The capital city of Massachusetts, Boston has an incredibly rich history that serves as a testimony of if it being one of the oldest cities across the United States of America. One of the best ways to explore this city is on foot. Even if you have only a few days in hand, you can cover a myriad of points of interest, which in the first place are the reason behind a sea of globetrotters catching a flight to Boston. For starters, Boston Common and Public Garden is the greenest place in the city featuring flowers, statues, willow trees, and walking paths. With tulips in their full bloom in spring, it makes for a great spot to enjoy a picnic, ride a boat, feed ducks, and basically to have a whale of a time. If you’re eager to learn a thing or two about Boston’s history, you must check out the Freedom Trail where as many as 16 landmarks of historic significance reside.
Boston boasts several museums, namely the Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Museum of Science, and Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. Contrary to popular opinion, these museums are fun to explore. The astounding collection of exhibits, artifacts, and unlimited art pieces are sure to amaze you to the core. The city of Massachusetts is home to several interesting spots for which you won’t have to spend a single buck. Faneuil Hall Marketplace is one such place. It is brimming with hundreds of restaurants and shops. So, even if you’re not up for a shopping spree, you can roam around clicking some lovely pictures and grabbing a bite of cuisines plate up at Quincy Market.