Fly to Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts is a hub for young people from all around the world to come and study
Boston, Massachusetts is a hub for young people from all around the world to come and study, but this historic city has much more to 
offer than what meets the eye. As one of the first cities in the U.S. to be settled by Europeans, it has a plethora of historic buildings
and antique attractions. Fanuiel Hall Marketplace, which is almost 300 years old, is a huge marketplace for tourists to shop, eat and
enjoy the entertainment of multiple street performers. Not too far from this famous attraction is the old neighborhood of Little Italy,
where you can find some delicious and genuine Italian food with countless geletarias and pastry shops. Nothing beats a stroll through
this part of the city at night, when all the twinkly lights are lit and people are lined up outside of the tiny shops for their handmade
cannoli's. During the day, I found myself being drawn towards the Boston Common and the Public Garden, which happens to be the first park
in the United States. This green and scenic part of the city is full of live music and families enjoying picnics. Of course, no trip to
Boston could be complete without a trip down Newbury Street, which contains the most impressive collection of shops around. Everything
from Burberry to Tiffany & Co. can be found in this area, along with picturesque architecture and outdoor dining. At the end of the
street, we made our way to the Prudential Building and went all the way up to the top floor. For a small fee, we were able to visit the
Skywalk Observatory, which offered us a 360 degree view of this magnificent city. A perfect blend of the vintage and the modern, this
city is a bustling place for everyone alike. 

Author: Flora Potapoff


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