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BOSTON TRAVEL GUIDE

Boston Hotel and Travel InfoBoston Travel Guide - The city of Boston should be visited at least once in your lifetime. Not only is this city that is a part of the historic past of the United States, it is also a booming metropolitan city with a large selection of things to do. Even though you may find yourself surrounded by skyscrapers and expressways, you will also be surrounded by the colonial and New England feel. Boston is located in Massachusetts and is the capital city of the state. Boston is the most active and populated areas of the state. Whether you have a week or just a day or two, taking the time to visit Boston is worth every minute.

Boston, the city by the bay, has plenty of ways to get around in the public transportation system, museums, galleries, shopping, pubs, sport teams and tours to show off this grand city. The public transportation is one of the best ways to get around Boston and easy to navigate. The Duck Boat Tours shows you Boston from an amphibious landing vehicle. You get the city streets tour and then splash into the Charles River. It is a new and exciting way to tour any area. There are science, history, art and many more museums to choose from. The picture gallery selection can be overwhelming.

Boston City MABoston offers an international choice in cuisine. There is bound to be a great little pub on the almost every single street corner, and they are open daily. The Boston Red Sox are of course the city favorites and it helps that they are the 2004 World Series Champs. You can visit their home in Boston at the Fennway Park. There are tours and gift shops for the baseball lover in your group.

Many look at Boston as the gateway to New England and it is a wonderful starting or ending point to any New England trip. Boston is also an important city because of how much the city did for the America. They played a key role in our history and just walking along the streets you can witness this. When you go to Quincy Market, it only takes a minute for the old city feel to take over. Quincy Market is a shopping area on cobblestone streets. There are no cars permitted to this location.

Boston Travel and Hotel InformationWhile driving in Boston may give you headache, due to the large amount of construction, you can still get around, thanks to the public transportation system. Boston is spending close to 14.6 billion dollars in construction. One of the projects is building a bridge to connect Boston to Cambridge over the Charles River. They are also changing over their expressways. This project known as the 'Big Dig' is one the world's costliest and largest constructions that is being done.

While Boston City may not be as big as New York, there is still plenty to do and see. The city is filled with the arts, history, science and so many other fields that you may wonder if you have enough time to do it all. If not, then take some more time for this fine city. You won't be disappointed in what Boston can do for you.

Boston is located in Massachusetts and is the capital city of the state. Boston is the most active and populated area of the state.