The Best 25 Vacation Cities for Firefighters
Jill Hare, Kevin Powers | Monster Worldwide
May 13, 2011
#24: Boston, Massachusetts
With so much to do in Boston, it’s hard to figure out where to start! Quincy Market is a popular destination and allows you to get oriented with both the layout and structural style of the historic city. And speaking of history, Fenway Park is both a popular and fascinating facility to visit.
You may also want to take a free wandering tour of one of the many elite colleges located in the city. Harvard, MIT and the famed Berklee College of Music are all in the metro area and still boast many of their historic structures.
The city is also home to one of the best aquariums in the eastern United States. When your visit at the aquarium is over, spend the rest of the day walking the waterfront or visiting one its excellent seafood restaurants.