Along with being the capital of Idaho, Boise is also popular as Idaho’s cultural hub, the city of trees, winter wonderland and much more. Perched on the banks of the Boise river this is one place that remains beautiful throughout the year. Offering diverse opportunities through the year, Boise welcomes you and your fondness for vivid activities at absolutely any given time of the year.
Its colourful autumn, chirpy spring, pleasantly warm summer and cold yet eventful winter bestow to you an opportunity to come and explore, as and when you like. Its beautiful parks, hosting multiple events and festivals including art and literature ones are the perfect events to be a part of against the backdrop of Rocky Mountains! Add in the myriad music fests along with riveting film festivals; not to forget the various skiing events, Boise does not cease to keep you wondering what next!
The museums and structures of the city’s past make for captivating attractions, just enough to leave you beguiled. The downtown’s great culinary scene, complete with a good dose of nightlife is brilliant for and evening out and around the city. The potato-rich history of the city will make you go - whoa! Shopping scenes here are sure to leave you pleasantly surprised.
Juxtaposing all this, is the city’s being a s the new age high-tech city, home to some very promising tech companies. All in all, a great place to quench your thirst for outdoor activities.
The capital of Idaho, Boise is certainly one of the most under-rated cities in the USA, with the scope of Boise Idaho tourism. Bequeathing you with an unexpected European flavor, Boise has a handful of some quaint bistros with a Parisian flare. While you can choose to spend, your evenings strolling around the picturesque city and then heading to these cafes, there are some attractions here that especially call for your attention. The Boise greenbelt, a recreational and alternate transportation trail is a brilliant place to spend the afternoons. The World Center for Birds of Prey is a fabulous place for all bird enthusiasts, given the abundance of information here. Not for the faint hearted, a visit to the Old Idaho Penitentiary is no less than a scene straight out of a psychotic thriller! These attractions and many more are indeed shaping Boise tourism very well!
Boise Travel Tips
Essential travel information and Boise tips for your visit
- Time Zone: Mountain Standard Time Zone; UTC-7/-6
- Currency: USD
- Electricity and Internet: The voltage is 120 V/ 60 Hz. Internet in the form of wi-fi is available at most of the hotels, restaurants and places of interest.
- Languages: English is the only language spoken at Boise.
- Security: Dial 911 for Police, Ambulance or Fire Brigade.
- A top of 5-10% of bill is appreciated.
- Go inner tubing and Whitewater on the Boise River.
- Hike in the Foothills.