Boston Travel Guide | Boston, Massachusetts
If you remember my article about spending a day in Manhattan as we were in New Jersey for a wedding. after spending a day in Manhattan, having a wonderful time and the wedding we headed to visit Boston, my husband’s birthplace. I heard so much about Boston that I was really impatient to see it with my eyes.
Boston is a fantastic city that should be on everyone’s list of places to visit in the United States because it has so much to offer.
Boston is one of America’s oldest and most historically significant cities.
Boston, with its rich history, outstanding sports leagues, and vibrant American culture, is a must see today. Every turn in the city reveals a different facet of the city’s personality.
To be honest, Boston has become one of my favorite cities, and I am already looking forward to my second visit: this time, we will visit during the summer, when the locals say that the city is completely different in the summer, with colorful trees and an active outdoor life similar to that of Europe.
Though some say it’s not a good idea to visit during bad weather on your first trip, I didn’t mind walking in the cold rainy Boston at all. If it was that lovely during the gloomy season, I can only image how lovely it will be in summer.
Places to visit in Boston
We were staying at a relative’s house and had to take an uber to the main city because it was a little out of the town.
Our first visit was Harvard Square in Cambridge city, and all I need to say is that this city grew on me: it looked like I was in Europe, and I even dare to say that it reminded me of my homeland Yerevan.
After wandering around the Harvard University we took a Red Line subway from Harvard Square and headed to Downtown as known as Financial District.
Things to see in Boston
Here are my suggestions for the finest things to include on your Boston calendar to help you get the most out of your vacation.
- Harvard Square | Harvard University
Coffeehouses, small bookshops, theaters, and record shops throng the streets. Harvard University, the neighborhood’s…