We all know how convenient airport shuttles are but have you ever wondered what other kinds of services you can use with a private van? Well, wonder no more! We service just about anywhere, at any time of day, in any weather condition! Here’s a list of some ways you could utilize a private Go Boston Shuttle van!
The Boston Marathon is being held on Monday April 17 – the historical 26-mile race takes place once a year on President’s Day. President’s Day in Boston remembers the start of the Revolutionary War and is a holiday celebrated only by Massachusetts and Maine.
Now through the end of the weekend you can partake in one of many events that NH Craft Beer Week has in store! Beer lovers across the Granite State can come together to taste the flavors of the New Hampshire.
Boston has many music venues and a very eclectic group of performers can be found performing every weekend. From the House of Blue and TD Garden to smaller venues like The Sinclair there is always a relaxing jazzy evening somewhere in the city.
Summer is right around the corner and that means it’s time for some day trips! Whether you want to stay local or don’t mind travelling a bit with a Go Boston Shuttle here’s your guide.
Boston has long been home to many Irish-Americans who have kept on long-standing rich cultural traditions. St. Patrick’s Day is no different — from parades to concerts and road races, Saturday, March 17th will be one of the city’s busiest days!
Visiting Boston for Spring Break? Or are you simply looking for exciting things to do this spring? Go Boston Shuttle has got you covered with the most exciting events and places to go during spring break!
Looking for something to do this Valentine’s Day? Here’s a list of a few of our favorite Valentine’s Day activities in Boston or a little bit outside the city.
The Winter Carnival in Harvard Square has something for everyone: live music, cocktails, chocolate, chili, theatrical performances, and so much more. Sponsored by the Harvard Square Business Association, the plaza hosts events for ice lane games (bowling, shuffleboard, curling), fire pits, food trucks, and more.
The holiday season in Boston is one of the finest in the country, with its Christmas lights and old-timey feel. Here are a few great things to do around the holidays in Boston for GO Boston Shuttle.
Wishing you and yours a happy and wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.
Have you booked your transportation to the Columbus Day Parade yet?
Every early September, film buffs and creative talent from all over the world come to Boston for the annual Boston Film Festival. Join the crowds next month, and don’t forget to book your transportation to and from the venue with GO Boston!
If you’re lucky enough to find yourself in Boston this summer, GO has made a short guide to July’s best events for you. Whether you’re in town for business or leisure, these festivals and performances are a must-visit.
This historically tough-as-nails neighborhood is now up and coming, but there’s plenty of reasons to visit the area while you’re in town.
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