Ah, Boston, Massachusetts... you (probably) know it today as the home of the Red Sox, Boston Tea Party, Freedom Trail and sensational seafood. But did you know it was the first American city to have a subway, a public beach, a public park, a college, a chocolate factory and a Dunkin' Donuts? It's time to book your first visit to Beantown (it's one of Boston's many nicknames). Not your first visit? We can't wait to see you again!
For freshly shucked oysters – Union Oyster House. Ready for some serious name dropping? Meet one of America’s oldest operating restaurants. Cooking up a storm since 1826, the Union Oyster House is all about fresh seafood, creamy chowder and home-baked cornbread. A former favourite of statesman Daniel Webster and JFK, this national landmark is a major must-see and must-eat.
A charming neighbourhood – Beacon Hill. This historic neighbourhood is among the city’s most scenic. Cobblestone streets, vintage gas lamps and cosy brownstones will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time, while high-end boutiques and intimate bistros will call to your wallet.
For big-label shopping – Prudential Center. Located in Boston’s well-heeled Back Bay neighbourhood, the Prudential Center houses dozens of high-end shops and restaurants to satisfy even the most discerning tastes. After a day of shopping, treat yourself to fine dining and panoramic views at the Top of the Hub, located on the 52nd floor.
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