Boston is the largest city in New England and one of the most historic, influential and interesting in the United States. Attracting over 12 million visitors a year, Boston is renowned for its range of cultures, its vibrant atmosphere and its diverse, ever changing cityscape where tall skyscrapers and charming Georgian buildings stand proudly alongside each other on the banks of the iconic Charles River.
The city is divided into a number of neighbourhoods and each has their own unique style and culture, so there’s something to suit every taste.[ReadMoreMob] Back Bay, Downtown and the Financial District are alive with activity and are where you’ll find large shopping malls, stylish modern buildings and fine restaurants. In contrast, Charlestown, South End, Roxbury and Beacon Hill offer a more traditional, historic experience and are home to some of Boston’s most famous sites, including the Bunker Hill Monument and Massachusetts State House.
The best of Boston is easy to discover on a walk along the city’s ‘Freedom Trail’ - one of America’s first historic walking tours. Simply follow the red brick and painted lines that connect 16 of Boston’s most important historic sites to explore two and a half centuries of incredible history.
Cruises to Boston
Departs: Southampton • Tue 29 Sep 2020
34 nights • Balmoral • L2026
- Experience the seasonal scenic splendour of North America’s East Coast in the fall, with rare scenic cruising of size-restricted rivers and waterways and visits to remarkable cities in the US and Canada.
- Admire autumn-coloured countryside scenes of red, yellow and brown woodlands as you sail the Cape Cod and Chesapeake & Delaware Canals; and enjoy a special journey along the Hudson River.
- Sail by the Statue of Liberty and spend two days in New York, rich with world-famous attractions; visit Baltimore, gateway to Washington DC; immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland; and much more.
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