Boston knows how to celebrate any major holiday, so it’s no surprise that with historic buildings and that New England vibe, is also a perfect place to be during Christmastime. Here are some suggestions of things to do if you’re planning on spending Christmas in Boston:
Depending on family tradition and your personal views on the importance of Thanksgiving, the fourth Thursday in November (in 2013, Nov. 28) may threaten to bring you major stress about things like cooking (all those veggies—not to mention hours and hours for that Turkey!), cleaning (all those guests), and especially guilt about overeating (after your third plate of mashed potatoes and gravy).
While here at Viator we like to provide informative tips on fun things to do and see in Boston, it’s also important to think about what not to do. Knowing what not to do in Boston will help your trip run smoothly and give you the best experience.
Fall is a great time to visit Boston, especially as there are an array of fun festivals. Whether you’re interested in wine tasting, sampling local dishes or improving your writing, there is a festival for you to enjoy.
One of the most important things to think about when planning a trip is how to get around a city. Luckily for those heading to Boston, the city not only has a great public transportation system but is also walkable and bike-friendly.