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What Are The Top Amenities at Boston, MA?

Best Amenities in Boston, MA

Above shows the popular amenities in Boston and the number of the rental properties associated with each amenity. In Boston, 1010 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 935 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 881 rentals offer TV. So, if you need Internet or Wifi during your vacation, use the Internet or Wifi filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Pool, Hot Tub.

Which Price Range Is Most Typical in Boston, MA Area?

Vacation Apartment & House Rental Price Information in Boston, MA

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. Boston has the largest percentage (18.55%) of homes in $150 - $200 price range.
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How Many Rental Accommodations Are Pets Friendly in Boston, MA?
Pets Allowed vs Not Allowed in Boston, MA
23.35% of vacation homes in Boston are pet friendly. Make sure you select the pet friendly home filter when you are going to bring your pet(s) for the upcoming vacation.
Where Should We Visit in Boston, MA Area?
Must Visit Places In Boston, MA

When you have only limited times to spend in Boston, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:

Where Are The Good Trails in Boston, MA?
Best Trails In Boston, MA
Here are the trails we recommend in Boston: Boston City View Bike Route, Charles River Short Bike Loop Trail, Paul Revere Ride to Freedom Bike Tour, Boston's Emerald Necklace Trail, Boston's Freedom Trail, Exploring Boston's North End, Public Garden Monument Walking Tour, Charles River Reservation Full Bike Loop, Boston with Kids, Commonwealth Ave Monument Tour.
Any RV Campgrounds in Boston, MA?
Top Rated Campgrounds In Boston, MA
The best RV campgrounds here in Boston are: Carver Campground, Winter Island Park Campground, Harold Parker Campground, Salisbury Beach State Reservation Campground, Cascara Campground, Wompatuck Campground, Circle CG Farm Campground, Boston / Cape Cod KOA, Cross Winds Family Campground, Shady Acres Campground.
How Many Airports in Boston, MA?
Top Airports in Boston, MA

Here are the airports that located near Boston:

How to get around in Boston, MA?

Airports: Boston Logan International Airport.

Train: South Station, located in Dewey square at the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and summer street in Boston, uses Amtrak, the largest railway station, long-distance bus station, and transportation hub in Boston.

What are the travel peak seasons in Boston, MA?
Peak Seasons

From mid-May to mid-October is the best time to travel in Boston. The temperature is hot and humid. The best way to go out is to keep rain gear. Boston has a temperate continental climate. It is hot and humid in summer and cold in winter. Due to the influence of the ocean, the climate changes rapidly. Don't forget to check the weather conditions in advance before traveling, and appropriately increase or decrease clothes.

What are the must-visit places in Boston, MA?
Must See Attractions

Boston Common: located in the center of Boston, it is the starting point of the road to freedom and the oldest Park in the United States. The park is a typical British Garden, a rare oasis in the city. In Boston Park, there is also one of the oldest cemeteries in Boston, the central burying ground, where many British and American soldiers who died in the battle of Beck hill in 1775 were buried. In the park, there are not only shade and lush flowers, but also bronze fountains, bronze statues of young people, and outdoor music stations sent by the French.

Quincy Market: it is a famous shopping place in Boston, next to the fanart hall. It is a paradise for eating and shopping. Quincy Market is composed of three long two-story buildings. There are many food stalls in the central building of the market. In addition, there are many buildings with historical value on the square, so it is also a famous scenic spot in Boston.

Harvard University: a private research university in Massachusetts, USA, is a member of the Ivy League. Harvard University is an educational institution with top academic status, reputation, wealth, and influence in the world, and is known as the think tank of the US government.

MIT: MIT has a very important influence in both the United States and the world. It has trained many people who have a great impact on the world. It is a pioneer and leading university in high-tech and higher research in the world. MIT's natural and Engineering Science has an excellent reputation in the world, and its management, economics, philosophy, political science, and linguistics are also excellent.

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in Boston, MA?
Local Events & Festivals

Boston Marathon: it's held every year on the first Monday of April. The Boston Marathon began on April 19, 1897, with more than 20,000 runners participating each year. It is the first city marathon in the world. The Boston Marathon follows its ancient tradition, with beautiful fields, point-to-point fast track, and an unprecedented live audience. All of these embody the charm of this ancient marathon, attracting more than 500,000 people to watch the race every year.

Route: the race starts from Hopkinton, just west of Boston, through seven small towns, and ends at Copley Square in downtown Boston.

May Fair: the weekend of Memorial Day is the beginning of the summer tourist season.

Boston Harborfest: it starts at the end of June and continues until independence day. The harbor festival of Boston national day week begins at the end of June and continues until independence day. Every year, the organizers prepare a huge cake to share with the public free of charge.

First Night: on December 31, Boston holds a grand independence celebration. The large-scale celebration, which is composed of more than 50 events, includes the metropolitan parade, concerts, and other activities. It will also broadcast fireworks on TV throughout the country.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in Boston, MA?
Art & Culture Places

Museum of Fine Arts: located in a well-designed building, the Museum of Fine Arts offers a variety of fascinating paintings, ceramics, sculptures, jewelry, musical instruments and works of art from several ancient civilizations.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: it's a very popular place. The museum is not big, so it can be seen in less than half a day. There are interesting stories behind every exhibit in the museum. The museum has interior buildings with Italian, Greek, and Middle Eastern characteristics, as well as its own unique local architectural exhibition area. The courtyard environment of the museum is very beautiful.

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