Boston is considered the economic and cultural center of the region. With a multitude of faculties and universities within and around the city, Boston is a center of higher education. The economy is also based on research, electronics, engineering, finance, technology, and biotechnology, mainly.
Boston has one of the highest costs of living in the United States and remains one of the cities with the highest standard of living in the world.
If you want to fall in love with this beautiful city, do not miss these places:
Fine Arts Museum
Fine Arts Museum contains the second largest permanent collection in the USA. Some of the most prominent sections of the museum are part of Egyptian antiquities. That of ancient European painting (with masterpieces by Rogier Van de Weyden, El Greco, Velazquez, Jacob Jordaens, Rembrandt, etc.).
Also, with paintings by Paul Gauguin, Manet, Renoir, Van Gogh and Cezanne. The Edward S Morse collection of 5,000 pieces of Japanese pottery, which is part of the largest collection of Japanese works outside of Japan.
Often the Museum of Fine Arts hosts temporary exhibitions such as the Art of Star Wars show in 2002, attracting more than 1,652,000 visitors.
Samuel Adams Brewery
Samuel Adams Brewery you can do a free tour in the most popular factory in Boston. There they teach you and show you how they produce 82 different types of beer. At the end of the tour you get a free glass of beer for to try the product. Also, it has a shop where you can buy souvenirs.
It has a production of about 2 million barrels, a unit of measurements of 117.34 liters, which makes it a traditional brewer. Boston takes great care of its product and its brand. The Samuel Adams Boston Larger is in the menu in numerous restaurants through the country and is one of the best of its style in the country.
Quincy Market located in the heart of downtown Boston, Quincy Market is the favorite destination for locals as well as tourists. This Market combines the glory of the past with the vibrancy of the present in more than 50 stores, 14 restaurants, 40 street foods places and Boston’s popular comedy club.
Quincy Market is a historic market of the early 19th century that has a unique architecture. The dome of the central building is a real work of art and, although it no longer functions as a traditional market, both this central building and the two sides (North and South Market) retain the charm of the past and have restaurants with unique meals.
Charles River is an incredible place to watch the sunset and maybe have a good picnic. It is very safe, friendly and relaxing place. The view of the building around the river is fantastic. The green spaces are very well cared for and everywhere is so neat and orderly that you will not be able to believe.
The course of the Charles River is wide and calm, with calm waters and very clean. It is really worth a walk.