Boston and Surrounds Cities
- 1247 reviews
All the colleges and universities make Boston a very youthful city! But it is also one of the oldest and most historic in the US. A great combination of youthful...
- 243 reviews
Mostly known for being the location of one of the world's most famous and prestigious universities.
- 313 reviews
On our way up the coast we stopped in Gloucester just to walk around and see some of the fishing sites.
- 45 reviews
Brookline has some hidden gems, but it's still a little rough around the edges. It's certainly not the classiest place and I wouldn't say it's a must-see part of Boston....
- 520 reviews
Full of history, this quaint village is worth spending time in! Note - if you are going to go to all of the museums....make sure you have lots of cash...
- 61 review
Just a little northwest of Boston, Somerville boasts one of the highest concentrations of artists in the country, and it shows in areas like Davis and Union Squares. The city...
- 78 reviews
Rockport is an adorable seaside town about an hour north of Boston. There are cozy bed and breakfasts, small beaches, hidden coves, and amazing seafood.
- 85 reviews
This expensive Boston suburb is home to many of the area's most successful, and it looks like it. There's not much for toursits here (aside from the famous Heartbreak Hill...
- 96 reviews
Visited Concord from Boston when the great autumn foliage change was happening. The forrests and trees surrounding Concord were simply so beautiful that one could hardly believe one's eyes. Spent...
- 104 reviews
the Ocean Club is there