Club Teams: Good, approx 25 independent schools
School Teams: Good, school teams can play public and private schools
Hotels: Mid-level to luxury options close to city centre
Avg high of 6C to 13C during the days, avg low of -3C to 4C overnight, avg of 30% of days with rain in Dec/Jan
Public Transport: Subway is very accessible
Charter/Self Drive: Charter coach to and from airport recommended
PRO SPORTS TEAMS
NHL (Ice-Hockey): Bruins
MLB (Baseball): Red Sox (not in season)
Boston is a highlight for all travelers. This historic American city is at the center on history, with many monuments and walking tours show you the true beauty of the by-gone era.
Step onto the campus of the worlds best institute for higher learning, Harvard not only is a academics dream but the campus itself is sight to behold. The red brick along with the maple tress provides and great back drop to your walking tour.
For hoops junkies there’s is plenty of well known names in the game in town and the surrounds, from the world famous Boston Celtics. Take a tour of the new Boston Garden, and don’t miss the miss a chance to get out of the city and visit the Basketball Hall of Fame and UCONN to see the biggest women's basketball program in the country. Sports fans will love Boston and a trip to Fenway Park even for the non-baseball lover provides an amazing sight.
Bostons history is easily accessible via the Freedom Trail and gives you a glimpse into what happen during the Boston Teaparty, finish your walk with a bite to eat in Boston Common and take in this big city skyline.
WHAT TO DO IN BOSTON ...
Boston Garden Tour
Fenway Park Tour
Basketball Hall of Fame
Boston Tea Party