American Resorts Association describes Boston as one of the oldest cities in America and the largest in Massachusetts, Boston has a diverse profusion of 23 neighborhoods giving the city an eclectic feel. Some areas have cobblestone streets, while others have Victorian brownstones and colonial-era architecture.

American Resorts Association invites visitors to take a walk along the Esplanade a three-mile leafy path along the Charles River or enjoy the many parks of the Emerald Necklace and visit one of its wonders the freshwater Jamaica Pond. Rowboats and sailboats are available to hire during the summer to enjoy its beauty.

Enjoying a continental and humid climate, American Resorts Association advises that Boston is best visited in spring, summer, and fall. Boston cannot be visited without exploring its opulent historical buildings. Take the Freedom Trail spanning a 2.5-mile stretch of 16 sites rich in Revolutionary War history including the Old State House and Paul Revere House.

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The famous Fenway Park offers a tour of the baseball stadium, or you can visit the Harvard campus and its small, impressive museums, such as the Peabody Museum or the Memorial Church. Other remarkable buildings to explore are the Boston Public Library, with its vast murals or walk the Black History Trail with its Museum of African American History. Or pop into the bar whose exterior was famously used in the TV series Cheers.

Try shopping and dining in the indoor-outdoor Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which is locally known as Quincy Market. The market is host to numerous events and street performers during the year and has over 50 food stalls to choose from. American Resorts Association is a concierge luxury travel provider that offers one on one customer service, so you are never left in the dark. Our goal is to give you the very best vacation experience that offers both you and or your family the best of times. American Resorts Association is an equal opportunity employer and supports our troops and veterans. Life is short never stop dreaming of your next vacation.

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