A short walk or subway ride will take you to the many famous neighborhoods our city has to offer. First stop will be the Theatre District where we’ll catch a Broadway show at the Colonial Theatre, or an afternoon matinee to see The Boston Ballet’s, The Nutcracker, at the Opera House. Next we’ll grab a quick bite to eat in Chinatown at one of the local dim sum eateries, then cut across the Boston Common and over to Newbury Street, where the selection of stores have options to suit every pocketbook. Heading across town we’ll walk through Faneuil Hall Market Place and sample some of the cuisine choices, while picking up a few souvenirs. Across the street from Faneuil Hall is the North End, the city’s oldest residential district where people have resided since the 1660’s. We’ll stroll through the narrow cobblestone streets where we can pick from any number of restaurants for a delicious Italian meal. Afterwards we’ll stop into the famous “Mike’s Pastry” Shop, and sip on cappuccino while indulging in a cannoli…or two! We’ll cap off the sightseeing tour with a visit to the New England Aquarium, Museum of Science or the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), located right on the waterfront.
Had enough of the city atmosphere? Experience the scenic landscape of nearby Cambridge, MA. Go boating on the Charles River and sail past the grounds of Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Rent a car and drive to the Cape Cod beaches, the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, or stay local and hike or bike the majestic Blue Hills mountain range.
Let’s not forget that Massachusetts is home to several major league sports teams, including the New England Patriots (“Pats”), five time National Football League Champions, the Boston Celtics, the Boston Bruins and the Boston Red Sox who are the 2013 World Series Champions! We dare you to try and navigate the streets of Yawkey Way with crowds of people trying to enter Fenway Park for a game!
Boston, so much to do and see – historical landmarks, theatres, nature, the Waterfront, all you could want in a city in one place. Once you explore Boston and the Greater Boston area, you’ll be drawn to its dynamic multi-cultural lifestyle and all that it has to offer you. We invite you to bring your talent and energy to Boston’s growth! Welcome to Boston!