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EXPLORE BOSTON

Steeped in history, enveloped in brownstone architecture and dotted with splendid green spaces, this progressive city hides many a secret up its sleeve. Home of the prestigious Harvard University and the Red Sox baseball team, Boston will leave an indelible mark on you.

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Sample Itineraries

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Full day Itinerary

Walk the Freedom Trail, visit an art museum and an Ivy League university, stroll through Boston’s oldest park and attend a historic tea party.

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Half day Itinerary 1

Learn about the city’s rich history on a self-guided walk, window-shop at Newbury Street and end the day with a stroll at the Boston Common park.

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Half day Itinerary 2

Pick up chic local brands on Newbury Street and spend the afternoon browsing books. Indulge in haute couture and great views while you’re at it.

The main city airport is Boston Logan International Airport. Flights from across the world land here, and there are plenty of domestic connections available as well.

Boston’s primary train station is sited in the historic South Station building. From here, you can connect to cities across the Eastern United States via an extensive network of rail services.

The main bus terminal in Boston is the South Station Bus Terminal, and all intercity and interstate buses depart from here. You can buy the ticket from the counters on the third floor of the Transportation Center.

EdiThe United States has an efficient and easy to navigate network of national and state highways. You can take Interstate 495 or Route 128 to get from Boston onto the national grid.