For those who are always in a hurry on their trips and want to embrace the immensity in one day, we have compiled a walking route that allows you to get acquainted with Boston in a few hours.
As a pivotal player in the nation’s history Boston offers a varios of experiences for those already exploring its rich past and cool present. This guide will take you through a memorable day in the city. Highlighting key Boston attractions, must-visit historical sites, and the best food in Boston.
We can say that Boston is a pedestrian city. It is convenient to walk in the center, there is a good (albeit a little strange) subway network. Which Bostonians simply call: “T” (pronounced: “ti”). The central streets are twisted into a system of nested one-way loops. Which makes driving around the city by car doubly unpleasant. Therefore, the easiest way is to leave the car somewhere in the parking lot at the metro station on the outskirts and continue to move on foot.
A map of the Boston subway is available on the official MBTA website, where you can find all the prices for the transportation.
Morning Bike Ride Along the Charles River
Imagine the cool morning breeze greeting you as you set off on a bicycle ride along the serene Charles River. As you weave your way past the lush Esplanade let the city’s warmth and the river’s tranquil beauty wash over you. Take a pause at the Longfellow Bridge for a moment to enjoy a breathtaking panorama of Boston.
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Here, would be a perfect stop for a little snack. Picture yourself while snaking with a hot dog and a cup of milk right there with the city spread out before you. Then follow pedaling on to the Museum of Science. If you’re a tech enthusiast consider visiting the nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). And don’t forget to marvel at La Grande Voile, a sculpture that’s as magnificent as its name suggests.
Explore Harvard University
Next thing to do in that one day travel guide is to let your wheels lead you to the Harvard University. Lock up your bike and lose yourself in the hallowed halls and the vibrant squares. Who knows? You might find a book or two that calls out to you, begging to be read.
Lunch at Mr. Bartley’s Burger Cottage
For sure after this adventure you’ll have worked up an appetite. Make your way to Mr. Bartley’s Burger Cottage is a place where each burger tells a story of more than 40 years of culinary tradition. Believe me or not but biting into one of their legendary burgers is an experience every Boston visitor should have, let me know after in the comments your experience.
Dive Into Boston’s History
Now it’s time to delve into the heart of Boston’s history. With your bike by your side, continue your journey into the past at the Old State House,Old North Church and Bunker Hill. Each of these landmarks whispers stories allowing you to step back in time.
Evening in the North End
After feeding your brain with some new knowledge, go to Charleston Bridge. After continue kicking your pedal to the North End. For dinner, consider going to Podomoro to try the seafood. It’s a celebration of Boston’s rich culinary scene and the perfect prelude to the night.
Night Out at Liberty Hotel
And what better way to wrap up this unforgettable 1 day than at the Liberty Hotel? Hang out with your friends at the Liberty Hotel that was once known as Charles Street Jail. A prison that was closed because of the bad condition.
Plan Your Boston Trip Today
This one day travel guide is but a glimpse into the soul of Boston. A city of innovation, history, and culinary delights, Boston invites you to taste its flavors, explore its streets and immerse yourself in its stories. Whether the past draws you, the future fascinates you, or good food simply captivates your heart. Start planning your visit now and craft your very own day to remember in this unforgettable city.