Famous for its all-American ball games and countless sports bars, the 15th-century city of Boston is one of the country’s oldest relics and still growing. Famous for its tea party that shifted America’s rebellious nature as well as an Eastside harbor that keeps fresh Atlantic catches close, it can be easy to see what makes the area so special. Doubling as the capital of Massachusetts, you’ll also want to know how to see everything in style, whether that means staying close to city’s subway system or reserving a private lift of your own for quaint travels across 90 square miles of cobblestone. With the Boston Main Channel separating downtown from Logan International, it can be a difficult wait for the ferry crossing, easy if you reserve a room by the airport in East Boston, whether it’s at Embassy Suites, Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor, or the on-site Hilton Boston Logan.
Look forward to the day like the shining beacon that it is, whether you’re looking to take the family on an adventure through one of America’s most iconic stories or wanting to spend the day networking at the nearby bars & restaurants around the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on Summer Street. Spend the day at the New England Aquarium for awesome sites that include over 2,000 animals, afterward doing a bit of shopping at the iconic Faneuil Hall Marketplace, housed in a historic red brick building and surrounded by the busy crowds of Market Street. Take some time to check out the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum along the Fort Point Channel as well, ending the evening with dinner on the esplanade, whether it’s surrounded by the upscale scenery of Neptune Oyster or something more immersed in the Fort Point area like industrial-chic seafood at Row 34.