Private jet charter and flights to Boston
Boston isn’t just one of the USA’s oldest cities; it’s also one of the most forward-thinking. Preserving its rich heritage while nurturing an eclectic foodie scene, chic galleries and designer shops, this cultural capital is a hub of American history and modern creativity. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service.
Summer is the best time to visit, when Bostonians head outdoors to soak up the sun with picnics, outdoor concerts, walks and bike rides. Stretch your legs while brushing up on local history as you follow the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail, a winding red-lined route past 16 key landmarks that chronicle the nationâ€™s past, or escape the urban hubbub and make the short ferry crossing to hike around the scenic Boston Harbour Islands. For a quirky sightseeing experience, take a Boston Duck Tour â€“ these amphibious landing vehicles take guests around the main sights before splashing into the Charles River for a dramatic view of the skyline.
Enjoy elevated 360-degree vistas over the city from the 50th-floor Skywalk Observatory, before learning how immigration has shaped Bostonâ€™s identity at the Dreams of Freedom Museum. Continue uncovering local culture with a stroll around campus at the illustrious Harvard University or an afternoon spent exploring storied sights in North End, the cityâ€™s oldest neighbourhood. Art enthusiasts should set aside a whole day to explore the Museum of Fine Arts, home to 53 galleries showcasing iconic masterpieces dating back millennia, while sports fans can cheer on the beloved Boston Red Sox during a baseball match at Fenway Park.
Newbury Street is Bostonâ€™s retail hotspot, where youâ€™ll find luxury labels like Chanel and Armani at the east end and an array of quirky independent stores to the west. Continue browsing upscale brands at The Shops at Prudential Centre and Copley Place, two sophisticated shopping malls located in the heart of stylish Copley Square. For a more retro shopping experience, peruse Charles Streetâ€™s antiques shops and old-fashioned grocers or visit Faneuil Hall, a historic marketplace with 150 shops, restaurants and food stalls.
Seafood is Baltimoreâ€™s culinary mainstay, so donâ€™t return home without trying some of the cityâ€™s famous crab-cakes â€“ Chick & Ruthâ€™s Delly serves arguably the best version of this signature dish. Make your way to Mount Vernon and Fellâ€™s Point for authentic local cuisine, or head to Little Italy for acclaimed family-run restaurants such as Aldoâ€™s, which serves gourmet southern-Italian cuisine in a classic setting. The cityâ€™s thriving foodie scene has spawned a plethora of gastro-pubs serving locally-sourced dishes â€“ try Woodberry Kitchen or Cafe Hon for top-notch specialities.
Baltimoreâ€™s harbour is home to most of the cityâ€™s top luxury hotels. Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore is the real stand-out with its world-class restaurant and fourth-floor infinity pool, while other acclaimed options include the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Baltimore and Hyatt Regency Baltimore Inner Harbor. Further afield youâ€™ll find the boutique Ivy Hotel in historic Mount Vernon, housed in a 19th-century mansion where just 18 rooms and suites feature stylish four-poster beds and fireplaces.
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