Boston full of exciting cases, things to look out for, and a lot of things to go through. Depending on where you live, you can get to Boston by train, plane or car. And if you get there, transportation is easy to find, and you can get to you and to all your destinations. That's nonsense, of Boston Manual and proposed schedule for the first couple of days.
This baseball park – the ideal place to start your tour of Boston. We love the Red Sox, Fenway Park, and, well, we really love all that baseball, and this stadium with a & # 39 is the best place the best of the best games. Not to mention the fact that the original architecture of the stadium when it was built. My favorite site was the right Field column, which they call the Sands – Polish player name Red Sox Johnny Sands. He has a history, which gives a lot of yellow pole individuality. For those in your group who is not engaged in baseball, they can enjoy the sites, sounds and sensory overload offered by any game of baseball. I say that a trip to Fenway Park – a home run.
The Boston Common has a very interesting history. In the mid 1600s it was karovny Pasha, who became a British camp, a popular place for public appearances and meetings and is now recognized as the oldest public park in the United States. This is a place for activities such as musical theater performances and other events, many of which can be used free of charge. Spring and summer months are more comfortable seasons to visit Boston Common, but simply spectacular, if cover a blanket of snow. We always visit during the warmer months, so that we can walk in the park, people watched and enjoyed the activities that have a lot of mandatory vision Boston.
Near the Boston Common to Boston Public Garden, which has the right to boast the first public botanical garden. Do you want to spend a few hours, especially in the nice warm day, and let the beauty of Mother Natures surround you. Trees, flowers and beautifully preserved landscapes filled with artistic territory. If you visit, make sure you visit the most iconic statue of Boston, "The way to a bronze ducklings" and the infamous statue of George Washington – the one where he is riding a horse. Remember the show Cheers? The park is located next to the original restaurant, which inspired the famous TV show. Take a picture directly on the stairs.
Isabella Stewart Garden
That widows may be in 1898, when her husband died and left her a priceless Italian art collection? Buy as land and start their own museum, the public is always enjoyed. In its museum, which she called the Isabella Stewart Garden, full of masterpieces by Titian, Raphael and showcases one of the good furniture, photographs, rare books and sculptures. I was struck by her extravagant taste for fine art and beauty as well as her motivation to carry out this initiative. The museum also has a glass atrium, greenhouses and superb manicured gardens, which have been added in recent years to improve the atmosphere. I recommend a visit here an hour since your in the area. You'll be glad you did it, and probably will want to make plans to return.
Museum of Fine Arts
It's unbelievable. We sat in one of the comfortable buses from the gardens of the Isabella Stewart and headed to the Museum of Fine Arts, which is only five blocks. We were able to open it, but I recommend to call for hours only if you visit on a weekend. You need to give more time here, because there is a lot to see. There is also a fabulous collection of Monet, Renoir, Rembrandt, and newer artists. Really nice part is that you can spend your free tour of the entire museum, which is considered one of the oldest art institutions in the country. It was strange to see that in the same building as represented by the greatest artists of the world.
Boston Symphony Orchestra
It's really magical music for someone. It does not matter if you like the band or not you enjoy life. Boston Symphony Orchestra performs more than 200 concerts annually. For example, world-class musicians, but the acoustics make the concerts almost preferred. I hope that you will be able to purchase tickets and have time to enjoy a concert, but if not, there are tours of the historic building, offering a spectacular view of history, musicians and what it takes to be part of the Boston attractions. Symphony Hall is located in the southern part of Boston near the campus of Northeastern University. It is easily accessible four metro stations that are within walking distance. Rejoice in the taxi, which we did, so no parking.
New English Aquarium
Whether you are young or young at heart, New England Aquarium – stop, which is totally worth the travel. If you have small children, there are many things to make them happy and fascinated. Here you can see thousands of sea creatures. Giant Ocean Tank right in the center of the building – a four-tank full of beautiful underwater wonders. I do not believe that this building has been more than 1000 different species. It has two main findings – seals and sea turtles, which are easy to slide into the water. We missed being fed a penguin, but we were told that it is visible, so when you go, ask the employee about the schedule or call ahead. Ask that plays in the Imax theater, the kids will love the three-dimensional educational films about the amazing things that are happening under the sea.