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“The free stroll through the Boston Public Library, the Tiffany stained Glass window tour at the Arlington Street Church, the harbor views by the Court House all picturesque, memorable and relaxing.”
Explore the Cradle of Liberty easily and economically with a hop-on hop-off bus pass. The route includes several stops at popular attractions and landmarks, including the historic North End and Boston Tea Party...read more
Are you planning a visit to Boston? Our North End scavenger hunt will take you from Long Wharf to Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge through Quincy Market, Old North Church and Paul Revere Mall of course!You will...read more
“You get to see at least a bit of each neighborhood, and stop in various landmarks, all while getting excellent background stories on how the city has changed, local recommendations for places to visit, info on wha...”
Pack in numerous Boston sites in a short time on this cycling tour. Save money on equipment rental as you're fitted with a helmet and a bike that’s perfect for your skill level and height. Leave the navigation to...read more
“Beautiful older neighborhoods and the rich history of this town makes all your history lessons come alive.”
“The cycling pace was perfect for a group of mixed ability cyclists - a gentle pace that enabled us to appreciate all the sights.”
“He arrived promptly and was flexible with our walking ability, need for food, cold water in his vehicle, need for bathroom breaks, and our interests and comfort.”