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Boston, or “Beantown”, is a paradise for history buffs and foodies and offers something for everyone in between. Boston, as the birthplace of the American Revolution, is one of the most historic cities in the country. Nestled between the modern high rises, you can find a plethora of historic buildings, cobblestone streets, and landmarks. For those who like to explore on foot, walking the Freedom Trail is one of the best ways to see the sites. Follow the trail across the city to see places like Paul Revere’s house, Faneuil Hall, the North Church, and Boston Commons. Give yourself a day to see all the sights as you’ll want to spend some time at each.
Hungry after all of the exploring? Boston is a foodie paradise! For endless options for all tastes, go to Faneuil Hall Marketplace to grab a bite from one of the many food stalls. Craving Italian? Boston’s North End houses all the old-school, real Italian food eateries you can imagine, so come hungry and don’t forget to hit the all-night favorite, Mikes Pastries, for an after-dinner treat.
If you like sports, Boston has you covered! Visit historic Fenway Park and see “The Green Monster” while watching the Red Sox play. Boston is also home to the Patriots (NFL) and the Bruins (NHL) so no matter what season you visit, you can get your sports fix!
Bringing the family? Head to the waterfront to visit the Boston Aquarium, which has many interactive activities and an impressive IMAX theater, or the Museum of Science to learn something new.
No matter what the occasion, book your Boston vacation rental today to explore all that this historic city has to offer!
Boston has one major airport, Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), which is 3 miles from downtown.
The fastest way to get into Boston is by subway (MBTA Blue Line). Other options are taxis, shuttles, major rideshare companies or car rentals, which all service the airport and can get you to your vacation rental.
Getting around town? As the city is very large, traffic can get bad and parking is usually hard to find, the best way to get around town is by subway or taxi/rideshare.
In Boston, July–August are the hottest months of the year with many days around 85 degrees. December–February are the coldest months and temperatures can drop to below 20 degrees and there will most likely be snow on the ground. January is the wettest month and July and August are the driest. Make sure you book a vacation rental with your preferred heating and cooling options to make your visit comfortable no matter what season you visit.
In Boston, most of the almost 9,350 vacation rental options are apartment/condos with an average nightly price of around $350. The median size is about 800 ft² which makes them a great fit for smaller groups or families, as most can accommodate 4 people. Whatever type of accommodation you are looking for, there are many options in Boston to choose from for your next vacation rental.