Boston Massachusetts, with it’s sweeping views of historical landmarks, distinguished bistros and charming shops, it’s a visual feast worth experiencing. Travelers seeking to indulge their senses in artisan pastries and mom & pop eateries will enjoy the cobblestone streets of North End and Beacon Hill. For more great eats, consider The Salty Pig, serving fall-off-the-bone meats and grilled veggies, VERTS Mediterranean Grill crafts the best organic food options, and dine in luxury at City Table in Lenox Hotel.
Nestled in a brownstone community is the idyllic Boston Public Garden, take a walk along the trail and enjoy the lush greenery, waterfowls and tranquil standing water. For some serious shopping, visit the vendor lineup at Prudential Center and Quincy Market.
Established in 1636, Harvard University graduates include former Presidents Barack Obama and John F. Kennedy. A picturesque campus with a treasure trove gift shop, you’ll be sure to find something to your liking. Then make your way to The Maharaja royal Indian cuisine in Havard Square for a delectable lunch buffet overlooking Cambridge.
And last, but not least, this trip advisory wouldn’t be complete without a mention of the Franklin Park Zoo. A whopping 72 acres of wildlife, it’s home to 220 species of animals and 7 interactive exhibits. For lodging during your travel, the Charlesmark Hotel & Lounge is an exceptional choice with an array of amenities to suite your needs.
BOSTON PUBLIC GARDEN
FRANKLIN PARK ZOO
FRANKLIN PARK ROAD
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