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Downtown Boston is the largest city in New England and one of the oldest in the country. It was the home of the American Revolution in 1775. The Freedom Trail runs throughout the city and its historic landmarks, including the Boston Harbor, home of the Boston Tea Party, the Old North Church, and beautiful Faneuil Hall. Relieve the birthplace of America throughout the city and surrounding towns! Boston is a city that is very much alive, but keeps close ties to its history. The port city still clings to its maritime past. Explore the Boston Harbor through whale watching, visiting the Aquarium, and enjoying a meal at one of the many seafood restaurants throughout the city. Boston is also the home of the Red Sox and Fenway Park, as well as the Boston Garden, home of both the Celtics and Bruins he Boston Celtics. All of these attractions are easily accessible using the nation’s oldest subway systems, guaranteeing a wonderful adventure! Downtown Hotel Service offers Hotels near Downtown Boston that are quality hotels at a affordable price. Use our Search box above or click here to see available hotels!
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About Downtown Boston
While Boston is a big city, visitors find downtown Boston easily walkable. A city of neighborhoods, downtown Boston is divided into distinctly different areas, each one packed with history and interesting diversions.
Boston Common and the Public Garden are next two each other. They are two of the premier public parks in the United States. Overlooking both is the Massachusetts State House which is open for tours under its impressive gold dome. The state house is located in tony Beacon Hill, a collection of brick manors and town homes that recall a previous, more genteel age.
At the opposite side of the Common is Chinatown, a dense enclave of Asian restaurants and shops. Next to Chinatown is the Leather District, where former leather factories and warehouses have been converted into upscale apartments and a fashionable dining district.
Following Boston’s Freedom Trail will bring a visitor through downtown to sites made famous during the American Revolution. From the old State House that stands proudly surrounded by modern skyscrapers, to the Old North Church where Paul Revere received the famous lantern signal that warned that the British were coming, the Freedom Trail winds past the oldest restaurant in the U.S. and the Haymarket, which is the oldest continuously operated open-air food market in America.
A few blocks from the Haymarket is the North End, still a thriving Italian-American neighborhood. This densely intimate area is full of fine restaurants and specialty shops. Traditions are still honored in the North End, where saints’ processions still make up part of the yearly calendar.
One can walk along the shores of Massachusetts Bay from the North End to Fort Point. This route passes newly constructed luxury hotels and apartments on its way past South Station, one of the city’s two main train stations.
While Boston is very walkable, it is also conveniently served by public transportation. The subway system, known locally as the T, runs throughout downtown with regular stops. Commercial and entertainment districts are located around T stops, guaranteeing that even if a person doesn’t know their way around, they will find something to do or see wherever they get off the T.