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Take a trip to Boston

Boston is a fascinating destination that combines history, culture and modernity. Soak up the vibrant atmosphere of its neighborhoods, explore its iconic monuments and let yourself be enchanted by its timeless charm.
Be seduced by the authentic charm of Beacon Hill, one of the city's most picturesque neighborhoods. Stroll along the narrow streets lined with red-brick houses and admire the timeless elegance of colonial architecture. Don't miss the famous Acorn Street, a narrow cobbled street that offers a real trip back in time. Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Quincy Market, where the smells of food stalls mingle with the bustle of street performers. For history buffs, the Freedom Trail is a must. This 4-kilometer historical trail will guide you through the most important sites of the American Revolution, such as the Old State House, the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Boston

  • Harvard University

    Discover Harvard University, a global symbol of academic excellence and scholarship. Soak up the inspiring atmosphere of this prestigious institution and explore the iconic landmarks for which it is renowned.
    Start your visit at majestic Harvard Yard, the historic heart of the campus. Stroll among the red brick buildings and marvel at the architectural beauty of the university. Don’t miss the John Harvard Statue, where students gather to touch the shoe of the university’s famous founder in the hope of a dose of academic luck. Continue your exploration with a visit to the Harvard University Art Museums. Admire an impressive collection of artworks ranging from antiquity to the present day. Don’t forget to visit Widener Library, one of the world’s largest and most prestigious libraries. Lose yourself in the knowledge-filled stacks and soak up the studious atmosphere of this intellectual space. For a refreshing break, head to Harvard Square, a lively square lined with stores, cafés and restaurants. Let yourself be swept away by the youthful, creative energy of this dynamic district.

  • Beacon Hill

    Beacon Hill, a picturesque enclave nestled in the heart of Boston. Immerse yourself in the historic atmosphere of this charming neighborhood and explore its architectural treasures, cobblestone streets and verdant parks.
    Start your visit with a stroll along Charles Street, Beacon Hill’s main thoroughfare. Stroll among elegant boutiques, antique shops and charming cafés. Don’t miss the iconic Acorn Street, often considered the most picturesque street in America. Its irregular cobblestones, Georgian houses with colorful shutters and flower gardens will transport you back in time. Continue your exploration with a visit to Boston Common, the oldest public park in the United States. For an immersion in Boston’s history, visit the Massachusetts State House, an iconic building on Beacon Hill. Explore its richly decorated rooms, including the golden dome overlooking the city. Take time to discover the exhibits that tell the story of the state of Massachusetts. Finish your visit at the Nichols House Museum, a historic mansion transformed into a museum. Immerse yourself in the daily life of 19th-century Beacon Hill residents and admire the collections of period art and furniture. It’s a unique opportunity to discover the neighborhood’s intimate history.


  • Quincy Market

    Located in the heart of the historic Faneuil Hall district, Quincy Market is a true architectural gem. Start your visit by losing yourself in the tantalizing scents of Quincy Market Colonnade. From fresh fruit stands to seafood delights and sweet treats, you’ll find something to delight your taste buds. Indulge in local specialties such as lobster rolls, clam chowders or the famous Boston cream pies. Once you’ve satisfied your appetite, head to the adjoining Faneuil Hall Marketplace, a historic venue where great political speeches were made. Discover the fascinating history of this building as you explore the boutiques and artisan stands offering unique and authentic products.

  • Boston Common park

    Boston Common Park is a natural treasure in the heart of Boston, offering a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Explore its verdant paths, discover its historic monuments and enjoy its soothing atmosphere. Nestled between skyscrapers and bustling streets, Boston Common Park offers a natural escape where you can recharge your batteries. Stroll along the winding paths lined with majestic trees, breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the tranquility offered by this haven of peace.
    At the center of the park is Frog Pond, a pond that transforms into a skating rink in winter. Continue your exploration by visiting the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, a memorial dedicated to Civil War heroes. Continue your stroll to the Brewer Fountain, a magnificent fountain that brightens up the park’s landscape. Its refreshing spray and detailed sculptures make it an ideal place to relax and take great photos…

  • Stroll along the Charles River

    Discover the natural beauty of a walk along the Charles River, an unforgettable experience not to be missed on your visit to Boston. This iconic river offers an idyllic setting for a picturesque stroll through the heart of the city. The stroll begins at the Charles River Esplanade, a picturesque riverside park stretching for several kilometers. Walk along shady paths lined with majestic trees and enjoy panoramic views over the sparkling waters of the river. Continue your exploration by crossing the famous bridges that span the river, such as the Longfellow Bridge and the Massachusetts Avenue Bridge. Continue your walk to the Harvard Bridge, also known as the “Smoot Bridge”. This unique bridge is famous for its unconventional measurements, marked by marks of “Smoots”, an informal unit of measurement created by students at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
    Continuing on your way, you’ll arrive at Community Boating, Inc. where you can rent kayaks or paddleboards to explore the river up close. Take this opportunity to admire the Boston skyline.

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