Introducing Boston

Boston, capital of Massachusetts and a city where food rules. The cuisine here is similar to the rest of New England cuisine and with its coastal location, seafood eats and delicious clam chowder are the crowns of the local culture. From tasty fresh lobster to seaside fish and chips, you can’t beat the catch here. So for those who have come on a culinary journey in the US, you’ll feel right at home in the city’s many laidback restaurants. For those who want a bit of culture, you’ll find plenty of museums and galleries, monuments and statues, as well as some significant historical or political buildings such as the Massachusetts State House. The city is also home to the history of the Boston Tea Party, a famous act of American colonial defiance served as a protest against taxation back in the 1700s.

Highlights of Boston

Old South Meeting House
This is the historic site of The Sons of Liberty and the Boston Tea Party, an act of resistance and colonial defiance which took place during the 1770s.
Freedom Trail
Take the two and a half mile Freedom Trail which weave through downtown Boston to 16 different significant sites.
Boston Common
Stroll through the famous 19th Century Boston Common public park area, home to a number of monumental structures.
Fenway Park
A baseball park which is home to the legendary Red Sox!
New England Aquarium
A huge aquarium offering a fun day out for the whole family; the site also features the Simons IMAX Theatre and New England Aquarium Whale Watch.

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