There are several places in the United States that are full of history, but none of them is like Massachusetts. Home of the Boston Tea Party and the birth land of Paul Revere, a travel to Massachusetts will get you excited for sure.
There are so many things to do here and so many family-friendly things to do too, you’ll not get bored. Travel to Massachusetts and see the beautiful colonial landmarks, stunning landscape and of course, you should not miss the food.
We have reviewed a lot of places for you to see, and you can find out where to eat, stay and play with your family while traveling to Massachusetts, right here!
The city of Boston was an incredibly important city during the early days of the Country. It still is, but for different reasons. Lots of the historical events of the US that have to do with their independence took place here. This means that Boston is packed with cool places to visit and many family-friendly […]Read More
What is the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of Boston food? Seafood, of course! That means Atlantic Fish Company! And you can’t visit Boston unless you visit the iconic seafood restaurants in Boston, right? So I went on the hunt for where to eat in Boston. Gratefully, my brother lives […]Read More
Just across the Charles River Basin from Boston itself, Cambridge Massachusetts is a beautiful, historic city which Boston travelers should not make the mistake of overlooking. Because of its close proximity to Boston, finding a Cambridge hotel central to many interesting sights in both cities is a snap if you use the right booking site. […]Read More
Boston is one of the most unique cities in the US. It’s a city of ‘Firsts’ and tons of fun trivia that you just gotta read about! Boston, a City of ‘Firsts’ and Not Only for the US but the World First Thanksgiving 1621: Plymouth First Public park 1634: Boston Common First public school in […]Read More
Not only is Boston called the ‘Walking City’ it’s also nicknamed the ‘City of Neighborhoods’. With over 21 different neighborhoods, it’s hard to believe that such a small city can be so diverse. Bostonians take their neighborhoods very seriously. Every neighborhood is almost like a stand-alone town with the residents having strong-rooted pride, culture, and […]Read More
Visiting Cambridge Massachusetts is much more than a stroll around the quaint streets and the banks of Charles river. It’s walking along in historic times along with the brightest minds of the US, and the world. I have to gloat a little. My baby brother five years ago had a dilemma: he had to decide […]Read More
My kids are growing up in Central America where football (soccer) rules over any other sports event. Even though in Nicaragua (almost a neighboring country) the national sport is baseball you barely hear about it. And you definitely don’t have any stadiums where it is played and considered as a religious, fanatical event like in […]Read More
Let’s pretend you only have 24 hours in Boston. Instead of sitting in a corner biting your nails that you have such a short period of time in this great city, you can actually do a lot to enjoy it. Boston is home to so many important events that have shaped the history of the […]Read More
Boston may be called the “Walking City” but it sure helps to have a reliable, efficient subway system. Bet you didn’t know this about the Boston Subway System The first subway system in the United States was built at Park Street, Boston in 1897. The metro is called the T Metro Map – It runs […]Read More
As with all things in Boston, everything has a significant historical background. Boston Commons and Public Gardens, the main park of Central Boston and a perfect spot to kick back and enjoy nature. Related Read: Free Things To Do In Boston Interesting Facts About Boston Commons And Swam Boats Boston Commons is the first park […]Read More
Eating out at fancy-schmancy restaurants is fantastic and a dream for most parents traveling with young kids. We always fit in two or three dining out adventures, and they are great fun. But nothing beats eating at food stands and trucks. I hunt food trucks everywhere we visit, Boston is no different. Recommended Read: Dining in Boston, […]Read More
Markets and I are best friends. I seek them out where ever I go and can spend hours simply wandering around, enjoying the atmosphere, without buying anything at all. Living in Guatemala my addiction stays alive and well with the amazing traditional and local markets here with prices that I never thought would be beaten, especially […]Read More
Boston is a city that has so many monumental beginnings and first doings not only for the United States of America but for the entire world that it’s impossible not to become a bit of a history buff as you tour around this curvy, gorgeous, waterfront city. When I read that the oldest restaurant in […]Read More
Don’t you just love when you get a bonus tour included in a sightseeing tours in Boston package that you were totally not expecting? It’s like finding an extra $100 in your pocket. Well, at least that’s what it felt like for me when I discovered that my family and I get to do cruise […]Read More
Twenty years ago, when I lived in London, I remember taking the hop-on-hop-off double decker tour to see all the hot spots and to orient myself around the city. Back then London was the pioneer in such a nifty idea. Today it seems that every major city has incorporated it into their tourism agenda – […]Read More
Boston is a city with an amazing history and tons of interesting things that you are fun to learn. The architecture of its buildings and the culture of its people give it a unique touch. Don’t know what makes Boston such a unique place? Recommended Read: Family Friendly things to do in Boston Photo By: […]Read More
Welcome to Boston, the largest city of Massachusetts! As one of the oldest cities of the United States, it is a place filled with history and tons of historical sites, visiting them is a must-do in Boston for travelers. It was founded in 1630 by Puritan colonists on the Shawmut Peninsula. It is now a […]Read More
Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall have got to be the most fun places to visit when coming to Boston. Quincy Market has it all for the family. Spend hours watching the street performers, eating local food, and wandering around the shops. Faneuil Hall – one of the most important historic landmarks in Boston. And along […]Read More
Boston, one of the most historic cities of the United States and one of the most popular destinations of the country. This city in the heart of Massachusetts has an endless list of family friendly things to do in Boston, historical places to visit, and parks. A few of the attractions in Boston are free […]Read More
Boston has one of the greatest selections of dining. You can find anything you like to want. But it’s always fun to go for the iconic Bostonian meals. Most of them are seafood. But you’ll find others too. Unique dining in Boston Where to Eat in Boston? We had a super lavish dining experience at […]Read More