Boston City Travel

Boston, the capital of Massachusetts and also home to the world famous academic institutions, Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology is one of the most important cities of America.

Boston is one of the oldest and biggest cities of America. The city of Boston is a place of fun, entertainment, history, intellect, and technology. It is a city worth exploring.

The city has around sixty two historical sites, numerous museums and almost 2000 restaurants. Boston has expanded considerably over the past many years, due to the assimilation of many diverse nearby neighborhoods into the city, which were towns originally. These neighborhoods still use their own names like, Jamaica Plan, Dorchester, South Boston and East Boston. However, the main Boston consists of Bay Village, Back Bay, China town, Beacon Hill, the Fenway, Downtown, Government Center, Financial District, the North and the South End areas. These are the areas of which Bostonís skyline comprises of.

Brighton is the neighborhood with the most number of Asian populations residing here. It is a sub urban neighborhood and quite large. Allston, another neighborhood, is smaller and more urban in nature; it is more near to the Boston city and also to Harvard Square. East Boston is located on the Boston Harbor and is a small peninsula; Logan International Airport is located inside East Boston. East Boston is connected to the city via under water tunnels.

Bay Back is an organized neighborhood in Boston, and also one of the more experience residential areas. The streets are properly divided into grids and alphabetically arranged.Boston is a city of almost 590,000 residents, coming from diverse backgrounds. The city has narrow winding streets, most of which are one way. The city has an old world charm to it along with its high tech environment. The city of Boston boosts the oldest bus system and subway system in America. The city has some 250,000 students attending various colleges and universities in Boston. The city has a great deal of employment opportunities for talented people in various fields such as health care, life sciences, commercial construction, biotech and banking.

The city has the privilege to be the seat of learning of America. With Harvard University being the first ever university in the country back in 1636 and Boston Latin, the first school ever in 1635, made Boston a world renowned city for higher education. There are schools in almost every field of specialization in Boston. There are music, arts, architecture and medical schools. Boston is a stimulating city for tourists and visitors of every walk of life. It is a dynamic place, with a multi cultural environment. It has something to offer everyone.

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