Accommodation & places to visit in Boston

As the largest city and the capital of Massachusetts, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the U.S. In addition to this, it is also rich in historical heritage and the location of several key historical events that date back to The Revolution (i.e. The Boston Tea Party, the Boston Massacre, the Seige of Boston and the Battle of Bunker Hill). Boston, MA is the heart of the metropolitan area known as Greater Boston, a world leader and an "Alpha City." Due to Boston's many educational institutions, they are also considered as one of the world's leaders in innovation, medicine and higher education.

  • When to visit
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    It is important to have tourist info for Boston when you're deciding the best time to visit. Boston has a good amount of tourists year round, however, deciding when to go depends on what you wish to see and do in Boston. Summer is the busiest tourist season, and features plenty of outdoor activities. While Boston's winter weather is nothing to laugh at, it is still the peak of yearly cultural events. It is generally agreed that the best time to visit Boston is during the fall, with temperate weather, fall foliage and masses of college students returning to school there is never a dull moment.
  • Weather
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    The maritime influences that affect Boston's continental climate make for highly diverse weather conditions. In general, summer highs average around 80F (26C) and is often accompanied by rain and humidity. The coldest month of the year for Boston is January, and winters usually consist of cold temperatures, cold rain and snow.
    The most pleasant weather in Boston can be found during the spring and autumn months. However, the conditions are highly dependent on jet stream positioning and wind direction. While it tends to be cooler by the ocean, Boston's weather is still known for its unpredictable nature. In fact, it is not uncommon for temperatures to vary by more than 20F (-6C) throughout the day or for weather to fluctuate between sunny and mild conditions to cold and cloudy.
  • To Do
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    Like many, you may be wondering what to do in Boston. With Boston's rich and colorful historical heritage, it is little surprise that many of its attractions showcase that heritage. While it is easy to go through your travel funds in Boston, there are also a number of completely free attractions, such as the Boston Public Garden and Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Top 10 Things To Do In Boston:

    1. Freedom Trail

    2. Fenway Park

    3. Museum of Fine Arts

    4. Boston Common

    5. Samuel Adams Brewery & Boston Beer Museum

    6. Museum of Science

    7. Boston Duck Tours

    8. Harvard Museum of Natural History

    9. New England Aquarium

    10. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

  • To See
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    If you are wondering what to see in Boston, then wonder no more. Boston is home to 58 districts and properties that have been designated as National Historic Landmarks. In addition to this, the state of Massachusetts is also home to another 131 National Historic Landmarks. At the top of the list of what to see in Boston is:

    • The Paul Revere House

    • Bunker Hill Monument

    • Adams National Historical Park

    • Massachusetts State House

    • Boston Public Library

    • National Monument to the Forefathers (Pilgrim Monument)

    • Museum of Fine Arts

    • Copley Square

    • Copley Square Hotel

  • Tips & Recommendations
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    • Due to Boston's typically unpredictable weather you should come prepared and consider dressing in layers.

    • Off-peak season travel may have its downs, but if you're on a budget it can save you quite a bit on hotel and travel fares.

    • Boston is an expensive city to visit, if you truly want to get the most bang for your buck then you should plan ahead and shop around for the best rates.

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