2-day Boston Tour from New York: Three Heartwarming Things to Do in Foliage Season in Boston
The holidays are just around the corner. It’s a perfect time to squeeze in a short fun trip before kicking off the celebratory mood of the holiday season: 2-day Boston In-Depth Tour . Any time of the year Boston is always a good place to visit for a quick respite from the daily grind. But in the Fall, admiring the beautiful foliage along the drive from New York to Boston adds an irresistible bonus to the trip.
We’ve put together a few ways for you to enjoy the lovely city when you go on a 2-day Boston tour:
1. Boston Harbor Cruise
Sunsets are always magical. There’s something inspiring and calming about watching the horizon turning to a pinkish orange hue as the sun begins to set; and if you watch it from a boat on the Boston Harbor, the experience becomes even more inspiring and magical. When you go on a 2-day Boston tour from New York planned and designed by Tinma Travel and Tours, a Boston Harbor cruise is part of your itinerary.
2. Freedom Trail Tour
As the year is drawing to an end, it’s usually the time when people become retrospective to examine their lives so far. What goals have been achieved? What goals have yet to be fulfilled? How far have you come in life in terms of success? A tour of the famous Freedom Trail might help put things in perspective for you as you relive the early years of the American history. It’s a pedestrian trail that connects some of the historical landmarks in Boston, from the Boston Common to the Massachusetts State House, Kings Chapel and Burying Ground, the statue of Benjamin Franklin, and the Bunker Hill Monument, among others.
Tinma Travel and Tours includes the Freedom Trail in the itinerary for the 2-day Boston tour from New York.
3. Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market
When you go on a walking tour of the Freedom Trail, you will get to visit Faneuil Hall because it is part of the trail. In early American history, it served as a meeting hall where famous historical figures like Samuel Adams and James Otis delivered their speeches to encourage American independence from Great Britain.
Today, Faneuil Hall is part of the festival marketplace in Boston, which comprises four buildings: Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Quincy Market, and the North and South markets. Of these, Faneuil Marketplace and Quincy Market are the most popular as they offer guests more shopping and dining options. From apparel to jewelry, shoes to accessories, and specialty gifts, you’ll find everything you need here! Of course, a trip to Boston wouldn’t be complete without a taste of their famous New England clam chowder, baked beans, and boiled dinner (corned beef with carrots, cabbage, and potatoes) and you’ll find these delectable dishes and more at the restaurants and food kiosks at the marketplace.
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