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Boston is a city that combines old world charm with metropolitan style. The Berlitz Learning Center in Boston is perfectly situated in the Back Bay area, famous for its shopping and classic architecture.
There’s something to do every season of the year. In spring, see live swans from a Swan Boat at the pond in Boston Common. In the summer, take in an outdoor concert at the Hatch Shell. Fall brings amazing change in foliage throughout the surrounding countryside. And in winter, enjoy ice skating on the pond in Boston Common, or go on organized ski trips in picturesque Maine or New Hampshire.
Close by are cultural delights such as the largest collection of galleries in America and a vibrant Chinatown. Boston is also home to the Celtics basketball team, the famous Red Sox, and Boston Bruins.
Top Ten Things To Do In Boston
||Take a walk through Boston Common and the beautiful Boston Public Garden. Be sure to visit the famous lagoon for a ride on a swan boat (seasonal).
||Make sure to visit Fenway Park, the oldest baseball stadium still in use and home of the Boston Red Sox. Tours are available of Fenway Park year-round.
||Walk the Freedom Trail from Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument, one of the best ways to visit the city’s numerous historic landmarks.
||Your trip to Boston won’t be complete without a trip to Faneuil Hall Marketplace (a.k.a. Quincy Market) an indoor-outdoor market that is great for shopping and dining
||Visit Boston’s famous North End. This Italian neighborhood is known for its restaurants and its historic sites.
||At The New England Aquarium visitors can see sharks, turtles, stingrays, penguins and even a Giant Pacific Octopus in their natural settings.
||Enjoy the many unique shops located on Newbury Street as well as the shops on nearby Boylston Street.
||Stop for a beer at the Original Cheers Bar, where the famous Cheers television sitcom was based on (the Bull and Finch pub). Above it is a reproduction of the Hollywood set.
||Take a day trip to nearby Salem, a historic seaport that is better known for being the location of the infamous Witch Trials of 1962.
||Boston is home to prestigious universities such as Harvard and MIT. Visit Cambridge and tour one of the oldest and most beautiful campuses in the U.S.
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