History permeates every cobblestone street in Boston, but the city’s maze of crooked and brownstone-lined roads leads you through both past and present. Stroll beyond old churches ... Read More
Be sure to walk the Freedom Trail, which follows the path Paul Revere rode during the American Revolution. Rent a boat on the harbor or the Charles River, or try a swan boat in the Boston Public Garden. Head to Copley Square to see the finish line of the Boston Marathon or take the T to Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. Go beyond the old-world architecture of Beacon Hill and the Back Bay to see a range of enclaves. And make sure to cross the river to the erudite but hip neighboring city of Cambridge. Wherever you go, don’t forget to try a bowl of clam chowder and a slice of Boston cream pie.