Amy Baker Writes
Author and Freelance Writer

Welcome to Boston – America’s birthplace, home of the world’s best accent, seriously educated folk, and sports fanatics. The best area to stay in Boston depends on your interests, but getting around is easy, so you can soak up all the sights in a couple of days.

Boston locals are obsessed with many things. Sports being number one – the city is home to the New England Patriots, the Red Sox, the Boston Celtics, some of the most successful teams in history, and they won’t let you forget it. The city also boasts an incredible 35 colleges and universities, which basically guarantees that anyone you share a drink with is seriously brainy. Bostonians also take their food very seriously – whether its chowder, $1 oysters, donuts, or their many, many food trucks, the quality of food you’ll sample in Boston is the stuff dreams are made of. Whether you’re in town to party, to soak up some sporting atmosphere or to learn about the birth of America and the American Revolution, Boston and its friendly residents will more than deliver.

Read the full Boston guide on Hostelworld.

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