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Follow revolutionary history along the Freedom Trail, catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, or have a cup of chowder at one of the city’s excellent restaurants. With a bustling harbor, vibrant cultural scene, and historic landmarks, Boston promises an unforgettable experience for every type of traveler at any time of the year. 

Where to Stay in Boston

Surround yourself with the charms and energy of Boston. Ideally located in the Financial District,  the Club Quarters Faneuil Hall is central to the action, with businesses nearby, and after-hours.

Sites of interest include Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the Freedom Trail, and Boston Common…all within walking distance. 

Boston Dining

Elephant & Castle 

161 Devonshire Street

Located in Club Quarters Hotel, Elephant & Castle is a British-inspired pub that serves modern takes on English pub food. The menu is a Brit-“ish” invasion of flavor and features Boston’s most extensive list of beer on tap. Don’t forget to take advantage of our bed and breakfast offer when you stay as a guest.

Banks Fish House

406 Stuart Street

What’s a trip to New England would be complete without a cup of chowder or chowda as Bostonians call it? This elegant seafood house has a mouthwatering  version that’s creamy and flavorful, served with chives and Berkshire pork belly.

Krasi

48 Gloucester Street

Conviviality is the key component of this industrial chic mezze bar that serves fresh-baked breads, Greek wines, and a selection of plates from grilled sea bream to summer squash boureki and lemon potatoes.

Mida

782 Tremont Street

This isn’t just any neighborhood Italian restaurant. Its deliciously simple dishes—paccheri bolognese, spaccatelli al pesto—is the buzz about town. 

Boston Attractions

Boston Common 

139 Tremont Street

The oldest public park in the United States has a reflecting pond, band stand, fountains, and memorials scattered along rolling lawns.

Institute of Contemporary Art

25 Harbor Shore Drive

A contemplative space for cutting-edge contemporary art with galleries that cantilever over the waterfront.

Boston Museum of Fine Arts

465 Huntington Avenue

A renowned collection of nearly 500,000 works of art, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts (BFA)  tells the story of the human experience through ancient artifacts and modern masterpieces.

Freedom Trail 

139 Tremont Street

This walkable 2.5-mile trail is a homage to history, from the American Revolution and beyond. The brick path connects museums, burial grounds, meeting houses, churches, and other historical sites, which you can explore on your own or with a guide.                                    

Fenway Park

4 Jersey Street

Catch a game (and a bit of nostalgia) at one of the oldest stadiums in major league baseball —and home to the Red Sox since 1912. Its unique features include the “Green Monster” (the left-field wall) and the manual scoreboard.

Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum

25 Evans Way

Wander through this enchanting museum—with a Renaissance-style courtyard—through rare books, ceramics, silvers and European masterpieces. Look familiar? It’s the setting of a famous (still unsolved) art heist. 

Boston Shopping

Faneuil Hall Marketplace / Quincy Market

206 South Market Street

Housed in historical buildings with colonnaded arcades and cobblestone walkways, Faneuil Hall, and the adjacent Quincy Market, now brim with local and brand-name shops and restaurants.

Newbury Street

Back Bay between Arlington and Massachusetts Avenue

Browse around this posh street lined  with charming brownstones. You’ll find trendy fashion brands, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and luxury labels.

Prudential Center

800 Boylston Street

In the heart of Back Bay, this shopping and dining destination features stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Eataly Boston; a glass bridge connects to the Copley Center, with more stores to explore. 

OuiMillie 

126 Charles Street

A fashion-forward curation of apparel, accessories, and home goods from emerging design talent around the world.

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Getting There

Getting Here

Boston’s major airport, Logan International (BOS), is a convenient two miles from the city center; Amtrak trains get to Boston through the Northeast Corridor, and several major bus lines arrive at South Station. Boston is also a great destination for road trips, with access through several interstate highways, including the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) and Interstate 93 (I-93).

Getting Around

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority runs Boston’s public transit system, which includes buses, commuter rails, ferries, and the “T,” the public subway system. Taxis and ride shares are also available, as well as bike-sharing programs.

Local Intel 

Know the Local Lingo

Bubbler: A drinking fountain. B’daydas: A term of endearment for potatoes. Grinda: A sub or a sandwich. The Cape: Cape Cod. Southie: South Boston, a historically Irish American neighborhood. Townie: Someone who has grown up and still lives in Boston. Wicked: Very. Ripper: An insane party. 

Insider Tips

There is no happy hour in Boston. Unlike most American cities, Boston banned after-work drink specials long ago. Instead, you can expect discounted appetizers at bars and restaurants.

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