Boston Sightseeing ToursBoston is one of the most history-rich cities in America. And the best way to get a flavor for all that it offers is to sign up for the Boston In One Day Sightseeing Tour. This narrated 7-hour bus adventure gets started outside of the city in such historic towns as Concord, Cambridge, and Lexington. You'll visit Harvard Square on the campus of renowned Harvard University and the Lexington Battle Green. And you'll have a unique opportunity to go along the Battle Road Trail, the very same path Paul Revere traveled. Other noteworthy sites include the Old North Bridge as well as the homes of such literary giants as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Louisa May Alcott.
The bus will return you to Boston where you'll have an hour and a half on your own to shop and eat lunch at Faneuil Hall, also known as Quincy Market. There's a wealth of unique stores and plenty of food options. The second half of the tour will cover Boston itself. It begins on Beacon Hill where you'll be treated to stunning views of classic townhomes from the 1700s. From there, you'll be whisked away to the quaint neighborhoods of North End and West End. Other stops include the site of the Boston Massacre, the New England Aquarium, and the USS Constitution, which was named by George Washington and is the oldest commissioned naval ship in the world that's still standing. More details about the Boston In One Day Sightseeing Tour can be accessed at http://www.viator.com/tours/Boston/Boston-in-One-Day-Sightseeing-Tour/d678-3978TOUR3.