Boston is one of the oldest and most European cities in the United States. It has been the birthplace of many important historical events, as well as great North American politicians such as the Kennedy family. Visit Boston on one of our cheap flights and immerse yourself in North American history.
It’s excellent location, next to the ocean and the countryside, along with its historical and cultural relevance, make this city a luxury destination. A pioneer in many aspects (the first public school, university and metro line in the United States all opened in Boston), and home to reputed universities, such as Harvard, and technology research centres, the city boasts one of the best qualities of life in the world. If you want to discover the city on foot, there is nothing better than the Trails, which are marked on the ground to guide you through your exploration of historical buildings and sites of interest. The Freedom Trail focuses on the city’s revolutionary past, while the Black Heritage Trail shows the role of Boston in the US history of anti-slavery. The oldest part of Boston, the North End, which is now the Italian neighbourhood, houses a multitude of restaurants serving the typical local dish of clam chowder.
If it’s nature you seek, don’t miss Boston Common, the United States’ first urban park, which bore witness to many historical events, such as the witch hangings in the 17th century and Martin Luther King’s speeches. You can also take the ferry to the Boston Harbour Islands National Park, a group of islands perfect for rambling and views of this pioneering city. Be a pioneer yourself and discover the city with one of our cheap flights to Boston!
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