‘An American cultural hub’
Boston is an American cultural hub. As well as being a busy, modern city, it has real heritage, with stunning architecture and countless landmarks such as the Freedom Trail, Boston Library and Fenway Park. There are plenty of museums and landmarks that allow yourself to immerse yourself in the USA’s storied past.
But what sets it apart from the other major cities in America though, is its small-town feel in places, with cobbled streets, town houses and quiet park areas. It’s a major city, that never feels overwhelming.
For anyone interested in American history there is plenty to see, as Boston is where the Revolutionary War began and of course, the site of the Boston Tea Party. Sports fans too will love the city, which is home to the Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins.
It also has a quirky, varied food culture thanks to its coastal location, rich colonial history and international influences. Boston is far more than just a sea food city with clam chowder and lobster rolls though, as it is known for its baked beans, roast beef sandwiches and cannoli too.
Boston is a city for all seasons. Whether you want to visit Boston during the, winter months with snow on the ground, or when the weather picks up and the city comes alive from Labour Day in July onwards, there is never a bad time to make the trip.
- The Freedom Trail
- Baseball at Fenway Park
- World-leading sea food
- Shows at the Boston Opera House
- Boston Common
- A visit to the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
Choose to include:
- Return flights
- Hotel accommodation
- Tickets to local attractions
- Airport transfers
- Hire car