Sunday, 3 November 2019

Watch a baseball game at Fenway Park - Lonely Planet's NEW Boston city guide

Boston’s history recalls revolution and transformation, and today the city is still among the country’s most forward-thinking and barrier-breaking cities. Capture the intensity of baseball fandom in Fenway Park or enjoy a taste of the ivy league student life in Harvard square, all with you with your trusted Lonely Planet travel companion.

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Lonely Planet writer Mara Vorhees describes why she loves Boston. "Boston is wicked smaaht. I love that my city is motivated not by money or politics, but by learning. The academic institutions are a source of groundbreaking ideas, creative endeavors and renewable energy, which contribute to a dynamic, forward-looking city. But not all Bostonians are innovators: some are also scholars and conservators of history. After all, this is the 'Cradle of Liberty' and all that. So while it looks to the future, Boston also appreciates and celebrates the past, and maybe even learns from the compelling history that happened here."

Boston TOP 10

1. Freedom Trail

2. Fenway Park

3. Copley Square

4. Charles River Esplanade

5. Museum of Fine Arts

6. North End

7. Rose Kennedy Greenway

8. Harvard Square

9. Boston Harbour Islands

10. Beacon Hill
Inside the Boston city travel guide

- Full-colour maps and images throughout

- Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests

- Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots

- Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - history, art, literature, cinema, music, architecture, politics.

Coverage Includes: Neighborhoods at a Glance, Charlestown, West End & North End, Beacon Hill & Boston Common, Downtown & Waterfront, South End & Chinatown, Back Bay, Kenmore Square & Fenway, Seaport District & South Boston, Cambridge, Streetcar Suburbs, Day Trips from Boston, Sleeping and more.

Writers: Mara Vorhees

Lonely Planet is your passport to Boston, with amazing travel experiences and the best planning advice.