Freedom’s the word in Boston. From the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre to the beginning of the American Revolution, this city’s steeped in history and lucky for you, it’s one of the few cities in the ‘Land of the Free’ where you can feel free to leave your car at home.
Day 1: Boston Sightseeing
The historic core of Boston begins and radiates outward from Boston Common, and thus it's a great place to orient yourself. Before you get going, though, consider getting a Go Boston Card, which gives you free entry to 70 of Boston's sights, attractions and tours. You can then start your Boston foray by following the Freedom Trail, winding past iconic colonial and Revolutionary sites. Then, to get a more in-depth view of Beantown, jump aboard the Boston Hop-on, Hop-off Trolley Tour - you can hop on and off at any of the 17 centrally located stops as often as you like.