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Trips to Boston
Famous for their non-romantic English accent, Bostonians are proud of their revolutionary past and the role their city played in liberating the United States from British rule. Given that such decisive events as the Tea Party and the Boston Massacre took place in the city and its surroundings, it is not surprising that history is still of great importance today.
Thus, the city has the Freedom Trail, a walk of about 4 km that runs between the elegant Boston Common park and the Charlestown neighborhood. It is signposted entirely with red brick and passes through sixteen important sites related to the American people's struggle, including the Paul Revere House and the Old South Meeting House. The self-guided tour concludes at the USS Constitution, a frigate that is the oldest warship in the world still afloat.
Boston is famous throughout the world for being the headquarters of Harvard University. Although few are fortunate enough to study at this prestigious university, its magnificent buildings are well worth a visit, especially public spaces such as the Harvard Museum of Natural History. Although not as prestigious, there are also many other prominent knowledge venues that are worth visiting on your trips to Boston, such as Tufts and Boston College.
As you would expect from a city famous for its intellectual roots, museums and cultural activities abound. In addition to major museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Science, Boston also has more modest institutions, such as the Children's Museum of Boston, the New England Aquarium and the Franklin Zoo. All of them are perfect to enjoy culture and leisure family as you travel to Boston.
The city is also famous for its distinguished theaters and performing arts companies. While enjoying the exquisite decoration of theaters such as the Cutler Majestic and the Orpheum or the Opera House, the visitor can attend shows of prestigious companies such as the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Ballet, a perfect way to relax and imbibe the culture and history of one of the most fascinating cities in the United States.
Where to sleep in Boston
Being the capital of Massachusetts, it is not surprising that Boston has a wide selection of hotels to stay at. Check the websites, where you will find 279 accommodation options and book the place that best suits your tastes and budget.
Among the most elegant and exclusive hotels you can book in Boston are Mandarin Oriental Boston, located at 776 Boylston St, and Four Seasons Hotel Boston, at 200 Boylston St. Of course, if you are looking for something more affordable, Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro and Harvard Square Hotel are two other accommodation options that might also interest you.
When you think of Boston, you are sure to imagine the Hynes Convention Center. Doesn't the idea of staying for a walk from that iconic place appeal to you? You can do this if you choose establishments such as Fairmont Copley Plaza, Boston, which is just 0,7 km away, or The Eliot Hotel, just 0,4 km away. It's up to you!