The historic city of Boston also famously called as the “cradle of American revolution”, is among the first European settlements in North America. Located in New England on the Atlantic coastline of Massachusetts, it is famous for drawing the educated crowd into the city, with Harvard and MIT at it’s centre Boston is known as the college capital of the United States.
1) Freedom Trail – The three-mile freedom trail leads you the rich historic past of Colonial and Revolutionary war era. There is Old Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel Burying Ground, Old South meeting House( where the ringing speeches of patriots spawned the Boston tea party) and the count continues.
2) Faneuil Hall, Fenway park, Beacon hill, museums, libraries, Harborwalk and cruises are some of the major tourists attractions. Transportation is again one of the reasons that draws crowd into this historic city. The logan airport has four major terminals connected by new people-mover-equipped bridge tunnels that criss-cross the central parking garage. Other option that could be cheaper include T.F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island and Manchester Airport, in Manchester, New Hampshire. Be it Bus, Train, rental cars and cabs, shuttle busses or subway the entire city is very well connected via different transportation facilities, so getting exhausted in the name of travelling and exploring city can never be your excuse.