Accommodation & places to visit in Boston

No US city is richer with history than Boston. Boston is also New England’s largest and most populous area. When you need a little bit of our nation’s past to inspire you, hit Boston for the weekend. Boston’s big city attractions coupled with its significant past will ensure you have many activities to keep you busy. Take a trip through our nation’s battle for independence by visiting 50 acre Boston Common, the starting point of the Freedom Trail. Today, it’s one of America’s most beautiful parks. Then, visit the Boston Tea Party ship with its attached museum to relive the infamous Boston Tea Party. Finally, explore Faneuil Hall, the birthplace of democracy, and the home of many of our history’s most important speeches. When you’re ready to take a break from reliving the past, take in a Boston Red Sox game at Fenway Park, or visit the Bull and Finch Pub, which was the birthplace of the famous television show Cheers.


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