Thursday, 27 March 2014

Holidays in Boston

Welcome to Boston! Well known for its rich American history and quirky architecture, no wonder this is one of the most desirable cities to visit in the USA. Fancy a morning sail across sparkling waters on the coast of Massachusetts, visiting some of Boston’s most picturesque islands along the way? Feel like catching a breath-taking whale watching trip to admire some of the most beautiful animals of the sea on an enlivening catamaran ride? With such a diverse range of things to see and do, it’s no surprise that Boston hosts over 12 million annual visitors. You could be one of them...

If you fancy a Boston city break, a serious shopping trip is vital! Luckily Boston has some of the best shopping centres and restaurants in America, so whether it’s a large department store, a friendly boutique or an all you can eat American diner that takes your fancy, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’ve treated yourself to an Armani handbag or a triple decker cheese burger, there’s still more to see and do in Boston

Boston is a city where history and cultures are greatly treasured, creating ideal trips out for any history enthusiasts. Travel back in time to 1773 and recall the events of the Boston Tea Party. Take a tour of the ships and museums and discover real artefacts that play a part in the story that is so vital to American history. Find out why colonists threw over 300 crates of tea into Boston Harbour and how this event helped lead to the American Revolutionary War.

Boston has become well known for its wide selection of museums. There is literally a museum to suit everyone’s interests. Whether it’s a tribute to John F. Kennedy or the Sports Museum of New England, take your pick.

The New England Aquarium makes a perfect day out for the whole family. Transport yourself to the Caribbean as you walk amongst massive ocean tanks, sharks and giant turtles swimming together. Reach out and touch the sharks and sting rays, as they glide through crystal waters beneath your hands. Don’t miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime, and make sure you visit for an unforgettable experience.

Want to unwind during your holiday in Boston and have an easy and comfortable day out? Take a refreshing day trip to Martha’s Vineyard. To make this day out as convenient as possible, we will pick you up from your hotel by minibus and take you on a relaxing ferry ride across the coast of Massachusetts. Once you arrive on this scenic island you have a chance to explore for yourself, hike the green cliff faces and spend your time investigating caf├ęs and restaurants around town. If you’d rather put your feet up and go on a pre-organised guided tour, then upgrade your ticket for a day that couldn’t get any easier. Accompanied by professional tour guides, you’ll come away feeling educated and stress-free. Sounds good to me!

Another popular purchase worth making is the GO Boston card. This card will give you admission to 60 of Boston’s best attractions and tours, including New England Aquarium, Fenway Park, Museum of Science and a two-day trolley tour. This GO Boston card is the cheapest and best way to get the most out of your trip!

Similar to the Boston GO card, the Boston CityPASS gives you admission to all the best of Boston for one incredible price. Lasting for nine days, the pass includes New England Aquarium, Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, Skywalk Observatory and either the Harvard Museum of Natural History or the Revolutionary Boston at the Old State House. Not only does the Boston CityPASS include entries to these top attractions, it also offers free information including maps, travel details and insider tips. A Boston CityPASS is a great value for money and would definitely be something worth spending your money on!

With such a diverse quantity of things to see and do, Boston really does propose the perfect city break. Whether you come with a bulging purse or just a few quid, the city of Boston is an ideal get away.

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