Boston, Massachusetts Cruise Port

4.4 out of 5

About Boston, Massachusetts

Stroll the cobblestone streets of one of America's most historic cities, home to such patriots as Paul Revere, Ben Franklin, and Drew Bledsoe. Discover a living museum where almost four centuries of American history can be traced. When it comes to variety, see why Boston is called the Hub. Nightclubs and theaters, the North End and Chinatown, Fenway Park and Boston Common can all be found here.

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Sunny day. We bought the transfer to airport with scenic tour on the way. Had low expectations but was pleasantly surprised. For about 2.5 hrs we drove all over downtown area, Stopped to see USS Constitution & learn history. Then stopped for a 20-min potty/photo break at the fancy Fairmont Hotel in Copley Square. Then went across bridge to Cambridge where MIT is located. Guide John was fantastic. Constantly told us the history of each building or site. Great tour.

Visited: Aug 13, 2016

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Boston never disappoints. An easy town to walk around and see the sites. I would have liked more time in all the ports but we got to see and do a lot in Boston. It's one of my favorite cities and I miss it already. Having been to Boston before we did not do an excursion here choosing instead to just follow the Freedom Trail on our own. Overhearing one of the walking tours however I would love to take one of these tours in the future because they provide so much more information and history of this amazing city.

Visited: Sep 23, 2017

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City is Rich with history. We took a tour on a bus and even saw the ballpark and cheers bar that the show was filmed in. We felt rushed and didn't get to see everything thing that we wanted to see. People were pleasent and friendly. Plan on going again sometime soon


I love Boston downtown. Every corner you turn, there are beautiful historical buildings. If you happen to be there during lunch time, just follow the longest line of the well-suited locals, then you will find the best food.


Hop on hop off trolley was great. A little lesson learned when we accidentally walked into a Hemp Fest. It's legal in Massachusetts and evidently great big celebrations promoting paraphernalia and the use of the stuff in public parks is encouraged. I should have noticed the white cloud of smoke before heading into what looked like a normal festival. We got out quickly and have a great laugh every time we think about it.

Visited: Sep 14, 2017

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