Cool & Unique Things To Do in Boston

Cool things to do in Boston

If you’re planning a visit to Boston and looking for hidden gems, this guide is for you! Boston is steeped in history and oozes charm seemingly everywhere you look. A visit can inspire thoughts of the early days of the United States alongside experiencing modern art and restaurants.


Boston is a city of neighborhoods with distinct styles. Beacon Hill charms with cobbled streets and beautiful building facades. Back Bay melds that charm with upscale shops and residences. The North End harkens to its Italian roots. The South End feels more residential and houses an art district. Fenway keeps things moving with sports games and music.


This list will help you discover some lesser-known spots and encourage you to explore various regions in and around Boston. You can read about the Freedom Trail, Duck Boats, Faneuil Hall, the North End, the Boston Common, and the USS Constitution in many Boston travel guides. Let’s go a layer deeper and experience alternative Boston!




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Hidden Gems in NYC: Alternative New York

Hidden gems in New York city

If you are looking for the hidden gems in NYC, you are in the right place. New York is one of those cities that capture people's imagination. There's just something about it that seems so grand, so massive, so powerful and so wholly American in its identity because of the fact that so many immigrants throughout its history have made its home in the city when they've passed on through Staten Island. 


There's just something that makes it a unique visit; especially compared to older cities in the world that have existed for thousands of years. By comparison, New York is so young, yet has achieved so much in the minds of so many. So because of that, it's a great tourist location for people from the whole world with so many shops, art exhibits, restaurants and more. 


In fact, if you're planning a trip to the city itself, here are some locations that aren't so well known that you should stop and see for yourself. While they're not exactly the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, or Central Park, they all do offer experiences in their own way that'll stick with you for the rest of your life. Keep reading and discover alternative New York.

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