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Welcome to MetroGuide Networks' overview of Boston-area attractions. The Greater Boston area is full of attractions for all ages. From the Boston Tea Party to the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere and far, far beyond, Boston and environs provide a kaleidoscope of attractions giving a patriotic perspective on yesterday, today and tomorrow. As New England's largest, most important city, Boston is far older than the republic. But it's also a contemporary center of high finance and higher technology, not to mention home of the very pub that inspired television's long-running Cheers. Some of its citizenry regard it as not only the hub of the region but the universe as well. High on the social pecking order is Back Bay, a neighborhood comparable to an address on New York's Park Avenue or San Francisco's Nob Hill. Most lovely among Boston's neighborhoods is Beacon Hill, bounded by Cambridge and Beacon streets, the Charles River and the Esplanade. Across the Charles lies Cambridge, Boston's Left Bank according to tourism promoters fond of depicting it as funkier, spunkier, and spicier than staid old Boston. Definitely, Cambridge is a city where counter-culture thrives alongside classic-culture in a world of multi-culture. Greater Boston, with 50-some colleges and universities, is awash in students, assuring a non-stodgy ambiance. Water plays a big role in this seaport city, and Boston's parks, like its boat rides and other waterfront activities, provide a change of pace from urban frenzy. Boston Common, America's oldest park, anchors a miles-long stretch known as the "Emerald Necklace." Quite compact from an attractions viewpoint, Boston is comparatively easy to navigate by foot, ferry, and its subway called the T.

Below is a list of some suggested things to do in the Boston Metropolitan Area, with links to more details when available.

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I'm not sure about hotels

But, I'm carless living in Boston. If I were you, I would hang out in the Copley Square area. It's walking distance to a lot of great area's/tourist attractions... like duck tours, Newbury Street, South End...
Another great area for a tourist is Fanieul Hall (more of a shopping/food area). The North End is right nearby and it has amazing food.

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