Things to do in Boston over the Summer
Do you want to explore the revolutionary history and modernization altogether?
Then Boston is the perfect place for you…..
The capital city of Massachusetts with its esteemed educational institutions, mesmerizing historical sites, beautiful waterfronts with lush green gardens, a range of exquisite hotels, the hub of contemporary art, magnificent museums and not to forget the charm of sports…
Boston never fails to amaze the visitors with its uniqueness, whether you have been there before or going for the first time.
What more? The summers of Boston are more amusing with beautiful sunny days and warm nights and you can grab the opportunity of enjoying sailing, whale watching cruises, outdoor concerts or beaches or even you can take the pleasure in biking.
There are numerous ways to get around Boston with numerous distinctive and fun ways. You want to walk around, ride a bike or take the T, or in a mood of carpool/share… your wish will be well served in this city.
A slow walk with your date provides you with aesthetic views. (Boston has recorded with its 16.7% people who walk around the city for work).
Whenever you feel like riding a bike there is always availability through Blue Bikes bike sharing system along with the provision of more than 3600 biking parking spaces.
To take the leisure of car ride even in the areas where there aren’t many car share options there are some dedicated spots (49 spaces in municipal lots and 31 curbsides) where there’s easy availability of cars to share. Ridesharing service is also an option (be safe from strangers). You can always take a taxi.
The love of traveling by bus and train never gets old. A free (yay! Yeah free) silver line bus service is offered by MBTA from airport terminals south station and a shuttle-bus service provided by Massport between airline terminals and airport station on MBTA’S blue-line. In addition to this, express bus service is also offered by Massport from Back Bay to Logan airport.
The accessibility of a wheel-chair is there for people with disabilities with a provision of door-to-door service by MBTA.
Now, you can easily get along in the city with these amazing rides. So, let’s move to the most dazzling tours where you forget the work blues and get indulged in the “charisma” of Boston.
Boston Duck Tours
The Boston Duck Tour is definitely the number one recommendation to have a historic tour in World War II-style on amphibious vehicles. With this tour ,you can explore the city of first on land and water.
For the spectacular views of Boston and Cambridge, Charles River is a ‘Big Splash’ (according to the company). You can relish the sites such as Trinity Church, the Hancock Tower, the Boston Common, the Holocaust Memorial, the Boston Public Garden ,and even “Cheers”.
The tour is available to you in 9 new languages including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Portuguese (Brazilian Dialect) and Korean!
Red SoxFenway Park Tour
The place where dreams are made and traditions are celebrated considered as “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” – Fenway Park.
A summer trip to Boston is incomplete if you miss sitting atop Green monster (37 feet 3 inches high) at Pesky’s pole. Approximately, one hour walking tour gives you the lifetime memory of visiting the place which is called home by the legends like Ted Williams, Carlton Fisk, Jim Rice, and Pedro Martinez.
Waterborne adventure is waiting for you with a tour of Boston Harbor. The exhilaration of astounding marine wildlife is a spell-bound experience.
Whale watching Cruise takes out to Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary to lookout for humpback and fin whales, as well as harbor porpoises and Atlantic white-sided dolphins and familiarize yourself with the wildlife from the naturalist guide.
(There is Need not to carry food products along with you on board as snacks and refreshments are available for you on purchase.
The Freedom Walking Trail
Ready to get cozy by walking in the warmth of the sun! Start your stroll on 2.5 miles long Freedom Trail. The bold, red-line painted streets and cobblestone lanes are connected to 16 historical landmarks leading you to the journey of American history (have a guide map for directions).
The Trail starting at Boston Common will take you to Park Street Station and, blue and orange lines move forwards on State Street Station having an entrance and exit on the ground floor of Old State House.
(If you get tired then get rest along the way or avail the option of hop-on, hop-off buses or duck tours). Tighten your bag packs!! Grab the best flight deals from India to USA at Alexa Travel before the summer gets over.