Whether you’re in Boston for business or pleasure, you’ll find yourself in a bustling cosmopolitan city, with inhabitants from all over the world. This means that you’ll find an incredible scene for arts, culture, and — most importantly — food! With some of the best restaurants and most celebrated chefs in the country, you’ll have no trouble finding something good to eat. You’re spoiled for choice, so we’ve rounded up the very best spots to grab brunch in the city.
The city of Boston was founded in 1630 by English Puritans fleeing religious persecution. It has since turned into a sprawling metropolis, a city of almost 700,000 inhabitants sprawling more than 230 kilometers. Boston’s rich history and the important place it holds in global education, politics, and sports, means that its a city full of architectural magnificence — from traditional, centuries-old brownstones to modern glass monstrosities. Its hotels are no different — we’ve pulled together the very best places to stay in Boston, for styles and tastes of all kinds.
Boston and New England attract visitors and residences from all over the world, making it a diverse and international area. Boston in particular hosts a number of international communities, as well as a wealth of fun and family-friendly cultural events all year round. One such event is the annual Oktoberfest, a German beer festival that takes place every autumn. Here’s how to celebrate Oktoberfest in Boston!
Do you have an upcoming trip for business or pleasure? GO Boston has one of the most reliable services to and from the airport in New England, as well as anywhere else you’re traveling to in the area. GO Boston has a fleet of vehicles for parties of all sizes, professional and knowledgeable chauffeurs, and all the creature comforts you’ll need to get you and your party to and from your destination safely and stylishly.
Boston is a cosmopolitan city, with a hugely diverse population. This means the city has a vibrant arts scene, from its music, theatre, visual arts, and more. Every year, Boston’s finest creators, craftsmen, and performers come together in a weekend-long event, showcasing their talents. This year’s Boston Arts Festival is taking place Saturday, September 7th to Sunday the 8th. Here’s everything you need to know.
The regular NFL (National Football League) season is right around the corner. It all kicks off on the first Monday of September, which this year is September 2nd, and all 256 games of the season run all the way until December or early January. Boston is a major sports city, which you’ll be able to feel as soon as you step foot here. If you find yourself in New England during the coming months, one of the best ways to get into the spirit of the city is to get yourself to a Patriots game. We’ve made a short guide on how to attend one as stress-free as possible.
We’re already more than a week into August, and you know what that means: fall is right around the corner. But no need to despair! There are plenty more outdoor events, festivals, and parties in New England to celebrate the end of the hot summer months. Here are a few of our favorite can’t-miss events coming up to wind the summer down.
Boston is home to world class cuisine and chefs from all over the globe to open up their restaurants here. While many favorites close, luckily there are plenty of exciting new restaurants opening up every month. We’ve pulled together the best of the new spots, so make sure to book your reservation — and make your travel plans — soon!
Boston is home to world-class restaurants and chefs, as well as a well-known traveling spot for visiting foodies, critics, and chefs alike. There are many festivals and events throughout the year where Boston locals and visitors alike can try out new foods and taste the best of the best. There are two major food festivals coming up in August — here’s why you should buy your tickets now.
We’re now in the dog days of summer, where the weather is sunny and hot, and we all want to spend time with friends and family outdoors. Luckily for you, Boston has a summer calendar full of events for music and theatre lovers of all ages. We’ve pulled together a short guide to the events, performances, and festivals we’re looking forward to most in the upcoming weeks!
What better way to spend the dog days of summer than at a summer fair! And with fall right around the corner, there’s no shortage of local festivals and carnivals around New England. We’ve pulled together the best of the very best, so mark your calendar, pack a picnic, and make your transportation plans!
We’ve written about the best indoor and outdoor things to do in Boston while the weather is hot, and now we’ve pulled together a list of the best concerts and performances coming up this summer. As you can imagine, Boston has a vibrant local music scene, and draws the most talented artists from all over the world. Here are the best upcoming shows in July and August you should nab tickets to ASAP.
Boston is home to many incredible events all summer long, and July is one of the very best months for them. Besides for the 4th of July, or Independence Day, extravaganza which kicks off this week, there are plenty of other food, music, and art festivals to look forward to. We’ve pulled together the weekend festivals we’re looking forward to most this month!
We’re lucky enough in New England to have four beautiful seasons. The winters are cold, the autumns are crisp, the springs are fresh, and the summers are… hot. The dead heat of the summer is finally here, and you know what that means: you’ll be looking for fun things to do while staying cool. Avoid the heat with this mini guide to fun things to do in Boston this summer.
Boston is considered by many to be the home of the Revolution, making it also one of the founding cities of the country. So what better place to celebrate America’s birthday? Make this July 4th, and take a look at our guide to celebrating in the city.
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