Start a new life in Boston

Start a new life in Boston

The lively city of Boston is the capital and largest city of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United State. Boston has over 12 million tourists and visitors yearly from the country and all over the world.

The city is known for their world-class educational institutions, cultural centers and sport franchise centers. This city also showcases and holds the rich culture of American history, and tourism is the main source of New England’s industries, and considered as the region’s social and commercial place and center.


The city of Boston is the ultimate place for your dream vacation with it perfects mixture of trendy and historic of New England’s appeal, for sure it will make you love the city and come back for more.


Boston is located in the Massachusetts’s Peninsula. It is a few hours away to the southern part of Maine and the northern part in Rhode Island. It is also positioned in the mouths of the two rivers, Charles and Mystic.


These rivers flow into the Boston’s inner harbor and then go straight to the Boston Harbor which is located and part of the Massachusetts Bay and that leads to the North of Atlantic Ocean.


Boston has four distinct seasons to offer its visitors. It has a hot summer during the months of May through late September this is the perfect months to visit the city because most of the attractions are open; the temperature ranges from mid to upper 20C.


Summer starts during the months of late June and early August this is the best of time of the year to visit beaches around the city. While fall season is from the mid of October and winter time is during the month of January that has a low temperature that ranges from -5C to 7C.


Boston has its own airport called the Boston Logan International Airport. This is the main gateway to Boston and New England. It is in the eastern part of Boston and 3 miles away from downtown. It is very easy to connect to and from the road, sea or rail and it is also a host to different car rental companies.


The Boston Logan International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States of America. It has lots of flights coming in and out including the domestic and international flights to destinations around the world. This airport has four terminals and six hubs making it as the major transport point for New England.

What to See

Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail is one of the famous attractions in Boston it is a 2.5 route that leads the visitors to 16 historically significant sites and monuments that has a unique and authentic treasure. Explore the museums, churches, burying grounds.


This place is highly educational for everyone. If you want to get to know and discover the rich history of the American Revolution, this is the best place for you because every step in this trail tells a beautiful story.

Faneuil Hall

Faneuil Hall or also known as the Cradle of Liberty, the merchant named Peter Faneuil built it in the year 1740. It was originally built as a market hail and it was presented to the public on the condition it should be.


On the ground floor of this hall you will find different kinds of market stalls, and on the upper floor you will find the council chamber which was considered as the meeting room of revolutionaries during the 18th and 19th centuries.

While on the fourth floor the visitors will discover the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Museum that displays weapons, uniforms and paintings of some significant American battles.

North Market, South Market and Quincy Market

The attached to the Faneuil Hall are the marketplace includes three long halls, which are the North Market, South Market, and Quincy Market.

Quincy Market in Boston, Massachusetts, USA

This was built during the early 19th century, and now it is occupied by a vibrant variety of boutiques, good for souvenir shopping like jewelry, clothing, and gifts, restaurants, cheap food stalls and other exhibition places.

These markers are best to visit during summer because there would be street performers and buskers putting on shows in the street around the market.

See More:

Boston Information

Boston Discovery Guide

Trisha Mungcal


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