Home to approximately 609,000 people and founded in 1630, Boston, Massachusetts is among the largest, and oldest cities in the United States.
Boston, Massachusetts is home to some of the most prestigious schools in the world, such as Boston University, Harvard University, and Northeastern University. With over 100 universities and colleges, and enrolment in the high hundreds of thousands, Boston is often referred to as "The Athens of America".
After a long day of touring around this beautiful city, you can relax and have at drink at the Bull & Finch Pub, the very bar that the show "Cheers" takes place. Or you may want to grab a bite to eat at the Union Oyster House, the oldest restaurant in the United States. After a full day of exploring you can relax at any of the luxury boston hotels in the area.
Along with its outstanding education system, Boston is also home to some of the most successful sports franchises in the world. At the TD Garden, you can see the Boston Celtics (17-time NBA Champions) or the Boston Bruins (5-time Stanley Cup Champions) play. At Fenway Park, the 7-time World Series Champions, the Boston Red Socks play, while at Gillette Stadium you could watch the New England Patriots (3-time Superbowl Champions) play.
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Boston is also home to the world's oldest and most popular marathon in the world, The Boston Marathon, which takes place every year on Patriots Day.
Being a relatively compact city, most of Boston's sites and attractions are within walking distance of each other. Here you can visit one of the many historic sites and national parks, or walk through one of the many museums such as the Museum of Fine Arts and Science. You could also take your whole family to one of the many aquariums or zoos located in the city.
After a long day of touring around this beautiful city, you can relax and have at drink at the Bull & Finch Pub, the very bar that the show "Cheers" takes place. Or you may want to grab a bite to eat at the Union Oyster House, the oldest restaurant in the United States.
Along with shows constantly being put on at one of the many performing arts centers, Boston also offers guided tours of famous places such as Fenway Park and the Samuel Adams Brewery.
Whether you are a fan or sports, the nightlife, or tours and museums, Boston, Massachusetts has it all! Come and check out what this beautiful city has to offer -- you'll never want to leave!