Top experiences in Boston
While it may have been easy to tune out American History classes in high school, it’s hard to ignore the history that surrounds you in Boston. Known as the heart of America (sorry Washington DC and Pennsylvania), the Hub is home to notable figures in U.S. history, such as John Adams and John F. Kennedy. Old beautiful brownstones, cobble-stone roads and historic buildings are almost on every corner, even in the busiest streets of Downtown.
If history is not your forte, fear not for Boston has something for everyone. Foodies & visitors with a sweet tooth will also be glad to hear that the city has a plethora of food options for all taste buds. From Italian in the North end to cupcakes on Newbury Street, be prepared to spend money on nothing but the best eats.
Need a break? Take a stroll through Beacon Hill, where even alleyways are beautiful. Don't let the crisp fall or winter air deter you - The Boston Common and the Esplanade also offer the avid outdoorsy types excellent venues for walking, running, biking and skating.
And finally, the nightlife is not just for the college-aged students (though they do occupy many bar scenes). In Boston, you can grab a beer at a local bar or dance the night away at a club or find the happy medium at a bar/club anywhere from Downtown to Allston.
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