10 MUST-VISIT ATTRACTIONS IN BOSTON

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The city of Boston, one of the oldest in the United States and also one of the most historic, makes it a destination you should visit, especially if you are going to spend a few days in New York City, because it is so close to the Big Apple you can visit it very easily, you just have to find a tour that takes you to Boston, our recommendation is goo.gl/KBxNad

As we told you earlier, this city is rich in history and for that reason, it has places you can’t miss if you are traveling in Boston. In this guide, we will tell you which are those attractions, destinations, streets, parks, and museums that you should go and see when you are in Boston.

Mercado Faneuil Hall

Faneuil Hall – Source vacationidea.com

This place is one of those places you should not miss when you are in Boston, this building is very important in American history, there were several speeches for the independence of the United States. The building is a marketplace where you can find many restaurants, street shows and also stroll through the streets imagining what Boston was like in its early years.

Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts – Source go.rollingout.com

This museum is great, there you will find thousands of works that will astonish you is a place to be surprised. What can you see in this museum? You can see works by artists such as El Greco, Rembrandt, Renoir, Degas, Monet, a collection of 5,000 pieces of Japanese pottery, you can also see the largest collection of Egyptian antiques around the world and see temporary exhibitions. It’s definitely one of the best places in Boston, a museum where you’ll never stop having fun.

Boston Public Garden

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The Boston Public Garden is one of Boston’s wonders for locals and tourists alike. In this public park, you can do hundreds of activities, enjoy a cysteine boat ride, lie down on its meadow and let time pass, walk or cycle through the park, relax under the shade of a tree and read a book, well, as you know you can do a lot of things there. As a curious fact, the Boston Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in the United States. The Boston Public Garden is located in downtown Boston, next to Boston Common, just a short walk from Park Street and the Arlington subway stop.

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Boston HarborWalk

Boston HarborWalk – Source www.remergeventures.com

A great place to walk along the coast. In this tour, you can take some of the best photos of Boston and take some incredible memories with you, besides walking you can enjoy the wide gastronomic offer that Boston has, see from the port the Financial District with its modern buildings, appreciate the public art that is there and sees a beautiful sunset. It’s a plan in which you’ll spend some very pleasant hours, a plan that you can’t miss if you go to Boston because this place is quite a spectacle.

Newbury Street

Newbury Street – Source bradvisors.com

If you want to go shopping in Boston this street is the perfect place to do it. It is a very commercial street where you can find a great variety of shops and different brands, besides shopping you can also enjoy the architecture of the place which is very picturesque. Newbury Street is an excellent option to buy and enjoy the city at the same time as this street is very close to many other Boston attractions.

Boston Public Library

Boston Public Library – Source www.bostonmagazine.com

A library of great significance in American culture, the Boston Public Library was the first large library in the United States and the first to lend books for people to take home.  The library is very beautiful, its construction is unique, inside it you will see sculptures, murals, and really incredible study rooms. In addition, its backyard is beautiful, a place that was thought to spend hours reading.

Harvard Square

Harvard Square – Source en.wikipedia.org

A very pleasant place where you can feel the university spirit of the city. Harvard Square is a popular place for tourists and you can find excellent bookstores, theaters, music stores, bars and restaurants in that part of the city. In addition, this place is famous for being the heart of the historic Harvard University. Harvard Square’s nightlife is very popular and you can party late at night there. Harvard Square is one of the most fantastic places in Boston.

Granary Burying Ground

Granary Burying Ground -Source cemeterytravel.com

A historic cemetery in Boston, this cemetery has many gravestones with the remains of the fighters for the independence of the United States, a place that takes you back in time. Their old tombstones are already crooked over the years and in many of them you can no longer read the names of the people who were buried there, but that gives the place a more striking touch. Access to the Granary Burying Ground is free of charge and is also a good place to take great pictures.

Old North Church

Old North Church – Source travel.usnews.com

This church is one of the most emblematic places of the North End neighborhood, its construction is from the British colonial era and its Gregorian architectural style makes it one of the most beautiful and photographed churches in Boston. This church is also an emblem of the American Revolution, as history has it that this is where Paul Revere’s famous midnight walk took place. It is undoubtedly one of the places to visit when you are in Boston, first for its history and second because the place is very well preserved.

Skywalk Observatory

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If you’ve already seen Boston from the harbor, now you must watch it from the sky. In the Skywalk Observatory, you can see the city of Boston from above, an experience you cannot miss, from there you will see the majesty of the city, is an absolutely great place and you will love. For many people, this is the perfect place to take pictures of Boston as you can see the whole city.

By |April 10th, 2018|

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