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Boston is one of America's oldest cities, first settled in 1630. The capital of Massachusetts, Boston is a city rich in history and tradition, yet vibrant and modern. Walk the Freedom Trail, see the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum to see how the American Revolution began, or go to the top of John Hancock Tower for a bird's eye view of the city.

The Freedom Trail takes walkers along a 2 ½ mile trail of sites from the American Revolution by following the red line beginning at Boston Common (the oldest public park in America) and ending at Bunker Hill. Free guided tours April - November. The New England Aquarium is filled with sharks, live sea creatures, exhibits, and an interactive Kids' Space. Open 363 days a year, the Aquarium also offers whale watching cruises.

Boston Airport

Logan Airport (BOS) is located in East Boston, serving the city of Boston and the greater New England area. America's sixth busiest airport, Logan International Airport handles domestic flights and international connections to and from the Pacific Rim, Europe, and Latin America.

The airport has five terminals, with an expanded Terminal E, airport transit facilities, and parking as airport improvements in the pipeline. A comprehensive range of amenities and services is available to travellers, including gift, news, and duty-free shops, restaurants, and banking and currency services. Wireless Internet access and a manicure service are also available. A choice of ground transportation options includes car rental, shuttles, MBTA buses, taxis, and water taxis, with the airport just four miles (six kilometres) northeast of Boston

Events in Boston

The Boston Marathon takes place every third Monday in April on Patriot's Day.

The annual Boston Jewish Film Festival will take place November.

The Boston International Comedy and Movie Festival - September.

Gospel Fest - Antiques & Collectibles, Automotive, Fairs & Festivals, Hobby - July

Must See in Boston

Discover some of America's greatest treasures at The Museum of Fine Arts, including work by Hopper and Sergeant.

Shop at Filene's department store, or FaneuiI Hall, an historic market with gourmet coffee shops and boutique store.

At Quincy Market find cafés with international and speciality foods, popular clothing stores, gift shops, bookstores, open air bars and restaurants, street jugglers, magicians, and entertainers. Everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to fish, meats and cheeses are on sale at open-air Hay Market on Fridays & Saturdays.

Across the Charles River is Cambridge, home of America's oldest university, Harvard. Coffee shops, restaurants, and bookstores abound in this town and street musicians perform on weekend nights and Sunday afternoons.

20 miles Northwest of Boston are Lexington, a quaint town, where Paul Revere made his historic ride to warn that the British were coming, and Concord, home of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.

Visit the Salem Witch Museum and the Witch Dungeon Museum at Salem, 20 miles Northeast of Boston.

Plymouth Plantation, 30 miles Southeast of Boston in Plymouth, offers a realistic look at life of the pilgrim settlers who landed at Plymouth Rock, including 17th century homes and a full-scale replica of the Mayflower. Open April- November.