When should I visit?

Late summer, early Autumn is a great time to visit Boston, just as The Fall is beginning and the leaves are changing; there are spectacular colours unde dark blue skies. You will also find that even though this is a beautiful season, there may well be less tourists and cheaper hotel rates.

Must-sees?

Fish lovers will have an extra special time in Boston as the city has become known as America's Seafood Capital. The New England Clam Chowder is a must, as is a visit to restaurant Atlantic Fish Company on Boylston Street. The steamed mussels are wonderful.
The half bus, half boat innovative Boston Duck Tours are one must-do whilst in the city. Being able to travel both on land and water means you get to see the city from multi perspectives. The high adrenaline moment the bus rushes into the water is one not to be missed.
With over 60 museums to choose to visit in Boston, there is plenty to see. One of my favourites is The Museum of Fine Arts, the fifth largest museum in the Unuted States and is superb. My favourite is The Ancient World, with over 85,000 works from all over the world.

Local traditions?

The oldest marathon in the world takes place in Boston every April. Fancy trying it? If you are not sure, this may help!

How do I get there?

British Airways flies daily and all year round to Boston from London Heathrow Terminal 5 up to four times per day. Delta flies from London Heathrow Terminal 3, as does Virgin Atlantic. American will offer a daily service from London Heathrow Terminal 3 from 29th March 2020. Flight time is around 7 hours.

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