Boston Tours

Boston is the heart of Massachusetts even though its location lies on the easterly side of the state. It is a city of striking diversity and rich, abundant history and great for enjoying Boston tours. The refreshing spring season brings everyone out of their inter shells and temperate summers see a bustle of activity. Fall is cool and crisp and a perfect time for Boston tours with beautiful contrasting colors brightening up the city streets. Boston tours are a perfect way to see the city's highlights and most Boston tours are best in the warmer months of spring, summer and early fall.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

When you tour Boston definitely visit Faneuil Hall Marketplace which is fantastic place revered by locals and visitors and definitely not to be missed when visiting Boston. Appetizing food stalls of every variety, delectable cafes and restaurants, free outdoor entertainment, and fantastic shopping can all be found at Faneuil Hall. Conveniently located in historic downtown Boston and directly on the Freedom Trail, it's easy to spend a day or even full day and tour Boston attractions nearby. If visiting in the evening, the daytime bustle of shoppers is replaced by exciting nightlife in the bars and restaurants found in the area.

Historic Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is a 19th century, residential neighborhood found in downtown Boston and located north of Boston Common and is a perfect Boston day trip. Take a walk through quaint Charles Street when you tour Boston and go back in time where antique shops, cobblestone sidewalks, gas lamps and 19th century stately row house line the streets. The best time to visit to take this guided or self guided Boston day trip and appreciate the true beauty of the neighborhood is in spring when everything is in full bloom or fall when the natural colors highlight the streets and house brilliantly. Team this walking tour with a trip to Boston Common and the Boston Public Garden and enjoy a one of the areas restaurants for a full Boston day trip

Downtown Crossing

Another fun Boston day trip is Downtown Crossing on the other side of Boston Common. This is a colorful center in the city that boasts fantastic shopping deals, superb lunch spots and good sightseeing. Between sightseeing, dining and shopping this makes a great day trip in Boston. There are numerous attractions such as the Boston Harbor, Old State House and Boston National historic Park. There are lots of theaters in the area as well as Paul Revere House, the Museum of Science and the Museum of Fine Arts. If taking advantage of even some of what Downtown Crossing has to offer this will be a full day trip in Boston

Newbury Street

Some of the best shopping in the city can be found at Newbury Street and is not to be missed. For those who love shopping this will easily turn into a full day trip in Boston! It could turn into 2 day trips depending on what your shopping style is! Everything from galleries, quaint antique shops, luxury shopping and some of the city's finest dining is on and around Newbury Street. When coming up for a little air grab a cappuccino or latte at one of the many outdoor cafes and settle in for some great people watching. If you love shopping, you will not forget this one of many wonderful Boston trips.

Marthas Vineyard and Area

When the hustle and bustle of Boston city life gets to you taking Boston trips to Marthas Vineyard, Provincetown and the Cape Cod area can take the edge off. A short drive and ferry ride to the island or the cape can be perfect for a relaxing day at the beach. Consider staying at a historic inn or bed and breakfast overnight and spend a day or two at the ocean, cycling, touring the winery, whale watching or just walk around and sightsee, shop and dine to your heart's delight. There's not a lack of things to do in these areas, especially if only visiting for a day or two. Boston trips to the island are popular for a very good reason!

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