Boston Travel Guide

Boston is the capital of the state of Massachusetts in United States of America. Officially one of the most influential cities, there is no reason at all to not visit the city at least once in your lifetime. The history of Boston is full of revolutions and path breaking events and yet the city breathes air of modernization like no other.

Persuaded by Politics, Boston is academically one of the most renowned places all over the World. The academic institutions here make it a matter of pride for anyone who studies here and the city offers a perfect environment to support that learning. On one hand, this place seems like an area of fancy buildings and perfect if you want to make it big. But on the other hand, the locals and neighborhoods offer you all the warmth that is required to make a place accommodating.

Known as Athens of America, architecture has thrived here from centuries ago. Right from the museums to the libraries to the symphony orchestras, Boston has a lot of things to offer to you! Even as a sports fan there is so much for you to be amazed about. The Celtics, the Bruins give you just about another reason to be very passionate about the city.

The best part about Boston in terms of food undoubtedly is the experiments they do with different kinds of sea foods. Food is an important companion of everybody’s vacation; and here there is an absolute lot to try out. Being one of the oldest cities in the whole of United states, it is difficult to just walk around the streets and not be enlightened by some fun fact on the way. The food in Chinatown, the walk along the Freedom Trail, a quiet day at Boston Public Garden, an afternoon at Fenway Park- you will never get enough of Boston! Each one of you should visit Boston at least once and experience all that it has to offer considering the best time to visit Boston.

Hotels & Restaurants Boston



  • Four Seasons, Boston: This hotel has everything that you need for a perfect 5 star experience. Ideally situated it is definitely the best option if you are looking at spending a lot of money for your accommodation.
  • Mandarin Hotel: This hotel literally defines elegance at its best. If you wish to splurge then this place is amazing at services and everything that it provides.


  • Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston: The location is central and is a perfect place to stay in terms of food, comfort, great staff and of course explore the city as it connects you to most places.
  • The Marriott Boston Custom House: Another historical location, this 26-story landmark was built in 1876, serving as the official customs house. Today, it features condo units with living and dining rooms, microwaves and other amenities. From your accommodation, you can walk to the Waterfront or Fanueil Hall.


  • 463 Beacon Street Guest House: It is ideally situated and ideally priced. Great option to stay at and just simply explore the city with the most basic facilities.
  • Boston Yacht Haven Inn & Marina: Another great option for budget accommodation in Boston.


  • Menton: It is a great place to wine and dine in Boston. The sea food here is to die for!
  • La Voile: Known for its French cuisine, this place serves some lovely desserts.
  • Bull & Finch Pub: This pub in Beacon Hill was the inspiration for the television show Cheers, and is an essential part of a tourist’s Boston experience, complete with a souvenir shop.
  • Legal Sea Foods: This restaurant first started as a fish market in Cambridge and is famous for its New England Clam Chowder. The franchise is open in several locations selling fresh seafood at an affordable price.
  • The Capital Grille: Famous steak house with exemplary barbecue and American food. Even some Greek delicacies here are lovely.

How to reach Boston


  • By Air: Logan Airport is the main Airport and is located in East Boston. Massport gives options for getting to the airport and also out of it.
  • By Train: Amtrak has scheduled train service to Boston from New York and other points in the Northeast Corridor. The trip from New York City takes three and a half hours on Acela Express trains, and about four hours on other trains. Amtrak has three Boston stops: Route 128 is about 12 miles from downtown and is a good place to get off if you are visiting the western or southern suburbs. The third terminal is South Station, near the Financial District and on the Red Line subway. It is convenient if you are staying at the hotels along the waterfront, seaport, and the theater district. Back Bay Station is in the Back Bay, convenient to hotels in the Back Bay, South End, and the Orange Line subway.
  • By Bus: Nationwide operating bus companies including Peter Pan and Greyhound stop downtown at the South Station. Several regional bus companies offer scheduled services from Boston to Connecticut, Cape Cod, Rhode Island, New York City and New Hampshire.
  • By Road: There are three main routes into Boston:• I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) from the West• I-95 from the North and South• I-93 from the North and South


  • By Foot: This is the best way to completely explore the city and absorb everything that it has to offer.
  • Driving: Parking is difficult but that is the only issues. The cab drivers are great and know the city really well. Renting a car is not advisable but you can if you wish to.
  • By cycle: It is best to get around the city on cycle as it is a lovely ay to soak in the air of the city.
  • Commuter Rail: The subways, the commuter rail and the MBTA system is quite advanced and you can definitely use it to get to your destination in Boston.

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