Travel Tips for Boston

Whether you are studying in Boston or just on a quick visit we recommend trying out the following as the top 5 things to see or do in Boston.

Freedom trail, Boston Freedom Trail
One of the biggest reasons that Boston is known as a walking city is the Freedom Trail. The trail is marked by a red brick or painted line which takes you to 16 historical sites as well as some of the most popular areas in Boston. It takes 2-3 hours to walk the whole trail, which has many places to eat along the way, and is a great way to get to know the city.
Top of the Hub, Boston Top of the Hub
This restaurant, which is located on the 52nd floor of the Prudential Tower, has an incredible view of the city and the Boston skyline, which you can enjoy as you have a drink or something to eat. In addition to the view, there is also live jazz music every night, which creates a great atmosphere for hanging out with friends, family, or that special someone.
Science Museum, Boston Boston Museum of Science
With over 700 interactive exhibits, this museum has something for everyone. You can learn about dinosaurs, see live animals, experiment with science, or go to the Charles Hayden Planetarium. The Boston Museum of Science is also home to the Mugar Omni Theater, which is a domed IMAX theater, whose screen goes beyond your peripheral vision, allowing you to feel like you are a part of the movie. It is definitely the best movie theater that you will ever go to!
Fenway, Boston Fenway Park
America’s oldest ballpark, which opened in 1912, is home to the Red Sox, Boston’s professional baseball team. Whether you like baseball or not, you have to catch a game at Fenway Park, Boston’s most popular tourist destination. Bostonians live and breathe sports and love their Red Sox more than most things in life. You can enjoy a game at Fenway Park any time between April and September.
Duck Tours, Boston Boston Duck Tours
If you want to take a tour of the city, Boston Duck Tours is the way to go. On this unique tour of Boston, you get to explore the city in a Duck, which is a vehicle that can travel on both land and water. The drivers of these Ducks, each with their own interesting personality, share their vast knowledge of the city during the tour. td>

Come and join us in Boston – we look forward to welcoming you to LSI Boston!

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