Whether you are a history buff, foodie or sports fanatic, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in Boston! From the charming cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston masterfully blends old world charm with modern innovation. Check out our top picks for your next trip to Beantown!


The Envoy Hotel

In the heart of Boston’s emerging Innovation District, The Envoy Hotel provides guests with stunning waterfront views and sleek, modern design. The contemporary interior and bold pops of color were designed to contrast the city’s colonial history. This hotel’s convenient location near South Station and Logan International Airport is also a plus for travelers.  theenvoyhotel.com

The Wang Theatre

Since its grand opening in 1925, The Wang Theatre has seen several renovations but has always been the cultural epicenter of Boston’s historic Theatre District. The baroque interior design gives the audience a unique flashback to live theater’s heyday in the roaring twenties. Be sure to book a performance while you are in town and enjoy world-class theatre, opera, dance and music.  citicenter.org


Pavement Coffee House

Although Dunkin Donuts is a hometown favorite (there are over 60 in the city alone!), Boston is also home to world-class coffee houses. Pavement Coffeehouse ranked in the Top 20 of The Daily Meal’s list of “America’s 50 Best Coffee Shops.” Stop by one of their seven locations and enjoy the fantastic coffee, inviting couches and warm atmosphere. pavementcoffeehouse.com.br


Fenway Park

No trip to Boston is complete without visiting the city’s beloved Red Sox! Fenway Park celebrated its centennial in 2012 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places. Since its original design by architect James E. McLaughlin, Fenway has undergone several renovations and remains one of the most popular sports venues in the world. boston.redsox.mlb.com/bos/ballpark/ cdt-boston-dine

Top of the Hub

Located on the 52nd floor of the Prudential Center, Top of the Hub delights guests with breathtaking 360-degree views of the city. With award-winning American cuisine, live jazz music and floor-to-ceiling windows, you are sure to enjoy a one-of-a-kind dining experience. topofthehub.net

The Bleacher Bar

With over 50 colleges and universities in the Greater Boston area, it’s no wonder that the city is home to a thriving nightlife. For those who prefer sports bars, The Bleacher Bar offers a unique experience for beer and sports fans alike. An area that was once used as an indoor batting cage, The Bleacher Bar was constructed underneath the stadium’s bleachers to overlook centerfield. The windows were designed with a one-way film to allow patrons to enjoy the game while not distracting the ball players. bleacherbarboston.com


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