Cosas que hacer en Boston
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Hallowed ground to baseball purists, this cozy, quirky park has been the Boston Red Sox home field since 1912. The most distinctive feature of this classic baseball park is the 37-foot-tall left f... más información
Want to catch a ball game? Our beloved Red Sox play in the historical Fenway Park, about an hour & 45 min from here. You can even tour the stadium earlier in the day & go inside the green monster!!
One of America’s most beloved baseball stadiums since it opened in 1912. Even if the Red Sox aren’t playing, you’ll still want to visit the Green Monster for one of the 50-minute tours offered daily.
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One of my favorites in Boston. The Beehive has amazing drinks and even better food (make sure to make a reservation though). They also have a great patio right out front which is gives you a grea... más información
The Beehive is one of the most popular restaurant in South End/ Back Bay area. It has live jazz music every night (check their website for schedule), amazing foods, and great cocktails.
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Exceptionally good Vegan & vegetarian. FR Fresh Juices, Highly recommend their signature dish 'Goddess Bowl with egg & Avacado add-ons. Delicious for Ominivores, too! Lunch and Dinner
Vegan / Vegetarian friendly. The hipster level is HIGH here, but the food is super good. Vegetables, smoothies, juices. Yum! Don't take the menu too seriously or your brain might die of drama. :P
An organic vegetarian cafe with a funky vibe. They serve delicious veggie bowls, soups, wraps, smoothies and juices. Try the Lover and the Thrive Alive.
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The original MFA opened its doors to the public on July 4, 1876, the nation’s centennial. Built in Copley Square, the MFA was then home to 5,600 works of art. MFA is one of the most comprehensive a... más información
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, is the fourth largest museum in the United States. It contains more than 450,000 works of art, making it one of the most comprehensive collections ... más información
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The highest spot in Boston where you can enjoy 360-degree night view of the city. You can either reserve a table for a better view ($24/person minimum spend) or just grab a cup of drink by the bar.... más información
The fancy restaurant in this building is a big tourist attraction. However, I suggest you don't go to the white table cloth on the top floor- go to the restaurant and LOUNGE area. Look at their w... más información
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Interesting and busy American themed Tappas Food and very lively bar with a full liquor license. Almost always crowded with a fun crowd from 4:30 till closing. The crowd is typically loud and ac... más información
Great Tapas restaurant with good sidewalk seating for nice weather. Offers some of the more rare Barcelona style delicacies such as Beef Tongue Hash to more standard faire such as mini burgers.
Small, stylish spot from renowned Boston Chef Ken Oringer serves up celebrated tapas, cocktails and Spanish wines.
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There are several JP Licks in MA, but this is the original, where all started. Excellent place to stop by, check the JP vibe, and choose one of those legendary ice cream flavors. Rum Raisin is so... más información
The original JP Licks ice cream store. Perhaps "the" JP meeting spot. Gets very busy late into the night in the summer. Lots of space too, if you need a place to sit down.
This is the mothership of the local JP Licks ice cream stores. Wide range of ice creams, and they roast coffee on the premises. Open late until 12!
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“Lucky” fans say it’s “refreshing” to frequent these deli-market takeaways given their “focus on high-quality” local ingredients, which are made into “superb sandwiches”; a few note that the pace c... más información
There are two City Feeds in JP, we are nearer to the one on Boylston Street. They have great coffee and tea, hot or cold. They also make awesome sandwiches made to order, bagels, and some fresh bak... más información
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Breakfast, lunch and occasional take out dinner specials. Wonderful, but pricey for some. Joanne makes her own bread from scratch and her breakfast & lunch sandwiches can be ordered as a salad. ... más información
My favorite breakfast/bakery joint in Back Bay / South End by well-known chef Joanne Chang. She beat Bobby Flay for her famous sticky buns ($3.5 bundle of goodness). Also recommend the egg sandwich.
Amazing gourmet sandwiches and the most gorgeous and delicious pastries you've ever laid eyes on. Great, inexpensive coffee too! Outdoor seating. Just expect a long line at 9am on the weekends.
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Stroll around Harvard Yard, the epicenter of Harvard University. Make sure to touch the statue of John Harvard to ensure that you will attend the school one day! You can sign up for a free tour o... más información
Founded in 1636, Harvard is America's oldest institute of higher learning and one of the country's most prestigious universities. Among the illustrious alumni are civil rights leader W.E.B. Du Boi... más información
Cambridge's second world-famous university. Harvard Yard is beautiful, just don't try to park your car there ;) Visit Harvard Square afterwards (or before) for tons of shopping and restaurants
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The Oldest city central parks with Swan boats, and fund thing to do with kids. Boston Common (also known as the Common) is a central public park in downtown Boston, is the Oldest city central Dati... más información
Great place to relax and have a picnic. Walk through the Boston Garden with beautiful flowers and swan boats into the Common to catch a frisbee and hang out with friends. They also have an ice sk... más información
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Iconic fine dining in Cambridge. Refined Turkish/Mediterranean inspired menu by Ana Sortun, much of the produce comes from her husband's local farm. Spectacular meals for omnivores and vegetarian... más información
This is a pricier establishment, but it has a charming outdoor patio and Turkish-inspired food that you can't get anywhere else. I like the somewhat more casual offshoot, Sarma (in Somerville), a t... más información
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Knock out ice cream made on the premises by Gus Toscanini Great Coffee, too. Voted Best Ice Cream by NY Times (Gus modestly says " It's the best ice cream in the world.")
The New York Times once called Toscanini's the best ice cream in the world. It's a couple blocks from our home - stop for a sweet treat on your way back! They have inventive and indulgent flavors a... más información
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It is perhaps the highest-end fine cuisine available in JP --and Ten Tables arrived even before JP was considered a location to be seen eating serious food. Beware, though it has been expanded bare... más información
One of JP's renowned (and more expensive local restaurants, known for its intimate setting (only 10 tables) and fresh, ever changing menu. TT Bar, next door, is run by the same folks and serves del... más información
Upscale setting, great tasting menu. Reservations recommended. Bar next door (TT bar) does not require reservations and is more casual, and has great mid-week deals.
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The Samuel Adams Brewery tours are always a success! You can get to experience the brewing processes, sample the goods, and have a great time at this cool site. For six generations the Bostonian Ko... más información
Guided tours are held Monday - Saturday beginning at 10 AM. Learn all about Samuel Adams, brewer and patriot. Experience the entire brewing process, from start to finish. Sample a few beers. Call ... más información
With over 30 distinctive, award-winning styles of craft beer, Samuel Adams offers discerning beer drinkers a variety of brews. The tour is free and tours are Monday - Saturday
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This Italian dessert mecca in the North End serves up the finest homemade old-school Italian sweets like pizzelle, torrone, biscotti, and some of the very best cannolis on the Eastern seaboard.
The ever-popular North End (Italian Quarter) landmark. Get your conolies, stroll the meandering cobbled streets, and pretend you're in Italy.
Probably one of the best/most dangerous decisions you could make, Mike's is VERY well-known for their canolis and desserts. There may be a line outside because they are just that popular.
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The coffee is not bad. The pastries are decent. Bill likes the muffins here because they don't come with paper wrappers on the bottom (less work). It's super close to our place too.
Good place to hang out and work or catch up with friends. Open Mon-Fri at 7 am and Sat-Sun at 8am, open until 10pm Sun-Thur and until 11pm Fri-Sat.
Great place to get coffee in a wonderful setting, very small, so it may be hard to get seating but not as difficult as in other places like the Diesel cafe in Davis Sq.
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“Small bites feel big” at this Jamaica Plain joint putting out “delicious”, “funky” Spanish tapas that “draw all the locals”; the “cozy, welcoming” vibe driven by a “super-friendly” staff extends t... más información
Tapas and wine bar....Many guests have really liked their experience at Tres Gatos. About 15 minute walk. Not cheap, the tapas bill adds up, but worth a splurge! Small and intimate, best to reserve... más información
Cozy, colorful Spanish tapas restaurant & wine bar with a tiny shop in back selling books & music. A real neighborhood gem.
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More than a movie theater- the main theater is frequently used for concerts and performances. All December long the silly and suggestively titled holiday alt-favorite "The Slutcracker" -a saucy bu... más información
The Somerville Theater is a fun place to hang out. They actually serve beer during the shows and the occassionally have concerts. The movies aren't always the latest, but they're usually popular an... más información
Awesome old theater that shows a mix of blockbusters, timeless classics, bands and indy films. Beer and wine available as well as snacks.Also houses the Museum of Bad Art in its basement!
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The Old Boston Garden: catch a Celtics game, a Bruins game, a show, a concert, a convention, a circus and lots more
Always worth a trip to take a look at Boston's main sports and concert venue. Great place to catch a basketball or hockey game and if possible, catch the circus there!
TD Garden is a great Venue for big name concerts and to watch the Bruins and Celtics
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The short walk to the Esplanade is worth the experience. On the way there you will experience the iconic Charles River, Storrow Drive, and Salt & Pepper Bridge. Jogging, biking, and people watching... más información
A beautiful park along the banks of the Charles River. Have a picnic on the docks or go for a run along the river in any direction until you feel like turning back. Breathtaking sunsets here.
Wonderful park along the Charles River - great for sailing, walking, biking and sightseeing. The home of the Hatch Shell where the Boston Pop play on the 4th- many concert, etc in the Summer.
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For a beautiful walk or running path, head up Centre street and all the way down to Jamaica Pond. There is a water fountain near the boat house where you can grab some water if needed. It's a big... más información
The water glistens like no other on a sunny day! This is a place to sit and watch people go by, take a leisurely stroll, or jog the loop around the pond. It's just a tad under 1.5 miles around. Jog... más información
This 58-acre pond has a paved 1.5 mile trail around it for jogging and strolling. The boat house rents row boats and sail boats. The pond is stocked each year with trout, and fishing is allowed.
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Epically delicious donuts. You will never crave another donut after you've tasted these. Named Boston's Best Donuts by Boston Magazine. Popular picks include: Maple Bacon, Sea-Salted Bourbon Carame... más información
Gourmet Donuts. Fantastically delicious and very sweet. On weekends they have a line out the door and sell out of donuts by 2p. People travel from across the river to find this place. (In Boston, c... más información
These donuts have generated quite the following! People are willing to wait in long lines for these Portland-style donuts. The bacon and maple syrup donut is a favorite of many.
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Flour is not only known for their amazing pastries (sticky buns!), but also serves great grab & go food that is accommodating of food restrictions and preferences. They have a seasonal/rotating men... más información
Great for breakfast foods and coffee in the morning and cookies and treats all day long. They are extremely busy at lunch catering to the MIT clientele but offer healthy options for sandwiches, so... más información
Flour owner Joanne Chang is famous for her sticky buns, but she also makes the best breakfast sandwiches, banana bread, and brioche. On Sundays, they make donuts!
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This brewery, which offers tours, boasts a beer hall that serves pretzels, plus a gift shop. 7 min walk via Northern Ave (0.3 mi)
This brew hall is fun, but if you're going for a tour, head over early in the day and purchase your tickets in person first thing. They never last long and tours book up fast. They don't take phone... más información
Great beer! "The Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall, in Boston's Seaport District, offers a full selection of Harpoon beers straight from the source along with delicious pretzels to pair with your pint."
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Wheather your are a nerd or just passionate about higher education, MIT will add some unique value to your visit. Free tours start at 11 am and 3pm in the hall at 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge... más información
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts known traditionally for research and education in the physical sciences and engineering.
Another beautiful campus. Walk down to the Charles River and check out the Beautiful view of the city of Boston from Cambridge side. MIT is a 15 minutes subway ride on the red line from my condo
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Nice internet Cafe with great coffee and other breakfast items. You can sit inside or outside. Nice place to check out the local scene. They are open for breakfast and lunch. They have very unique ... más información
If you need some caffeine to start or maintain your day, I highly recommend coming here. Also in the Brewery complex, it's close to both my home and the Stony Brook subway station.
Hip coffee shop with homemade patries, sandwiches and soups. A small outside patio. Housed in an old Brewery. Now offer wine and beer.
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A great neighborhood Irish bar, the best and proper fish and chips in town, served in newspaper just as they do abroad. Great beer selection, friendly locals, very good pub food.
Fish and Chips! Live music! I like their fish chowder. It's a very, Irish Pub.
An Irish pub that doesn't feel like an American Irish Pub. Food is good. Cozy place for winter nights.
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The first public municipal library in the world! Hop on a guided tour to hear about the history and architecture, and have high tea in their beautiful courtyard (reservations required). Check out t... más información
The Copley Square BPL has gorgeous murals, sculptures & architecture on the Dartmouth Street side. The Boylston Street side has recent publications, etc. A beautiful courtyard connects them. Cafe too.
Our nation's old library. A very, very special place. Go into the old part to see one of kind murals by John Singer Sargent. The upper floors and courtyard are especially beautiful.
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Redbones serves up authentic Southern barbecue including Memphis and Baby Back ribs, pulled pork and smoked beef brisket. There are also vegetarian options, grilled fish and chicken. Downstairs is ... más información
Right off the main drag of Elm St. in Davis Square is Redbones BBQ. Downstairs is a dimly-lit relaxed bar and dining area, complete with classic rock, wall art, ribs and the best brisket in town.
Redbones serves up authentic Southern barbecue including Memphis and Baby Back ribs, pulled pork and smoked beef brisket. There are also vegetarian options, grilled fish and chicken.