As the capital and largest city in Massachusetts and one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston is home to a vibrant modern culture that coexists alongside a tangible sense of history. This combination of new built upon the old gives Boston its iconic status and also makes the city very walkable, which accounts for Boston’s popularity with tourists from all over the world.

Historic sites include the Old North Church, the Freedom Trail and the Bunker Hill Monument as well as many others that delight and inform visitors of America’s early history. Visit Boston’s historic waterfront including Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market, Boston Harbor, and the waterfront wharfs and mercantile brick and granite buildings.

Convenient to Logan International Airport, Boston offers world class art collections, top universities and medical centers, extensive shopping and dining, cultural and entertainment events, and top professional sports teams – most notably The Boston Celtics and The Boston Red Sox.

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