Pack your suitcases and get ready to be enchanted during your holiday to Boston; one of SWISS Holiday's many glorious worldwide travel destinations. Secure yourself a special rate by booking your flight and hotel together and take full benefit of our package deals. SWISS Holidays has the tailored holiday package for you if you are in need of some well-earned family time overseas, are celebrating a major milestone in your life or looking for a relaxing holiday on the beach. Whatever brings you to take a holiday in Boston; you can expect adventure, experiences of breath-taking local foods and a vivid, inspirational culture.
Your Boston vacation
Boston's impressive architecture, rich history and vivid blend of cultures has made it one of the most highly regarded destinations. Whether you’re looking for an exciting break from the daily grind or looking to unwind with a new and engrossing backdrop, Boston is sure to tick all the boxes.
Swiss Holidays want to help you make the most out of your Boston vacation so We’ve put together a few of our top recommendations for your trip to Boston to take some of the stress out of planning your vacation:
See the sights of Boston
Boston has such a variety of sights to see, it is often a challenge to decide where to start. Although there are many incredible places to see, in all likelihood the most iconic landmark is the awe-inspiring Bunker Hill Monument. Next on the agenda, opt for a restful way to explore Boston and venture along the Freedom Trail from Boston Common to Bunker Hill.
Taste the local dishes
after you have been exploring, Boston you will probably have grown curious about the local food. Boston is famous for being a melting pot of culinary delights, try some of them by exploring North End, the Italian neighbourhood with a selection of amazing restaurants.
Top up on culture
After exploring Boston, seeing the sights and sampling the cuisine, it will probably be time torelax and reflect on your vacation. Why not use this time to take in a little culture? First, we recommend Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's largest art museum. Next see Boston Harbor Islands State Park.