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Boston

Boston is one of America’s most forward-thinking cities. It is also America’s oldest city. As soon as you step off the plane and walk down this picturesque and majestic city’s cobbled streets, you’ll be met by historical sites, established museums and trendy art scenes.

The Freedom Trail connects all 16 of Boston’s historical sites, which practically makes the city an outdoor museum. You’ve to admire a city that boasts one of the best known sports teams in the world – The Boston Red Sox – and where the national dish is lobster and clam chowder. Boston feels lived in, and it’s friendly, welcoming and full of character.

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Boston – where everybody knows your name! Fans of TV show Cheers will be excited to know that you can visit Cheers Beacon Hill, the bar and restaurant that was used as an outdoor set in the show.

Located just opposite the Boston Public Garden, make sure you get some good photos.

Boston weather

Five-day forecast

MONDAY

26.09.

19°C

TUESDAY

27.09.

20°C

WEDNESDAY

28.09.

22°C

THURSDAY

29.09.

18°C

FRIDAY

30.09.

17°C

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Top 5 things to do in Boston

10 facts about Boston

1.

Boston is named after a town in England where the settlers who founded the city were from.

2.

It is illegal to call any part of the day ‘Happy Hour’ in Boston – an old law!

3.

Boston has a few parks and Boston Common is the oldest public park in the USA – it was built in 1634.

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The Boston Red Sox (baseball team) have left their mark on the city by patenting Fenway Green.

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America’s first subway, the Tremont Street Subway, was built in Boston in 1897.

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Boston’s nickname is Beantown.

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During the years 1659 – 1681, it was illegal for Bostonians to celebrate Christmas. This is because the Pilgrims believed Christmas to be corrupted.

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Boston introduced driving tests in 1920.

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How’s this for a claim to fame? The Boston University Bridge is the only place anywhere in the world where a boat can sail under a train going under a vehicle driving under an airplane.

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Boston boasts the deepest tunnel in North America: the Ted William’s Tunnel is almost 90 feet deep.

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