Boston: A City of History
I went to Boston during spring break and I think if you visit Boston, you will want to live there. Boston is the capital and most populous city of the commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States and a very beautiful city. The city is well policed and safe to travel alone, so I recommend it as a travel destination. It is a cold city, so it is good to travel in spring and fall. There are many places to visit such as Harvard University, Boston Public Library, Quincy Market, and The Freedom Trail.
Harvard University is an Ivy League private university in the United States. It is one of the world’s top universities with its long history, great influence and education. Rather than just looking from the outside, I recommend learning about Harvard through a tour. There are official tours where a Harvard student is the guide as well as unofficial tours run by the Boston Hostel, so you can choose according to your schedule.
Boston Public Library is the 2nd largest public library in the United States after the Library of Congress, according to the American Library Association. It’s divided into new and old building, and if you visit the old hall, you may have seen it from a scene in a Harry Potter movie. I think you will be overwhelmed by the beautiful architecture and atmosphere.
Quincy Market is a historic building at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Boston, Massachusetts. Built in 1824-1826, it is called the Quincy Market to commemorate Mayor Josiah Quincy. Boston is famous for its seafood, so lobster and clam chowder are the must-have foods here.
The Freedom Trail, called the Road of Freedom, is a walking trail that passes many historical landmarks.You can start at Boston Common and follow the red line on the sidewalk. The course is about 2.4 kilometers long and has 16 historic places to go sightseeing at once.
If you get the chance to visit Boston, I recommend it.