be bone-chilling with temperatures floating well below the freezing point. It’s probably the best time you’ll find cheap flight tickets to Boston, that is if you can handle the weather. Summers area busy time with tourist thronging to the city to enjoy its splendour. Not the best time to find cheap flight tickets to Boston but you never know if you book in advance. Heard about “Nor’easters”? These are typical coastal storms that hit Boston and bring either heavy rain or snow to the city. So, make sure to check the weather before you book tickets as you don’t want the weather to be a dampener.
How do I get there?
Boston is situated in the northeast coast, which means flights from Boston to New York typically take 70 minutes. If you are heading to the west coast, be ready to sit around 5 to 6 hours for flights from Boston to Los Angeles or from Boston to San Jose. It is also well-connected to all other major airports in the world with frequent flights from Europe.
Which are all the major carriers to Boston?
Logan International Airport in New England is a world-class transportation hub, which is well connected to all major U.S. carriers. These include Delta, JetBlue, American Airlines, Southwest, United and Virgin America. Many international airlines such as Air Canada, Air Berlin, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Virgin Atlantic, Air France, British Airways, Japan Airlines, Qatar Airways and Lufthansa are also well connected to the airport.
What should be my Boston packing essentials?
As mentioned earlier, Boston sees 4 seasons during the year so confirm your travel dates before you travel. If you are travelling during the winters, brace yourself with long thick overcoats, sweaters, hats and gloves. Also get some water-proof boots to stomp through the snow. If you are visiting during the summers, cotton tees, shirts and shorts are good enough. A light jacket might be handy for the occasional chilly evenings. Typical temperatures in the spring and autumn can reach the 60s and 70s. We recommend to pack some extra long-sleeved clothes for the unexpected change in weather conditions.
What should be in my Boston travel list?
History lesson in a walk
First things first, you must take a walk down the history lane in the freedom trail as mentioned earlier. You’ll get to see landmark buildings like Bunker Hill Monument, Old North Church, U.S.S Constitution, Old State House and the Boston Common to name a few.
Food on your mind
Back Bay is the place to head if you are a foodie. It has bustling cafes and restaurants, which serve cuisines from all over the globe. If you are done with all that food, then head for some retail therapy to the Newbury Street or discover upscale boutiques around Harvard Square. Want to chill? There are plenty of parks to take a breather, like the Victorian grounds at the Public Garden. It also happens to be the country’s first public botanical garden.
Get ready for some action
Boston eats, breathes, sleeps sports. So, for all you sports fans, you should visit a baseball game at the Fenway or a football clash at the Gillette Stadium in nearby Foxboro. Love ice hockey and basketball, then head to the Boston Garden. There is plenty of action around the stadiums as well in the form of food, nightlife and entertainment.
Art aficionados will love Boston as there are plenty of attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. If Theater is your thing then you can watch Shakespeare at the Shubert or a magnum opus musical at the Boston Opera House or Wang Theatre. Love music? Make sure to include Boston Symphony Hall in your itinerary as it offers one-of-a-kind acoustics for music concerts.
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