Welcome to Boston

Welcome to Boston, Massachusetts! Whether you are already here or planning a future trip, we welcome you with open arms. Boston is full of history and culture. During your visit, we highly recommend that you stop by Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, Charlestown, Fenway, and South End, because they offer a wide-range of things to do!

Looking to learn about some of Boston’s landmarks? The Back Bay area is known for its popular landmarks like Copley Square and the Public Library. However, there are landmarks all over Boston. Stop by Charlestown to learn about its historical roots, and don’t forget to visit the Bunker Hill Monument! If you’re a sports fanatic, don’t miss the opportunity to visit Fenway Park, home of the Boston red Sox. If you are interested in Victorian architecture, visiting the South End of Boston is a must! The South End is full of Victorian houses, some of which were built in the 1800s! Pretty cool, right?

Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, Charlestown, Fenway, and South End locations truly encompass all that Boston has to offer, but keep in mind that these are just a few of Boston’s most interesting locations! 

We hope you get a chance to indulge in Boston and its culture. Enjoy your visit to Boston!

Visiting Boston? Don't miss...

USS Constitution

USS Constitution Welcome aboard the USS Constitution, the Oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world! USS Constitution is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy. Named by President George Washington after the Constitution of the United States of America, she is the world's oldest floating commissioned naval vessel. Click to discover more about the USS Constitution

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Boston History

Boston is one of the most historic cities in the United States. Older than the United States itself by more than a century, Boston has been the site of some of the most significant events in U.S. history. More Boston history...

Boston Weather

Overall, Boston, Massachusetts has a temperate climate. The summers are warm, while winters can get to be quite cold. Fall and spring are mild, but are filled with the beautiful effects of changing seasons. More Boston weather...

Boston Logan Int'l Airport

Boston Logan International Airport, officially known as General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport, is the largest airport in New England and the main air travel hub for the Northeast region of the country. More about Boston Logan Airport...

Planning an itinerary?

Check out our interactive maps to find everything you want to visit on your next trip to Boston.
Boston Map

Use our maps to find:

  • Restaurants
  • Attractions
  • Hotels
  • Shopping

We can help you get around.

Check out our transportation page for info on public transit, walking/ biking and other ways to get around town.

Boston Car Rentals

We recommend using the MBTA while in Boston, but if you want to travel outside the city, or would prefer to rent a car just click here to go to our rental car search form and select your car type, dates for rental, car features and other options.

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