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Holidays to Boston

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Fall for America’s Olde Towne

Among its sleek skyscrapers and trendy boroughs, Boston City’s rich heritage still shines through. Famed for its unique character and local quirks, there’s no better place to immerse yourself in America’s sweeping history.

A jumble of buzzing financial districts, Georgian-style terraces, old-world charm and natural beauty, Boston is a perfect choice for your holidays to America. While the Downtown area is very much a modern metropolis, there are still surprising pockets of green, from the beloved Boston Common, to the picturesque Greenway that winds its way through the city, to the picturesque walks along the waterfront.

There’s so much to explore. There’s beautiful Beacon Hill, the Italian-infused North End, and captivating Chinatown. Outside of Downtown, you’ll find Cambridge, home to world-renowned Harvard University, and lots of other districts with their own quirks and charms. Getting around is as simple as hopping on the T, the local underground railway. The city is also well-served by buses and train, but it’s a really great city to walk around. And don’t forget to explore further afield during your Boston holidays in 2019 – venture further along Cape Cod and you’ll encounter historic towns and stunning sights.

Make it a Multicentre!

Make the most of your holidays to Boston. Why not add a trip to New York or Las Vegas with a Multi Centre Holiday?

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Quick Facts:

Local Time: 03:11

Transfer Time: 0.40

Currency: Dollars

Fly From: Dublin, Belfast, Shannon

Average flight time: 7hrs 30mins

Language: English




Summer weather is generally hot and can be quite humid. July is peak season in terms of crowds and temperatures. The heat isn't unbearable but it can be too much for some people. September and October are a great time to visit with warm, pleasant temperatures. Spring is similar, with Winter temperatures dropping sometimes to below freezing.

When to Go

Boston, Massachusetts is really an all-year destination. However, from November through to February, there can often be high snowfall. June, July and August are the hottest and busiest months. You're sure to find tons of seasonal activities. The Fourth of July is a major national celebration, Halloween is a beloved New England tradition and summer is packed with festivals and celebrations.

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There are so many things to do in Boston, it’s hard to know where to start. No visit is complete without a tour, or a game, at famous Fenway Park. Step into history along the Freedom Trail, a walk taking in significant sites across the bustling streets. Visit the amazing aquarium, the many incredible museums, and the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library. Venture outside the city for even more adventures. Explore Cape Cod, and stop at Plymouth town, the landing place of the Pilgrims. Plymouth Plantation is a captivating recreation of the Pioneer way of life. Hyannis is worth a visit, as is charming Provincetown. Why not go whale watching too? And head to Salem to learn all about the fascinating, and macabre, history of the Witch Trials.


Boston is a shopaholic’s paradise. It’s got everything from major outlets, exclusive brands, to quirky shops selling local fare. Check out Cosmopolitan Newbury Street. This is Boston’s answer to NYC’s 5th Avenue, a medley of upmarket stores, quirky boutiques, trendy cafes and more. Then, visit Quincy Market, with its array of shops, stalls and places to eat. It’s right next to historical Faneuil Hall. You will also find plenty of choice for more exclusive shopping experiences like Copley Place. And there are loads of bargains to be found in outlets all over the city. Outside the Downtown area, you’ll come across massive malls like Braintree’s South Shore Plaza.

Eating Out

You holidays in Boston are sure to be a culinary adventure. You’ll find all sorts of dining options here, from fine dining to more relaxed, family-friendly restaurants and innovative fusion styles. First and foremost, Boston is ideal for seafood lovers, the fruit of the sea forming the basis of many local specialities. Fresh lobster and creamy seafood chowder are just two things you have to try. Chinatown is great for Asian flavours, and North End is chock-full of amazing Mediterranean tastes. Venture outside of Downtown for trendy dining experiences in Cambridge and Somerville.

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Boston truly comes alive at night. Its countless events, shows and bars offer experiences to suit all tastes, from music lovers, to theatre enthusiasts to party-goers. Take in spectacular views of the city from a rooftop bar. Take in a night of culture at the theatre, a musical or the opera house. The city’s thriving comedy club scene will have you laughing all night long. Go to an outdoor concert, a historic tavern, or – why not? – an Irish pub, American style. And during summer, Shakespeare on the Common is a hugely popular event.