City Guides Spotlight: Boston

Our favorite spots in one of America's most historical cities

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Title Town, Bean Town—whatever your preferred moniker for New England’s capital city, Boston has plenty to offer both permanent residents and its ever-present tourist population. One of the country’s oldest cities, tradition meets modernity in many surprising ways. And, from historic architecture to fantastic food, outdoor strolling and educational trips to the world-class museums, we’ve got you covered with our new Boston City Guide.

Head to Jamaica Plain for a walk through part of the city’s beloved Emerald Necklace, the Arnold Arboretum; treat yourself at Ten Tables with meals made with local, organic ingredients; enter an international art time-warp at the spectacular Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Whether you’re up for something quick or taking the city slowly, there are endless opportunities for exploration and relaxation in Boston. We’ve even suggested a day trip to the isolated isle of Nantucket—a breath of fresh air any time of year.

Our City Guides—thanks to Lexus—aim to make cities more enjoyable for visitors and locals alike. Check out our guide to Boston for a fresh take on the beautifully historic destination, and be sure to check back in with CH for updates.