Felger & Mazz

Felger & Mazz

Welcome to the vibrant city of Boston, where summers come alive with a plethora of exciting activities and attractions. As the warm sun graces the city, locals and tourists alike eagerly indulge in the abundance of things to do in this historic metropolis.

From exploring rich cultural landmarks to enjoying outdoor adventures, Boston offers a diverse range of experiences that cater to every interest and age group.

There’s a lot to offer during the summer months besides just going to Fenway Park and suffering through a bad brand of baseball.

So here are 5 Smokin’ Hot Tips for OTHER things you can consider doing around Boston this Summer.

  • Explore the North End

    Known as Boston’s Little Italy, the North End is famous for its narrow streets, Italian restaurants, and historical sites like the Old North Church. Enjoy a delicious cannoli or authentic Italian cuisine. I’d recommend Bricco or Lucca as they’re my two favorites on Hanover Street.

    North End

    Businesses along Hanover Street, in the North End of Boston, Massachusetts (Stock Photo/Getty Images)

  • Take a Day Trip

    Boston is well-connected to other attractions in the region. Consider visiting Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, or Salem for a day trip from the city.

    Boston Map

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  • Visit the New England Aquarium

    Discover a fascinating underwater world at the New England Aquarium. See a variety of marine animals, including the adorable penguins, sharks, sea turtles, and colorful fish.

    New England Aquarium

    (Stock Photo/Getty Images)

  • Relax at the Charles River Esplanade

    Take a walk or rent a bike along the Charles River Esplanade, a picturesque park with beautiful views of the river. You can also enjoy a picnic or attend one of the many outdoor concerts and events held there.

    If you’re going to hit the Charles River Esplanade, swing by Ayr Back Bay. The super knowledgeable team at 827 Boylston Street will help you find the right product to enjoy your afternoon.

    Charles River Esplanade

    Boston skyline at sunrise as seen across the Charles River from Cambridge, with sailboats moored on the river (Stock Photo/Getty Images)

  • Enjoy the Harbor Islands

    Take a ferry ride to the Boston Harbor Islands, a collection of 34 islands offering scenic hiking trails, beaches, and historical sites.

    Boston Harbor Islands

    Two seagulls soar above Spectacle Island, with Boston’s cityscape viewable across harbor. (Stock Photo/Getty Images)

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