7 Reasons You Should Visit Boston

Some people seem to think Boston is a great vacation getaway. These people obviously know exactly what they’re talking about. This city is just as beautiful to look at up close as it from far away. The contrast of old and new brings the city to life, and the amazing cuisine and exciting sports make it that much better. If you’re traveling for business, with family, or for a bender, there is something here to fulfill all of your needs. There are so many┬áreasons that you should be visiting Boston,┬ábut we’ve narrowed it down to seven to make your trip planning a bit easier.

  • The History
    The History
    Take a horse-drawn carriage ride and travel back to the days of the country's forefathers. Relive the colonial days and discover one of the oldest cities in the U.S.
  • The Sports
    The Sports
    Whether you're a fan of football, basketball, soccer or baseball, sports fans here go HARD, making your game-going experience truly unique and exciting. Fun fact: Fenway Park, home to the Red Sox, has been standing since 1912!
  • They Know How to Party
    They Know How to Party
    There are a whopping 81 colleges & universities within 25 miles of Boston, making it a hub for great nightlife. That plus the die-hard fans of local sports teams make for the craziest parties any day of the year, any time of the day or night; ESPECIALLY if a Boston team wins a big game.
  • The Food
    The Food
    Food is an important part of any new destination you visit. Add to your Boston food bucket list lobster in any form (try lobster rolls!), clam chowder, roast beef sandwiches, Boston cream pie, Italian food, crispy cod & chips, and, if you find yourself at a Red Sox game, a Fenway Frank!
  • The Skyline
    The Skyline
    Tall skyscrapers on a harbor always make for gorgeous, picturesque views that simply cannot be beat.
  • The Outdoor City Life
    The Outdoor City Life
    Just a few steps from the waterfront is the cobblestone-filled Faneuil Fall Marketplace. Visit the world-famous Quincy Market Colonnade and explore the unique shops, international cuisine, pubs & fun street performers that fill the marketplace that has been standing since 1742. [Click for more info]
  • The Public Garden
    The Public Garden
    This huge, beautiful park in the heart of Boston is right next to Boston Common, the oldest city park in the U.S. Part of the Freedom Trail, enjoy the 2.5 mile long path through central Boston that passes 16 locations important to the history of the country. [Click for more info]

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