Here in New England, we’re lucky enough to have four seasons. While a wintry Boston is wonderful, the weather is finally sunny and warm, and that means you’ll want to spend as much time outdoors as possible. Luckily for you, there are plenty of hills, mountains, and hiking trails around New England and near the city that will get you out in nature and exercising in the sun.
Every July 4th weekend, Boston sees one of the country’s biggest 4th of July festivals. Harborfest, which turns 38 years old this year. is a celebration of not only the country’s history, but also Boston’s harbor and the pivotal role it played in maritime and revolutionary history. Contact us soon so we can help you plan your transportation to and from the festival.
Father’s Day this year falls on Sunday, June 16th, so it’s time to start planning. Whether you’re in the city of Boston or around the New England area, we’ve rounded up the best ways to spend the weekend with your family. Whether your dad is adventurous, into sports, a foodie, and more, we’ve got the guide for you.
The weather is finally getting summery, and you know what that means — the beaches will fill up, the cities will get hot, and the kids will get off from school. Weekends will be free for spending time with friends and loved ones, and if you’re near or in Boston, there will be tons of events and activities to choose from. We’ve pulled together some of our favorites for June.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States, and it commemorates all of those who have died serving in the United States Armed Forces. It’s a beautiful day and there are plenty of ways to spend it. We’ve pulled together some of the best activities around New England, so check out our Memorial Day guide!
Boston is a sports city, and stepping foot in it will prove it. From the Celtics and the Red Sox to the Patriots and the Bruins, the city shows its home team pride all year long. Whether you’re a New England native or just visiting, catching a game in town is a fun way to unwind while on vacation or in between business meetings. We’ve pulled together a little guide to get you up to speed with Boston sports.
Last year, Boston Logan Airport (LGA) had its busiest year in history. With more than 40 million passengers passing through, the airport is one of the biggest airports for handling domestic and international traffic into and out of Boston and New England. As you’re planning your upcoming spring and summer vacations, there are a few reasons why you should call on GO Boston to get you to and from your flight safely and on time.
The warm weather is slowly arriving, so it’s time to start planning your spring and summer travel. Luckily, there are plenty of incredible weekend escapes within just a couple hours drive of Boston. From mountains to seaside, and cities and villages, we’ve pulled together our absolute favorite destinations, whether you’re in town for business or leisure.
Boston is known worldwide as a center of culture, so it should come as no surprise that the biggest musical acts in the world make their way to the city on tour. The city is also home to many famous musical venues from TD Garden to the House of Blues and Wally’s Cafe Jazz Club. We’ve pulled together some of the most exciting concerts coming to Boston in the next month, so you can begin to plan your April nights out.
Spring has (almost) sprung, and that means wedding season is right around the corner. From endless RSVPing to outfit selecting and gift buying, you’ll have enough to focus on as a guest — let alone if you’re a bride or groom! GO Boston has a fleet of vehicles for guest groups or wedding parties of all sizes. Here are some of the ways we can help.
When it comes to corporate travel, there’s enough to stress about — meetings, clients, and presentations are just a few. The travel itself should be the least of your worries, but bad traffic, ill-equipped vehicles, and drivers who don’t know their way around Boston can add to the intensity. Luckily, GO Boston has just the fleet to make sure travel worry doesn’t add to your day.
The warmer months are fast approaching, and you know what that means — spring break and summer vacation is right around the corner. Boston is home to one of the most famously busy airports, Boston Logan Airport (BOS), in the country. Here are a few reasons why you should book a shuttle to start your trip.
Every year, thousands of students fly in and out of Boston Logan Airport in March and April to get to their spring break destinations. With plenty of students in and around the Boston metropolitan area, there will be plenty of traffic around the airport in the coming months. Make sure you book your travel reservations soon, and until then, check out this guide to keeping your spring break stress-free.
Boston is a college town — around 20% of the city’s population are enrolled in college or university. From Harvard to Boston College to New England Community College, there are higher learning institutions of all kinds, as well as many secondary schools throughout New England. Did you know GO Boston offers college shuttles specially customized for students moving in and out of dorms, and to and from the airport?
Are you planning on attending the Seafood Expo North America this year? One of the world’s premier seafood conventions is once again heading to Boston from March 17th to 19th, in the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. You won’t want to miss one of the leading trade events and America’s biggest, where seafood buyers in every area of the market — from retail, restaurant, processing, service, and catering — come together to check out all the newest products, services, and equipment.
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