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Explore Boston, a city where old meets new. A city where modern skyscrapers rub shoulders with historic buildings.
Discover the elegant, vibrant Gateway to New England, the cradle of the American Revolution and great seat of American learning.
The city has a European feel, offering heritage, memorable sightseeing, and some fantastic shopping opportunities. The Tremont House is a short walk away from Downtown Crossing’s famous stores – including Filene's and Saks Fifth Avenue. Boston's superb public transport system – the ‘T’ - means you're never far from all the city's other attractions.Read more
Wrap up warm and walk the famous Freedom Trail through the heart of the city, taking in the gold-domed State House on the Common, Paul Revere's House, and Old North Church, from where Revere began his historic ride to Concord, to warn the Revolutionaries that 'the British are coming'. The trail ends at famous Fanueil Hall and nearby Quincy Market, with their incredible array of stalls and speciality shops. Close by, the New England Aquarium on the Harborside is one of the world's finest, while the habour offers some of the best views of Boston’s skyline.
Across the Charles River, Cambridge is home to Harvard University and bustling Harvard Square, while throughout the city, there are museums and galleries, theatres and cinemas, as well as countless restaurants, bars and brewery houses - traditional pubs serving great food and home-brewed Boston Ale - to enjoy. Foodies visiting Boston should certainly try a lobster roll while here.
Discover America's most European city with Newmarket Holidays.