With suggested itineraries Boston becomes much easier and more convenient to navigate. With
suggested itineraries it's harder to miss the famed attractions, sightseeing
destinations and great amenities the city provides. Prioritizing
and organizing your time with suggested Boston itineraries
can be a helpful way to plan your holiday without feeling
scattered or stretching yourself too thin. When following
suggested itineraries Boston can be broken up into several
different areas and different paces so you can do what
you want to do when you feel like doing it. After all,
it is your vacation!
For 1-3 day Boston itineraries why not begin with a
walking tour down the Freedom
Trail and pass many of the city's historical
attractions along the way. Walk from Boston
Common through the bustling downtown area and quaint
North End. In Boston's Italian-American district,
the North End is a perfect place to grab a delicious pizza
or delectable pasta dish before continuing on an evening
stroll around Beacon Hill. Exciting nightlife fills the
evening air with music and laughter and joining the relaxed
crowds at a local pub, or spending the evening dancing
to work off your dinner is a perfect way to end the evening.
An easy half day can be spent shopping at Boston's most loved market, Faneuil
Hall Marketplace or moving to the affluent Newbury
Street for some retail therapy. Golf is great to add to your Boston itineraries list and you
can enjoy a game at a course only minutes drive from the
city. Or opt to spend a day at a Newbury street day
spa and get wrapped, scrubbed and polished until you
feel totally re-energized!
For 4-7 days to spend in the city take the above Boston
itineraries and add a day touring Harvard
Square in the easygoing heart of Cambridge.
Tour the infamous Harvard University and area museums
and galleries. Cambridge is a gourmet hotspot perfect
for grabbing a gratifying meal at an award winning restaurant.
For a look back into colonial times take a drive up the
coast to Salem Massachusetts and
tour the town of the famous witch trials. Take a walking
tour of the town's historic attractions, check out
the unique shops and have dinner along the city harbor.
If you're feeling enthusiastic put a visit to Gloucester on the Boston itineraries agenda and consider staying
overnight before heading back into the city. When in the
city take a look at Fenway Park events and take in a Red Sox game or participate in one
of the many planned events and festivals at the stadium.
If enjoying a full week or more in Boston, don't
worry, you're Boston itineraries still looking pretty
full when adding the above activities to even more options.
On the list of Boston suggested itineraries is a trip
to the Boston Harbor which no Boston trip is complete
without. A short walk from the North End Boston Harbor
is full of fun things to do. Head to Long Wharf or Rowes
Wharf and take a sightseeing cruise of the harbor. If
you're in Boston from May to October consider adding whale watching to your Boston suggested itineraries. While in the harbor
area be sure to visit the New
England Aquarium and get a look at some of the areas
interesting aquatic life.
If in Boston in the winter time take in a show of musical
genius by the Boston Symphony Orchestra or a seamless
performance by the Boston Ballet When adding museums and
art galleries on your list of Boston suggested itineraries
,don't forget to jot down and visit the Museum
of Fine Arts. This can easily and most enjoyabley
take up a full day in itself. Be sure to arrive when the
museum opens at 10am, beat the crowds and allow ample
time to see all the breathtaking art collections from
all over the world. If preferring not to explore the museum
on your own, take a guided tour beginning at 10:30am and
be ready for the wealth of information coming at you from
one of the very art-savvy guides.