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Boston, the capital city of Massachusetts, is known as one of the most historic, affluent and influential cities in the United States of America. It is home to a plethora of museums, theaters, historical sights, and excellent cafes, making it one of the ten most famous tourist locations in America. Every year around 16.3 million people visit the city and continue to come back.

Boston is motivated by learning; it has many institutions that are a source of its innovative art, architecture, and ideas. There are many popular attractions in Boston. Being the oldest city in America, you can hardly walk in its cobblestone paths without running into a historical site. Follow the Freedom Trail that is spread in the entire city connecting 16 historically significant sites. Boston has a total of 15 museums and galleries, for example, Museum of Fine Arts, Harvard Museum of Natural History and New England Aquarium. Witness the oldest public arboretum in North America, Arnold Arboretum- a park with beautiful landscaping and specimens.

Of the many things to do in Boston, shopping is one of the most exciting. You must visit the Newbury Street for brands, Charles St. for good lunch and coffee options and a pleasant place to stroll for a couple of hours (after shopping). Enjoy live shows in the Theater District. And if you like beer, you can also take a brewery tour in the Jamaica Plain. Boston houses multiple nightclubs and lounges, and club hopping is one of the many fun activities in Boston. The prominent nightlife can be found in the Theatre District, Chinatown, in the Faneuil Hall District as well as in Cambridge. A word of advice: Eat as much seafood as possible until you are in Boston. Enjoy delectable seafood at fish-centered Seaport District, enjoying the spectacular views of the harbor. Savor pasta at the North End and various Asian dishes in Chinatown. Boston's local specialties include sacred cord, oysters, and steamed lobster.

Boston is a city of local people and neighborhoods. They are the cogs that keep this city running, growing, reminiscing the past and building the future.