Thursday, February 14, 2013

Boston in brief

Boston offers charter bus visitors an irresistible blend of past, present, and future. Tour Boston with a charter bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus chartered from Charter Bus Boston. In Boston, history and innovation combine to create a charter bus destination that's easy to explore yet always surprising. 
Although Bostonians tend to walk everywhere, taking a charter bus is a good way of getting around to see the attractions. One such attraction is the historic walking tour, the Freedom Trail. Other pedestrian friendly destinations for charter bus visitors are the neighborhoods of Beacon Hill and North End. Other attractions in Boston are the galleries of the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art. From there, it is a short charter bus ride to the Charles River, and the young, lively streets of Harvard Square. After that, take a break in the Public Garden, or take a ride in a Swan Boat. Perhaps you could catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, or slip into one of Boston’s award winning restaurants.
The most interesting shopping in New England for charter bus visitors are the shops, boutiques, galleries, markets, and malls of the downtown Boston area. Drop by Newbury Street for a little shopping, or if your budget doesn’t extend, window shopping instead. It is the heart of Back Bay, where you can find high end brand names alongside craftsmen making merchandise found only in Boston. The Faneuil Hall Marketplace is more of the same, but for some real gems, you have to take a charter bus to visit the neighborhoods, such as Beacon Hill and the South End in Boston, or Harvard Square and Porter Square in Cambridge.
Food figures prominently in Boston, with familiar favorites such as New England clam chowder, Boston baked beans, Boston cream pie, and Samuel Adams beer. The local waters produce the freshest of seafood, and local organic produce all feature prominently on local restaurant menus. If you prefer a taste of Italian, take a charter bus up to the North End, or down to South End if you prefer bistro style dining. For a mixture of upscale, ethnic and budget friendly options, Cambridge is a just a short charter bus ride away.
Music is the lifeblood of Boston, and the legendary Boston Symphony Orchestra and the beloved Boston Pops both play at the landmark Symphony Hall. Boston is also famous for other music genres such as rock, folk and jazz, and charter bus visitors will find those in Cambridge’s Central Square, where they will find the best live music scene in New England. Throw in a mix of quality comedy, along with a wild variety of student performances, and you have a nightlife that is hard to beat.
For a charter bus tour of the best that Boston has to offer, give Charter Bus Boston a call to find out how they can help you plan your visit with their fleet of charter vehicles and friendly, personalized service.