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Charming ubiquitous red-bricked neighborhoods, public green spaces, a rich history and a perfect blend of traditional and modern architecture- that’s Boston for you! This largest city in Massachusetts has a relaxed vibe and offers all the benefits of a metro city without the fast pace. This delightful town is just perfect for a quick little sojourn! Want to plan a holiday in this historical city? Check out these trip planner and tips before you do!

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What is the best way to travel?

The public transport system in Boston is highly efficient as well as inexpensive and so, commuting in the city is very easy. Apps like City Mapper are a great way to find out about the quickest and the most convenient commute options. If you are travelling to Boston from another city in America, then check out options like MegaBus which provide you with transportation services at throwaway prices!

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What are the best accommodation options?

Selecting the right place to stay is an important factor in any travel planning process. Ideally, choose an accommodation option depending upon your itinerary so that all the major attractions you want to visit are easily accessible. From luxurious hotels to reasonable priced Airbnbs and pocket-friendly hostels, Boston has a wide array of options for you to choose from

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What to eat?

Boston offers tourists with a lot more delicacies than chowder and lobster rolls. Chicken Pho, duck tongue, clam chowdah, fresh sushi and obviously, the famous Boston cream pie are some of the dishes you must try out when in Boston! Also, foodies! Do not forget to visit the Chinatown neighborhood for some mouthwatering Chinese food as well as the North-End neighborhood for some authentic Italian classics!

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What are the must-visit places?

The Freedom Trail -

It is a 2.5-mile-long (4.0 km) path through downtown Boston. 16 of Boston’s most historically significant places which tell you the story of  the United States

Boston Commons -

One of America’s oldest parks, this giant green retreat in the heart of Boston is a peaceful oasis.

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The North End -

Home to Boston’s Italian community, the vibrant neighborhood of North End is one of America’s oldest residential neighborhoods.

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Harvard University -

The oldest University in America, the Harvard needs to introduction. The ancient architecture and the history of this place are highly fascinating.

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Sam Adam’s Brewery -

A major brewery in Boston, this place offers free tours for tourists to understand the process of beer manufacturing. Plus, you get to sample free beer!

Skywalk Observatory -

This observatory at the top of the Prudential Towers offers the tourists with 360-degree panoramic view of the Boston City.

Museum of Fine Arts -

Considered to be one of the most comprehensive collections of art in America, this museum displays a huge plethora of exhibits- from ancient Egyptian artefacts to modern art.

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The Black Bay Park and Newbury Street- An uber-chic neighborhood, this bustling area is home to some of Boston’s finest shopping options.

Boston Harbor- No virtual trip planner is complete without a cruise on this natural estuary of the Massachusetts Bay. From shipwrecks and lighthouses to waterfronts and forts, there are numerous points of attraction at the Boston Harbor.

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I'm from LA but I love visiting Boston. I will be back again for sure. Til we meet again Boston.

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