Boston

A city of history and tradition, Boston offers a proud legacy of culture, education, and numerous sporting championships. Boston's independent spirit has been proudly displayed to the world ever since colonists angry over a British tax on their beloved tea dumped shiploads of it into the harbor in protest.
Popular destinations: Back Bay-Beacon Hill, Downtown Boston and South Boston

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Search for hotels in Boston, 3 miles west in Cambridge, 4 miles southwest in Brookline, 4 miles northeast in Revere and 3 miles northwest in Somerville.
Historical heavyweights, Back Bay and Beacon Hill are some of Boston's most beautiful neighborhoods.
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Downtown Boston is really the heart of the city. Many companies and agencies have their headquarters in the area, and City Hall and the State House are also located here.
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Honor. Tradition. Loyalty. If you're familiar with South Boston as presented on the silver screen, these values might spring foremost to your mind.
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So, you've decided to visit Dorchester. Congratulations!
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Both bound closely with Boston while remaining a bit cut off, Allston/Brighton is defined by the colleges that surround it.
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Possessing the largest Victorian row house district in the country, the South End is one of Boston's most popular places.
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The Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood is named after both Kenmore Square, and the Fens, both of which it encompasses.
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Known as "Little Italy" for over a hundred years, the North End proudly carries the torch of Boston's Italian heritage.
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Jamaica Plain and Mission Hill are two distinct neighborhoods within the City of Boston.
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One of the first towns founded in Massachusetts Bay, Roxbury is located at the geographic center of Boston.
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A lot of neighborhoods claim to be diverse, but East Boston is the real deal.
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Boston's Charlestown was the traditional home of employees at the now-decommissioned Navy Yard.
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The Outer Neighborhoods of Boston are four distinct neighborhoods that have been consolidated here for the visitor.
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Rated 4.7 of 5
15 Beacon Street, Boston
+1 617-670-1500
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90 Tremont Street, Boston
+1 617-772-5800
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1 Court Street, Boston
+1 617-979-8100
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161 Devonshire Street, Boston
+1 617-357-6400
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1 Avenue de Lafayette, Boston
+1 617-912-1234
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10 Avery Street, Boston
+1 617-574-7100
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5 Blossom Street, Boston
+1 617-742-7630
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26 North Street, Boston
+1 617-523-3600
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250 Franklin Street, Boston
+1 617-451-1900
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25 Charles Street, Boston
+1 617-723-1133
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Choose the road less travelled. And remember that the best places to visit are not in the guide.

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