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Boston on a budget 2023: What to do and where to stay

Boston on a budget 2023: What to do and where to stay

New England’s largest city Boston has it all, from a fantastic seafood scene and more historic buildings than you can shake a stick at, to quaint streets and a bustling harbour. December marks 250 years since the Boston Tea Party took place, and today the thriving capital of Massachusetts is known for its gorgeous architecture and endless green spaces, including America’s first public park, Boston Common. Plus, there’s also plenty on offer for sports fans, who can take in a baseball game at Fenway Park, the oldest Major League Baseball stadium and home of the Red Sox.

Whether you’re looking to visit the Boston Tea Party Museum, fancy surveying the city after climbing the 221ft-high Bunker Hill Monument or are interested in learning more about the American Revolution by following The Freedom Trail, this is a city to suit all kinds of traveller, and even the tree-lined neighbourhoods are a notable sight to behold as autumn arrives.

Despite its reputation as one of America’s priciest destinations, there are numerous ways to enjoy an affordable break in Boston. Keep reading for the ultimate guide to doing Boston on a budget.

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Where to stay

If you don’t mind sharing, the Found Hotel is set in a beautifully restored building dating back to 1877 and it’s just a short walk from Boston Common. A one-night stay in a four-bed dormitory starts from £45pp, while single rooms start from £86 per night.

Boston’s CitizenM North Station hotel has huge windows for making the most of the view

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