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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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Browse A Bookstore
Open :9.00AM-9.00PM
Ranked as one of the best bookstores in a city that is rich in literary heritage, Brookline Booksmith stocks a great selection of books by both local and international authors, and also hosts poetry readings and talks. There is also a lovely travel section with brilliant maps and guidebooks.
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Boston Public Library
Open :9.00AM-9.00PM
This revered institution holds within its hallowed halls an extensive research collection and exhibition rooms displaying rare books and art. Walk the brown marble floors, gaze at the Roman-style entrance hall and admire the incredible murals that adorn its walls.
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Shop And Take In The Sights
Open :11.00AM-8.00PM
Home to brands like Vera Bradley, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sephora and more, the shops at Prudential Center have a wide range of options to indulge in. After your retail therapy, head up to the Skywalk Observatory on the fiftieth floor for sweeping views of the city at twilight.
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Shop Outdoors On Newbury Street
From classic couture like Chanel to vintage finds in little boutiques, the charismatic Newbury Street has it all. Stroll down the street, lined with stately brownstone buildings, which span up to eight blocks and pamper yourself with high-end shopping. Don’t miss stopping by the chic street-side cafes and restaurants for a delicious pause.
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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Open :11.00AM-5.00PM
The soaring Venetian-style building, which is a work of art in itself, houses over two thousand five hundred priceless art objects painstakingly collected by socialite and art patron Isabella Steward Gardner. Browse through the collection of paintings, sculptures, ceramics, photos and letters that span centuries.
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Relive A Historical Moment
Open :10.00AM-5.00PM
The multi-sensory Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum lets you relive the momentous event through an engaging experience. Explore restored tea ships, watch actors re-enact important scenes, browse through interactive exhibits and, of course, end with a spot of tea at the charming tea room
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Experience A Tryst With The Past
Open :9.00AM-4.00PM
Delve into the history of the city on a self-guided walk through its neighbourhoods. Laid out in 1958, the 2.5-mile sign-posted Freedom Trail connects sixteen landmark sites from the Boston Harbour to Charlestown. Amble past iconic memorials, historic churches, ancient marketplaces and much more on this tour.
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Harvard University
Open :9.00AM-5.00PM
America’s oldest college, the prestigious Harvard University was established in 1636 and is an architectural marvel that is steeped in history. Walk the storied grounds of the university, which has produced many US presidents, Nobel laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners.
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Connect With Nature At Boston Common
No matter which season you visit in, Boston Common offers spectacular displays of foliage. From once being a cattle-grazing ground and the site of public hangings in the 1800s, to a present day-venue for concerts in the summer and ice-skating in winter, this is a lovely space at which to soak in the city’s atmosphere.
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