Boston Bus Travel Guide - Boston MA

Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and one of the largest cities in New England. Historical events such as the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party took place in the surrounding neighborhoods of Boston during the American Revolution. This major city was incorporated as a town in 1630 and then later as a city in 1822.

Today, Boston provides some of the finest hospitals, education institutes, sporting events, cultural viewings, and well known for their medicine and technology. Many citizens come to visit Boston to travel through the historical neighborhoods as well as major shopping centers such as Newbury Street. This city attracts the attention of many people and offers a variety of activities and unlimited places to visit.

Boston Bus Carriers:

Bolt Bus, Boston Express Bus, C&J Bus, Concord Coach Bus, Dartmouth Coach, Dattco Bus, Gobus Bus, Greyhound Bus, Megabus, Peter Pan Bus.

Top 5 places to visit:

  1. The Freedom Trial - A 2.5 mile walk through downtown Boston visiting 16 different historical sites.

  2. Quincy Market - Faneuil Hall Marketplace houses this historical location of many restaurants. Quincy market continues to be a popular spot for most Bostonians.

  3. Museum of Science - Located in Science Park, this museum is Boston's landmark. Housing over 100 different animals, it offers shows at the Charles Hayden Planetarium and the Mugar Omni IMAX theater, the only domed IMAX screen in New England.

  4. Boston Harbor Islands - Take a boat cruise out to Spectacle Island for hiking, beaches, and shopping. Take a trip to Peddock's Island to visit where the movie Shutter Island was filmed with Leonardo DeCaprio!

  5. Prudential Center - Located in the Back Bay neighborhood in Boston, this skyscaper provides tons of shopping and serves as one of the three starting locations for the Boston Duck Tours, an attraction that is popular amongst tourist.

Boston Bus Schedule
Boston Bus Schedule

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