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The United States may not be the oldest country in the world, but it still has a very rich history. There are very few cities as old and historic as that of Boston. The city proper is only the 21st largest in the country, although adding the metropolitan areas jump it up the list, yet it is still one of the most storied places in the US. That may explain why it is such a popular destination for visitors to the United States.

History may be the reason why some people come to Boston, but many more make the trek to take in the multitude of professional sports on offer. The Bruins of the NHL and the Celtics of the NBA are major draws, but they pale in comparison to the Boston Red Sox. That is not necessarily because baseball is so popular, but rather because Fenway Park, and The Green Monster in particular, is such an iconic sports stadium.

Boston is home to some fabulous green spaces, with the Public Garden among the most popular. If travelling to the city with the kids, you need to take them there so that they can ride the swan boats. The Boston Common is another popular tourist attraction, with Shakespeare in the Park a big hit during the summer months and skating on Frog Pond popular when the colder months roll around.

As already mentioned, Boston is a city with an incredible history and there are many museums and art galleries that capture some of the biggest moments of the previous years. One of the best ways to get a real sense of the history of the city of Boston is to walk the Freedom Trail. Along the way you will see some incredible architecture, as well as getting a real sense of the past.

The city has gained a lot of fame for hosting the Boston Marathon, but you can certainly take in the sights at a much slower pace, as Boston is well known as being one of the best walking cities in the country.

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