One of America’s oldest cities, Boston continues to be one of the most favorite for domestic and international visits. Each year, the city sees more than 19 million travelers each year for sporting events, educational seminars, historical tours, or simply to soak in all the sights and sounds of the city. And surrounding towns like Salem, Fall River, and Martha’s Vineyard make for excellent day trips.
Use our mini travel guide to start planning your next adventure to Beantown
Where to Stay
Boston offers an eclectic blend of boutique hotels, historic properties, and high end luxury accommodations from the likes of Four Seasons and Ritz Carlton. Some of its most iconic hotels include The Lenox Hotel, InterContinental Boston, and Hotel Commonwealth. It’s hard to make a wrong choice when it comes to Boston’s luxury properties.
Things to See and Do
Rooted in culture and history, Boston is arguably one the most eclectic cities in the country. If you want to experience the real Beantown, add the following adventures to your itinerary:
Boston’s food scene is booming, and there’s no better way to sample all its flavors than by taking a food tour. For one fixed price, you can experience the fare of some of the city’s top chefs, including some of the freshest seafood in the state.
Touted as the oldest public park in the country, a lot of history has happened on its grounds. Public speeches and rallies have taken place here for hundreds of years, and the area continues to be an anchor for concerts, events, and other activities.
It’s hard not to find yourself in North End at some point during your trip. This is one of the most historic districts in the city, with cobblestone streets and some of the best Italian food you’ll find outside of Italy.
Sam Adams Brewery Tour
Sam Adams is a big name in Boston, both in terms of history and in one of America’s favorite beermakers. You can take a tour of the brewery to see where all the magic happens.
Best Time of Year to Visit Boston
Because of the cold, harsh winters in Boston, most people prefer to wait until the spring, summer, or fall to plan their trip. The mid fall in October is arguably the best time for seeing the city on foot, as the crisp autumn air and vibrant colors contribute to the city’s unique vibe. Of course, the plus side of visiting during snow season is enjoying better rates on luxury hotels.
Whether you’re planning to tour Cambridge or Harvard, get a history lesson as you explore the town, or want to see where some major blockbusters like American Hustle or The Town were filmed, Access Jet Group is here to serve as your personal private flight concierge. Contact us for the best pricing and availability and start planning your next private jet experience.