Historic sites from the time of the Revolutionary War; modern skyscrapers; a leading medical, high-tech, and financial centre; museums and performance arts; more than 40 institutions of higher learning; and great shopping; Boston has it all. It also has a long list of the nation’s firsts; the first publicly supported library, public school, subway system, and the citywide First Night (New Year’s Eve) celebration to name a few. One of the oldest cities in the US, Boston thrives on diversity and being first as much as possible.
Everywhere you go in Boston there’s history. Colonial buildings downtown, brownstones in Back Bay and Beacon Hill, 19th-century mansions, and historic buildings adapted for reuse to house businesses and shops. To help you see Boston's attractions book at tour when booking your Boston flight. There are walking tours, trolley tours, Duck tours, and to choose from or visit the Prudential Center Skywalk Observatory and enjoy the 360 degree views of the city.
The first thing travellers coming off their Boston flights notice is just how much this compact city has to offer. On the high end, Boston is nearly as expensive as New York, but you can explore the city and dine on a student’s budget. Food trucks in up to 30 locations around the city are becoming a popular option for meals and put Boston on our list of Top 10 street food cities.