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First time going to Boston? We want you to make the most from your rental car Boston experience. For this reason, we have enlisted the help of a local travel expert to help get you on your way. Follow these important travel tips and enjoy the best that Boston is offering.
See: Make sure the Red Sox are in town – then get yourself to a game! A Red Sox game is more a cultural experience than a typical sports game, and before you know it, you’ll be singing “Sweet Caroline” with the masses.
Take a ride on the swan boats in the Public Garden, still one of the cheapest rides in town. Boston is rich in history, and following the Freedom Trail (see below) will take you to Boston’s best historical destinations. For something different and special, take one of the many Boston Harbor Cruises to go whale watching or see the harbor islands.
Museum lovers shouldn’t miss the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum, the Museum of Science in Cambridge, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. Many have free admission nights; be sure to check their schedules before your arrival!
Boston is a city of neighborhoods, and one of the greatest delights is aimlessly strolling through them. Be sure to visit the Italian-flavored North End; old-school Beacon Hill, shopping haven Back Bay, the trendy South End, collegiate Harvard Square, and indie Inman Square.
Shop: If you’re looking for Dior, Chanel, and other top designers, head straight to Copley Place. While window-shopping is free, the attached Prudential Center has more mainstream and affordable shops! Boutique lovers – will be thrilled with Newbury Street in Back Bay and Charles Street in Beacon Hill, both streets home to tiny shops with new and vintage clothing and jewelry. For souvenirs and fun, visitors head straight to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Eat: Clam chowda may be the city’s most famous regional dish, so make sure you have the best – at any of the Legal Sea Foods all over the city. The Otherside Café is a quirky haven for Boston’s hipsters with a wide variety of craft beers, healthy fare and local artwork. Make sure to reserve a table at neighborhood favorite Union Bar and Grille – known as the “little black dress” of Boston restaurants, it’s upscale yet low-key and friendly and will impress on any occasion. Keep an eye out for Boston celebrities.
Be sure not to miss dining in the very Italian North End – go for the oysters and a hot, buttery lobster roll at cozy, haute Neptune Oyster, try Peruvian-influenced Italian cuisine at Taranta, or stay casual at the world-famous Pizzeria Regina! Walk over to Hanover Street for the neighborhood’s best dessert: cannolis at Modern Pastry.
Drink: A sports town like Boston has more sports bars than you can count, and Cask ‘n Flagon is a sports bar with surprising panache, right across from Fenway Park. Stylish lounge 28 Degrees serves up perhaps the world’s best frozen Bellini to a fun-loving mixed gay and straight crowd. Dress up and rub elbows with Boston’s upscale, trendy crowd at the Liberty Hotel’s jail-themed bars, Alibi and Clink.
Looking to dance? Locals know that the big clubs are in the Theatre District, like Rumor and The Estate. For a completely different club scene, head to Central Square in Cambridge for smaller, hipper, more easygoing venues like Middlesex Lounge and The Enormous Room.
Stay: Boston’s most unique boutique hotel is The Liberty, once the Charles Street Jail, which has been transformed into a luxury hideaway that embraces its heritage in the form of jail-themed everything. The Mandarin Oriental is a luxury pick in the heart of the Back Bay; for midrange travelers, the Doubletree in the Theatre District and the Holiday Inn Brookline are good options. Shoestring travelers stick to Hostelling International Boston in Fenway.
Walk: As “America’s Walking City,” Boston has plenty of places to stroll – none better than The Freedom Trail, chock full of American Revolution history. Start on Boston Common and follow the red line winding through historical landmarks downtown, from the State House to Faneuil Hall to Paul Revere’s house, ending at the Charlestown Navy Yard and Old Ironsides. With all the places to see along the way
Alternately, a few of my favorite lesser-known Boston walks are through Southwest Corridor Park, particularly its stretch in the South End, and down quiet, leafy Marlborough Street in Back Bay.
Get Out: Massachusetts’s North Shore is filled with historic hotspots like Salem, home of the infamous witch trials, and small seaside towns like Rockport (filming location for “Alaska” in The Proposal) and Newburyport, filled with galleries and waterfront scenery. A car hire in Boston will easily get you to all three destinations in one day.
Prefer a sea journey? Take the hydrofoil out to Provincetown for the day and enjoy this artsy beach town set on the tip of Cape Cod. Try to time your trip to one of the town’s many festivals.
Listen: Boston has some great live music venues. Johnny D’s in Davis Square, Somerville, has perhaps the most eclectic lineup in town, featuring nightly acts playing everything from funk to reggae to salsa. The Paradise Rock Club has a history of being home to groundbreaking local and national acts. Additionally, the House of Blues, only a few years old, has become the hottest new venue for major artists. And if you’re visiting during the summer try to catch one of the free concerts at the Hatch Shell on the Esplanade!
Avoid: The winters in Boston are legendary, and if you visit between January and March, there’s a decent chance of there being at least one major snowstorm. Trust me – Boston is much more manageable when the heaviest snow is gone, generally from April to November.