#1 The Freedom Trail
Measuring an entire two and a half miles, the Freedom trail offers the most appropriate way to interact with Boston city and efficiently explore the city’s historic journey. Although, it is easy to go through the trail is less than an hour, this will deny you the opportunity to make important stop overs and enjoy various sites along the way. The most appropriate time to cover and get acquainted with various sites along the trail is at least three hours. Even more better would be to walk in a leisurely manner and get time to view all the revolutionary landmarks.
#2 Boston Public Garden
This garden offers a reclusive place to rest. It lies along Charles Street adjacent and Boston Common and is reputed as being the oldest Botanical garden in the United States. In the Garden are the famous Swan boats that are operated by the descendant of the people reputed for boat invention.
#3 New England Aquariums
As someone once said, this is where you will see a smiling lion and playing penguins. It is an attractive place for families. It is more like an immersion into the watery worlds where you will encounter cavorting sea lions, in addition to pressing your nose against the glass with poisonous fish.
#4 Quincy Market
Also known as Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the market is a super indoor-outdoor market that is a wonderful place to dine and shop.
#5 Boston Harbor Islands
Who would not want to enjoy a super-swim, do some hiking, explore the old fort’s ruins or camp out under national park stars? Whether you believe it or not, the number of things you can do in Boston is just unimaginable. The harbor hosts thirty four narrow isles spread across New England's historic harbor. It also offers an opportunity to visit "hidden" outdoor spaces using seasonal ferries from both Quincy and Long Wharf.
These are just but a few places in Boston that any visitor would like to stop by. As a matter of fact, these are just but a tip of the iceberg, Boston has more than enough to keep your holiday alive and worthwhile. If you are intending to spend a holiday in Boston, then you need not worry about running out of ideas during your stay. You might even be surprised to realize that the time you have allotted is just not enough.