For over 350 years pilgrims, politicians, professors and today's citizens have kept Boston a world class city that is fun to visit, easy to walk and as our restaurant listings confirm, a great place to dine. Because Boston's grid was laid out along cow paths your map will be indispensable.
The museums shown on your map in Boston and Cambridge are not to be missed. A stroll along Newbury and Boylston Streets should satisfy the ardent shopper. And the original Filene's Basement is a must see.
Your FREE Boston Sites and Bites™ Map and Guide is easy-to-use and easy-to-download. Just click the “Download Sites and Bites™ Map” link and you will get a full-color map followed by a page showing the best places to see, shop and dine. Each listing includes all pertinent information — brief description, hours of operation, address, phone number and/or map coordinate. As an added bonus, the final section of the download has coupons and special promotions you can print and use when you visit the destination city.
Transportation—The best bet from Logan International Airport to the city is the "T" (as in MBTA). Even if you have two tubas, four trunks and ten three year olds, the best bet is still the "T".