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From forging its way to independence during the colonial days to maintaining some of the most elite sports teams in the nation today, Boston, Massachusetts is a triumphant city. Boston is a colorful city seeping with athletic culture and historical roots; a mecca for both sports enthusiasts and history aficionados alike.

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Boston hotels in the downtown area bring tourists within walking distance of some of the most historical sites in the United States, including Fanueil Hall, Boston Common, and the site of the Boston Massacre. Hotels in Boston, MA provide a range of accommodations from luxury lodging and trendy boutique hotels to comfortable Boston resorts and even the oldest hotel in the US, the Omni Parker House Hotel.

Back Bay is another area with a vast selection of hotels in Boston. Back Bay features city tours, shops, restaurants, and notable landmarks, including the Boston Public Library and the Prudential Tower. Vacation at the Boston, Massachusetts hotels in Back Bay for easy access to Copley Square and the Boston Public Garden. Expedia provides visitors with Boston hotel deals, so they can sleep and stay nearby the intriguing architecture in Copley Square and the inviting swan boats in the Boston Public Garden.

Getting Here

Boston-bound visitors commonly book flights to Boston on Expedia to the Boston Logan International Airport, which is only three miles from downtown. From the airport, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is one of the best ways to arrive in downtown within just six minutes. The MBTA Silver Line bus transports passengers to the South Station, while the airport also offers a free shuttle to Blue Line Airport T Station, which then takes passengers to North Shore, East Boston, and downtown.

By car, visitors traveling from the north and south often take I-95 or I-93, and vacationers from the west generally arrive on I-90. Other vacationers choose to travel to Boston by charter bus to the South Station in downtown Boston. This station welcomes Greyhound and Peter Pan buses, along with other regional bus companies traveling from nearby areas in New England.

Amtrak provides another means of transportation to Beantown, as Amtrak trains arrive in the South Station, North Station, and Back Bay.

Getting Around

For those without their own sets of wheels, The MBTA, also called The T, offers both a metro and bus system to areas within the city as well as neighboring towns. The T is one of the most common ways of traveling around Boston as it is both reliable and affordable.

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