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Boston Holidays

The historical jewel in America's crown, Boston is the capital of Massachusetts that, despite its small size, draws the attention of visitors through its terrific trio of history, art and culture. Travellers who have an admiration for the past of the US and look for exciting tourist destinations in the USA will get an opportunity to discover the undiscovered at this imperial city home to narrow streets, world-class museums and imposing historical buildings. Book a luxury holiday package for one of its lavish properties such as the Revere Hotel and the Hotel Commonwealth, and stay at a premium location easily accessible to some of its major tourists attractions such as Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Freedom Trail and Fenway Park. Read more ...

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Boston, Massachusetts travel guide

  • Boston has a tradition unlike any other city in America. It was here in 1773, when America was still a colony of the British Empire and residents, angered over a heavy tax on tea imposed by King George III, launched a bold nighttime protest in which they dumped 342 chests of English tea into the Boston Harbor. The Boston Tea Party, as the raid was called, was the first major event that would lead to the American Revolution. While proud of its history, Boston has adjusted well to modernity. In 2004, Boston finally completed its decades long Big Dig project. The stunning Leonard P. Zakim Bridge, with a width of 180 feet, is the widest cable stayed bridge in the world and the crowning achievement in the single most expensive feat of civil engineering in human history. The completion of the project has made a city already laced with stunning parks and colonial era architecture even more beautiful.

  • Boston has a tradition unlike any other city in America. It was here in 1773, when America was still a colony of the British Empire and residents, angered over a heavy tax on tea imposed by King George III, launched a bold nighttime protest in which they dumped 342 chests of English tea into the Boston Harbor. The Boston Tea Party, as the raid was called, was the first major event that would lead to the American Revolution.

    While proud of its history, Boston has adjusted well to modernity. In 2004, Boston finally completed its decades long Big Dig project. The stunning Leonard P. Zakim Bridge, with a width of 180 feet, is the widest cable stayed bridge in the world and the crowning achievement in the single most expensive feat of civil engineering in human history. The completion of the project has made a city already laced with stunning parks and colonial era architecture even more beautiful.

  • Despite its traditions and its idyllic facade, Boston has more than its fair share of excitement. With more than 20 universities, including world-famous Harvard University, and over 100,000 students, Boston is the quintessential college town. From its outstanding live music venues to the fascinating museum and lively parks, Boston pulses with the energy of youth.

  • As long as there are fish in the sea, Boston will be a seafood town. New England clam chowder is Boston's most famous delicacy and is a must try. While traditional sea fare is as popular as ever, interesting new restaurants of all varieties are popping up every day across the city.

    Legal Sea Foods

    Boston's most famous seafood chain is the place to go for a cup of New England clam chowder or other specialty seafood dishes. Legal's clam chowder is so good it has been served at every presidential inauguration since 1981.

    Union Oyster House

    The oldest continually running restaurant in America has been serving traditional New England-style fare since 1826. Try the Shore Dinner,which comes with oyster chowder, steamers (steamed clams dipped in butter), corn and boiled lobster.

    Mooo

    This is a sleek and modern steakhouse serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch menus prepared by chef/owner Jamie Mammano. The restaurant has a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere and boasts an award-winning wine list.

    Scollay Square

    Enjoy American comfort food for lunch or dinner any day of the week. Scollay Square also serves brunch on Sundays. Pair your meal with one of their cocktails, like a Bloody Mary from their "Make Your Own Bloody Mary Bar."

    Victoria's Diner

    Voted "Boston's Best Diner" in 2012 by Boston Magazine, Victoria's is a great place for breakfast, lunch or dinner. They also serve wine, beer, and "adult" coffee beverages in addition to other non-alcoholic specialty coffees.

    Hard Rock Cafe

    Enjoy classic American cooking while surrounded by rock 'n roll memorabilia. The Hard Rock Cafe in Boston is also a full bar and serves as an entertainment venue. Purchase iconic Hard Rock Cafe merchandise in the restaurant's shop.

  • Boston is a diehard sports town, and that infatuation is reflected in its bar scene. However, the trendy lounges and dive bars of Back Bay offer an alternative to the sports bar scene. Home to rock legends such as Aerosmith, the Pixies and, well, Boston. Boston is a live music town with several outstanding venues. Electronic music aficionados should head to Lansdowne Street, where the young and scantily clad come to dance the night away.

    The Black Rose

    Coats of arms, Irish flags and photos of the motherland coat the walls of this traditional Irish pub where Guinness flows freely from the taps. Weekends occasionally feature live Irish music and dancing.

    Cheers Boston

    Visit the iconic neighborhood bar that inspired the setting of the world famous and much beloved TV series "Cheers". The bar serves wholesome food and drinks, hosts several live events and welcomes children until 10pm.

    Top of the Hub

    At 52 floors up, this in-the-clouds lounge has incomparable views embracing Boston Harbor, Back Bay, Logan Airport and the far suburbs. Hip jazz combos swing for starry-eyed dancers, and cheerful servers pour from an extensive drinks (and good wine) list. Bands play nightly from 9 to 1, and during Sunday brunch. There's no cover charge at the bar, but there's a $24 per person minimum at tables after 8 pm.

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