The city of Boston stands at the amounts of the child’s and mystic rivers at the east coast of the United States of America situated on the banks of Massachusetts Bay Boston features a fine natural harbor.
There’s ample space for triumph as well as its wildlife. The green spaces are not only the heart of the city but they also form the oldest park in the United States. Oh well, this Boston Travel Guide and Offline City Map & Metro Support has important information before you visit the place.
Boston is a compact and highly livable city there are numerous options to explore Boston but the best way to discover the city is by foot its nickname “The Walking City”. For good reason the freedom trail is a self-guided walking tour that’s easy to pick up where you see the distinctive red markings on the sidewalk.
Faneuil Hall often referred to as the cradle of Liberty was the stage from which Samuel Adams and James Otis fan the winds of revolution, and just behind are the Quincy and hall markets of Boston’s most popular places to eat and hang out stop by the 17th century home of Paul Revere, a patriot in the American Revolution.
The USS Constitution launched in 1797 Old Ironsides is the world’s oldest commissioned naval vessel flow everywhere along the waterfront of Boston.
This is a city with salt in its blood. The harbor is also the place to jump aboard the many scenic views. Cruises offer great services to have a short break to relax and see the fruits of the sea. Boston seafood is so fresh it’s where it almost left onto your plate.
Once you’ve explored the freedom trail it’s time to simply follow your nose.
Beacon Hill has hardly changed over the past 150 with its gas-lit streets and federal-style row houses, is one of Boston’s most beautiful neighborhoods child street. It’s easy to lose a few hours in the antique shops hunting down the perfect souvenir of old Boston Newbury street and neighboring Back Bay is one of America’s great shopping avenues featuring everything from exclusive emporiums to sidewalk stalls. Back Bay also offers plenty of places to chill out and reflect like Copley Square which features the Trinity Church, that contrasts with the modern Hancock Tower that dominates the skyline.
To get closer to the heavens and for the best views of Boston take the elevator to the Skywalk Observatory in the nearby Prudential Tower Boston, which is a part of the city that owes much to its immigrants who came here filled with hopes, dreams and traditions. These cultures have become part of Boston, from the culinary delights of Little Italy to the Irish pubs which quench the thirst of this hard work and city.
Boston is such a happy place, in a city that rests on past glories where there are over 50 colleges Universities within the Greater Boston area.
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