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City Tour Boston- - Cambridge

City Tour Boston- - Cambridge

Half Day Boston-Cambridge Tour

Wednesday, 01/Dec/2021 - Wednesday, 01/Dec/2021


TOUR BOSTON-CAMBRIDGE Tour in Spanish or portuguese
Sightseeing: Boston & Cambridge. This service is offered every day at 9:00 a.m. and at 1:00 p.m. It lasts approximately three
During this tour, we visit:
The oldest neighborhood of Boston (or colonial town) where the first signs of the revolution were seen, such as the Boston Massacre at The Old State House, the Boston Tea Party where the colonists showed their annoyance against the Britannic Government and the mayor center for important speeches made by leaders of the Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, “the crib of America” The Bostonian houses in the areas of Beacon Hill. With beautiful brick homes with cobbled stone streets such as, Mount Vernon Street and Louisburg Square lit up by gas lanterns.
The North End, known as the “Little Italy of Boston” and is the birthplace of Paul Revere and Rosemary Kennedy. Charlestown, “Mother of the Universities,” which is the location of a revolutionary battle that contributed to the Independence, as well as the home of the “USS Constitution,” one of the first Marine Force Ships, built in 1797. Drive by Back Bay which stands out to the contrast between the old and the modern, including Newbury Street, a great area for tourists to enjoy galleries, boutiques, stores, restaurants, and beauty salons. We visit the area of Copley Square, renowned for its elegant variety of architecture. In this area we find Trinity Church, with its monumental stained-glass windows; the John Hancock Tower, the tallest building in New England; and the Boston Public Library, with the largest collection of Hispanic literary books.
Other points of interest. The Main Headquarters of the Scientific Church of Christ with one of the largest manual organs in the word with more than thirteen thousand pipes. Nearby is the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabel Stuart Garden Museum and Fenway Park stadium that houses the oldest professional baseball team in US.
The tour includes the beloved town of Cambridge, which has worldwide known institutions such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) which leads a lengthy list of inventions, innovations in high technology and communication. At the prestigious Harvard University campus, tourists take a stroll on the Yard, visit the largest school library of the U.S., photograph with the statue of John Harvard which is known as the “three lies monument,” and learn about the list of preeminent politicians, Nobel Prize winners and world business leaders that attended Harvard. The area of Harvard Square is rich in culture, and it has various historical buildings of great interest.

-All Services per Seat Basis require a reservation of a minimum of 2 people.
-Excursions from hotels outside the Boston area have an additional charge of $10.00 dollars per person, per service.

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NEW YEAR: DECEMBER 31, 2022 & JANUARY 1, 2023