Boston Traveler Reviews

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  • 5.0 Boston was great

    Boston was great! It's a beautiful city. I went to Happy Crab, the food was over and beyond my expectations and the price was fair.

    Zelideth   |   Nov 29, 2021

  • 5.0 A great destination.

    Everything was close! Trip from the airport to Harvard University was FREE! Nightlife like you were in Las Vegas!!! Young ones should most definitely go! Theaters with a vivid night life. Museums are awesome. Food of all sorts everywhere not pricy! Went for the weekend, wish I had stayed more days.

    Paulivan   |   Nov 16, 2021

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Facts About Flying to Boston, Massachusetts

  • 47% of Boston travelers were over the age of 35.
  • 12% of Boston travelers were over the age of 60.
  • 8% of Boston travelers booked First or Business Class.
  • 8% of travelers traveled to Boston with kids under 14.
  • 38% of Boston travelers were millennials.
  • 50% of Boston travelers were female.
  • Travelers spent an average of 19 days in Boston.
  • July was the month with most bookings for Boston.
  • April was month with the least bookings for Boston.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

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What to Do in Boston?
The city of Boston is famous for its historical attractions and live performances, explaining why it attracts more than 16 million tourists every year. With so much to do and explore, you'll find it tough to decide where to begin your vacation from. Walk the famous Freedom Trail which spans over 2.5 miles and features more than 15 historical landmarks including the Bunker Hill. Watch the process of beer making and taste different varieties of beer at the Sam Adams Brewery. For those of you who love adventure, Boston Harbor Islands State Park is a must visit. Whether you want to hike, swim or explore ancient ruins, the park offers plenty of stuff to keep you busy and engaged. So plan a vacation in Boston and prepare yourself for a fun-filled ride.
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Prices in Boston depend a lot on the season of travel. Fall (September-December) is the best time to visit Boston. The temperature is perfect for outdoor recreation and the city sees a host of events taking place. A prominent tourist season, travel in these months is going to cost you big both in terms of the airfare and the hotel stays. Winter is considered the off-season of travel and interests mostly skiers who want to try adventurous trails. The positive aspect about traveling in the winters is the money that you save on the airfare. Try to book your airfare well in advance to get the maximum discounts.
Regional Boston Airports
Boston Logan International Airport is considered the main gateway to the city, connecting it to several international destinations throughout the world. The airport offers several choices for ground transport like private taxis, bus service and car rentals, so traveling to/from the airport is never a concern. About 50 miles from Boston is the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, which offers another way to fly into the city. The airport is not as well connected to the city but is cheaper than the Boston Logan International Airport. If you want cheapest flights to Boston, then book your tickets well in advance, this way you will get the maximum discounts on the airfare.
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Visit Boston

Boston, the capital of the state of Massachusetts, lies at the mouth of the Charles River in Massachusetts Bay. It is a city where the ancient and contemporary are in regular conversation, where the Freedom Trail landmarks stand beside avant-garde restaurants, where cobbled-stone streets meet glass-enclosed shopping galleries. Boston boasts of best-preserved examples of Victorian architecture in the U.S, venerable historical past, world-class art museums, impressive array of sights and diverse nightlife scene. On your trip here, visit historical sites like Freedom Trail to uncover the city’s historical past, enjoy pedal-powered swan boat rides, go for high speed catamaran whale watching, or while your time away at sidewalk cafes.

Freedom Trail

Stroll along the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile, red-lined route that leads you to 16 historically significant landmarks! Amble leisurely along the trail, which begins at Boston Common and ends in Charlestown at the Bunker Hill Monument and learn about courageous people who shaped the history of the nation.

Boston Public Garden

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and visit Boston Public Garden, a green oasis nestled in the heart of the city, sitting right next to Boston Common. The meticulously maintained botanical garden features enormous trees, wonderful walking paths, and the Make Way for Ducklings sculpture. Do enjoy a famous Swan boat ride here, gliding across the tranquil lagoon, while admiring the resident swans.

Museum of Fine Arts

Spend your noon admiring ancient and contemporary pieces of art from around the world at the Museum of Fine Arts. The MFA hosts various events including lectures, music, films, art opportunities for kids, and even cocktail parties. There’s also a gift shop at the museum, from where visitors can buy souvenirs.

Summer Shack

Opened in the year 2000 by chef Jasper White, Summer Shack is one of the Boston’s best seafood restaurants. The restaurant dishes out rustic dishes like steamed lobsters and crabs, fish cakes, fried chicken and burgers alongside contemporary preparations influenced by world cuisines, and grilled local seafood in a laid-back, friendly ambience.

East Coast Grill

East Coast Grill specializes in delicacies from land and sea. As you enter the restaurant, you get a feel of entering into marine-inspired tiki lounge, complete with an island-themed bar. The restaurant features open kitchen, full raw bar and funky decor, and specializes in live fire grilled seafood. While here, do order tuna tacos (lightly seared ahi tuna, accompanied by crisp jicama and watercress) along with punchy buffalo shrimp.


Opened by Alex Crabb in early 2013, just after nine months Asta was declared “Best New Restaurant," by Boston Magazine. Asta offers three, five and eight-course menus serving dishes such as "After the Storm" (seaweed, salmon roe and mussels) and "the Great Escape" (escargots, market bounty, green goddess dressing) and more. The restaurant features casual decor with open kitchen surrounded by a dining bar. From the counter, you can enjoy watching Alex Crabb and his skilled crew busy at their work.

Comedy Studio

To get your funny bones tickled, head straight for Comedy Studio, nestled in Harvard Square, perched atop Hong Kong Restaurant. The studio promises to keep you in stitches with its top-notch Boston Comedy, featuring stand-up acts, political humor, new talents, and group performances. They also serve food, as well as drinks.


One of the hottest clubs in Boston, Rumor is nestled in the bustling Theater District, and is considered to be one of the best dance spots in the city. The club is acclaimed for its state-of-the-art sound system, impeccable service, and excellent security.

Great Scott

Great Scott is a perfect place to enjoy live music along with pint of beer. The venue features an exciting line-up of DJ's, special events and a mix of live acts that will keep you entertained throughout.