Boston is one of the USA’s oldest cities. Also known as The Walking City, its famous freedom trail lets you travel on foot to well-known sites. Summer and Fall are popular seasons to book a hotel in Boston. Temperatures average around 65°F but can reach highs of 80°F in the warmest months, July and August.
Romantic getaways in BostonBoston’s beautiful architecture adds to its romantic atmosphere and can be seen in all its glory in Copley Square. There are plenty of luxury hotels in the area, such as the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, or if you want to try one of the city’s boutique hotels then The Copley Square Hotel is nearby.
How to get to BostonThe largest international and domestic airport in the city is Logan International Airport (BOS), where you can catch a bus service to South Station, Boston’s largest train station with services to major cities, including New York and Chicago, or take a water shuttle to hotels in downtown Boston. You can also take a taxi or the subway to other hotel areas. The Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) is 50 miles south of the city. You can travel to Boston via an hourly shuttle bus that takes around 75 minutes.
Things to do in BostonThere’s plenty to see and do in Boston. The city has one of the oldest major league baseball stadiums, Fenway Park, the home of the Red Sox. If you’re heading to the city to watch a game, there are lots of places to stay near Fenway Park, including cheap hotels. Alternately you could visit the Boston Aquarium or go on one of the Boston duck tours. Boston was the cradle of the American Revolution and major sites and landmarks include Paul Revere’s House, the Bunker Hill Monument, and the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum.
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