Visit Boston and Experience A Fun Time With Your Family and Children

If you are planning your vacation trip to Boston – you have found the very best guide. We will look at the history of the city, top places to visit, the most affordable hotels, restaurants, museums. If you are flying to Boston from Chicago – it will cost you around $160 (round trip), from New York – $120, San Diego – $300, Miami – $200. These prices are an estimated numbers & are subject to change. Some of the airlines you may use are: American Airlines, Delta, United, Continental, Virgin America.

The first thing before arriving at Boston, Massachusetts to do is to book a hotel room. You can easily do that online, as there are so many hotel search engines offering services for free. It will help you to save up to 50% – 70% on your next hotel accommodation order. Comparison is the key for saving more money & getting the best deals possible. All of the hotels accept major credit or debit cards, cash or money orders. We have found around 240 hotels in the Boston area, however today we will look only at the most popular hotels as rated by the other travelers. Boston Harbor Hotel (at 70 Rowes Wharf Rd.) has one of the best guest ratings on the market – the 230-room establishment is in a central location of the city, which makes it so easy to get in and get out, the airport is only 12 minutes away. This hotel offers complimentary fitness equipment, sauna, heated pool, even a massage is available for an extra cost. Rooms are very spacious, the view of the city and harbor is pretty amazing, updated beds in every room will guarantee you the best night-sleep. Starting at $272 per night. If you want to spend only around $140 per night – try the Oasis Guest House (at 22 Edgerly Road) – conveniently in the city center & close to the airport, other attractions near by: Boston Pops Orchestra, Fenway Park, Boston Public Library, Mapparium.

Boston Children’s Museum (308 Congress Street, Boston MA 02210) will be a fun place to go with your children, as there are thousands of exhibits to see! From culture, health & fitness to science – there are so many things your kids have to learn. Authentic Japanese house has a history of this famous nation, your little ones also have a chance to play at Science Playground, take part in making art & more. Admission – adults and children $12, open every day 10am – 5pm.

For us, adults, a nightlife can be very exciting in the city of Boston. We would start at the oldest tavern in the USA (established back in 1795) – Bell-In-Hand-Tavern features local music bands, karaoke fun & great drinks/foods. Enjoy appetizers – chicken tenders for only $8.99, spicy fried calamari for $9.99, home-made soup of the day (~ $4) will make you warm after the cold day, “tavern favorites”: Baked Scrod ($12.99), Grilled Salmon ($11.99), Marinated Steak Tips ($12.99). For the dessert our choice was “Chocolate Fudge Lava Cake” served with vanilla ice-cream.

For us who like sightseeing & tours – Antique Limousine Tours is a place to visit. Historic and private tours are available, prices as low as $30 per person, free pick up & drop off. Other tours worth of your time are: Acorn Tours of Boston, Boston Chocolate Tours, Civil War Tours, Boston Duck Tours.

There are many more places to visit in Boston, Massachusetts. From old to young – you will discover hundreds of exciting things to do in Boston & other regions of Massachusetts. Plan your vacation today – you will have an unforgettable time!