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Ten Awesome Things to do in Boston

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Boston in Massachusetts of the United States is a country leader in history, culture, education and economics.

Besides its large population, the city hosts over 16,000,000 visitors every year. Car hire is excellent for those staying in the urban center that want to see the sites on their own schedule.

Here are 10 of the best attractions to visit when in Boston:

Boston Harbor Islands

12 islands of about 34 in the Boston Harbor are open to the public. George's Island is historic with a Civil War Fort for Confederate prisoners. Others have lighthouses and campgrounds. People enjoy touring, picnicking and kayaking around the islands.

The Boston Pops

Visitors can book a concert with the famous Boston Pops at Symphony Hall. This grand auditorium is located on the Esplanade of the Charles River. Pop and classical music played to perfection in a beautiful setting with perfect acoustics, programs are designed for the enjoyment of young and old.

Boston Public Garden

The first botanic garden opened to the general public, this garden got its start in the 1830s. Even on rainy days the landscaping is lovely to see, but street parking can be challenging. For a low price, visitors take swan boat rides. Ducks are swimming around the pond.

Boston Public Library

Open and free to the public, the Boston Public Library is the oldest large city library in the country. Visitors find it a thrill to visit. A beautiful building in Copley Square, this library has historic media like books, maps and a conference room.

Fenway Stadium

Nothing is more a part of Boston than a Red Sox game at Fenway Stadium, the oldest facility still in use by Major League Baseball. The small stadium takes up only about one city block, but it is packed full of memories. Games can be booked ahead, or within 36 or 24 hours of a game. Tours are available during the week.

Freedom Trail

Taking about 90 minutes to walk, the Freedom Trail is well-marked in red or red brick on the sidewalk. Guided tours are available via different organizations that take groups frequently throughout the day. People can also take self-guided tours seeing some of the most-loved historic sites in the United States.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

The building on The Fenway is a Venetian-style mansion that was home to an eccentric Boston resident. The rooms, gardens and cafe are delightful. Inside, visitors find a glorious array of fine art masterworks as well as lovely furniture and beautiful objects mostly from Europe.

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

The oldest and most widely famous art museum in the United States, the massive structure and permanent collections on display are amazing. Even those who are not particularly interested in art are fascinated by the exhibits. In the museum are found 4 different sit-down restaurants and cafes offering varied menus.

Newbury Street

For the best shopping in Boston, Newbury Street is frequented by locals. Strolling the street is a pleasure. The area has boutique shops and galleries. Salons and chick, trendy stores are found here as well as a variety of dining options.

North End

Visitors who have taken advantage of car hire to tour the city of Boston can find parking garages near the waterfront in North End. This neighborhood is a superb choice for visiting. Cobblestone streets, shops and historic sites like Paul Revere's house are found here in North End. Many restaurants serve some of the best food in Boston. Little Italy and the Waterfront are two of the fantastic features of North End.

This is a guest post from Skedaddle Car Hire, a website dedicated to letting travellers know the best attractions to see in combination with car travel.

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