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Lobster is New England’s culinary claim to fame, and it’s essential for any Boston Holiday that you try a lobster roll at least once. A great place to visit with the family is The Barking Crab, located right on the Boston waterfront. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and you don a plastic bib and get a metal cracker to tackle the giant claws. The portions are huge but delicious, and if you’re really hungry you can even ‘clambake’ your meal, adding your choice of side dishes including chowder and corn on the cob; delicious!

Sports fans will love a visit to Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox baseball team since 1912. It’s also the oldest Major League baseball stadium still in use. The stadium is truly fascinating. You’ll learn about players like the legendary Babe Ruth, see the hand operated scoreboard that’s still manually operated on every match day from a cramped cupboard, and learn the history of the ground’s most memorable moments.

As well as some stunning contemporary buildings showcasing the best in modernist design, Boston also boasts some beautifully historic houses, which have been converted into luxury hotels perfect for a 5-star holiday. You can choose to stay in the historic city centre, perfectly located for the Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill, and many of Boston’s popular historic sites. Why not base yourself close in the fashionable Back Bay area, which is popular for its excellent shopping, entertainment and nightlife. To feel a sense of the city’s nostalgia, opt for one of the classical hotels from the 1920s situated near Boston Common and close to the theatre district; perfect for a memorable luxury holiday.

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