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Major academic institutes and popular sports teams are proud to call Boston home—and this eclectic mix of sport and academia makes the city such an exciting place to visit. One of America’s oldest cities, Boston has a wealth of stunning architecture on display as well as fascinating artifacts and exhibitions throughout its many museums. There’s always a sports game to cheer along with and you can find delicious, creamy seafood chowder to feast on in Boston’s many high-class eateries.

Things to see in Boston

Walk along the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail to discover through some of the city’s history. The walk links up many of Boston’s iconic landmarks, such as the Benjamin Franklin statue and the site of the Boston Massacre. One sight worth spending some time at is the Old Granary Burial Ground. Many of Boston’s most notable patriots from the Revolutionary War—including 3 signers of the Declaration of Independence—are buried here. Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts has been welcoming visitors since 1876; today the museum showcases around 45,000 different works spanning from antiquity up to contemporary pieces. To sample some of Boston’s world-famous sporting culture, head to TD Garden. New England’s number one sports stadium also hosts regular concerts, attracting big-name acts. One of the best ways to see the city is from up high—the Skywalk Observatory at the top of the Prudential Center is the best place to go to take in Boston’s gorgeous skyline.

4-star hotels in Boston

Boston’s 4-star hotels range from the glitzy to the understated. You can pick from grand and sumptuous styles, or opt for a more laid-back, toned-down type of accommodation. Whichever you choose, you can guarantee all the 4-star hotels in Boston will feature the same fantastic amenities. A hearty breakfast buffet is generally included in the price, and some hotels even serve evening meals in their upscale on-site restaurants. Every one of Boston’s four-star hotels will be happy to arrange tour and museum tickets and it’s a good idea to check if your hotel can arrange transport to and from the airport.

Where to stay in Boston

Most of Boston’s 4-star hotels are situated in the city’s downtown area. Right in the middle of all the action, you’ll be within walking distance of historical sites, shopping malls, and trendy bars and bistros. The South End—not to be confused with South Boston—is filled with hip cafés and restaurants. Not only is it one of the most popular places to live, but it’s also where you’ll find most of the city’s theaters. Quite a few of Boston’s 4-star hotels are also located in Charlestown, placing visitors really close to the Bunker Hill Monument and Navy Yard.

How to get to Boston

Driving in Boston can be very hectic so it’s highly recommended to drop your car off at a parking lot just outside the city and jump on the “T”—the nickname for their inner-city transport system. Flying into the city is much more convenient, as Boston Logan International Airport is only 3 miles from the city center. The airport is well served by major international and domestic airlines, making it easy to travel to Boston. From the airport, jump on the Blue Line Subway if you want to head downtown from the airport, or pick up a cab from outside the airport to take you straight to your hotel.

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