Your Quick Guide to Boston in the Spring
Now that spring has finally arrived, and shorts and sandals are beginning to make their big comeback, it’s time to emerge from the warm shelter that was your house all winter. There are so many ways to spend a fun afternoon in Boston!
This one might be obvious, but by far one of the best ways: Bostonians love their baseball team and you can experience the passion by going to a Red Sox game with all of your friends! Here’s the link to their spring schedule.
Get a taste of Italy in the North End of Boston, where you can find great food and beautiful cobblestone streets. This is the oldest part of the city and filled with American history, most notably the Old North Church. P.S. if you’re still in town for the summer, definitely check out one of the Feasts celebrating the Catholic saints.
The Arnold Arboretum is a huge public green space in Jamaica Plain and Roslindale, and contains over 14,980 individual plants. It’s the perfect spot to relax on a lazy Sunday!
Newbury Street is one of the most popular streets in Boston. Filled with eight blocks of restaurants and shops, it has something for everyone. Also, don’t be surprised to hear various musicians performing on the street, anywhere from opera singers to rap artists.
Finally, the waterfront in Boston’s Seaport District is not to be missed. Seafood restaurants, spectacular views, and a quiet calm are what you’ll find here. Be sure to visit in the evening to get the full effect of the city skyline!