Boston, MA is a relatively compact city and most of the major places of interest are within walking distance of each other. Tourists and business travelers will find that there is a wide selection of Boston hotels available to suit every taste and budget, ranging from the most luxurious hotels and large chain hotels, to smaller inexpensive lodgings. Despite having such a choice of hotels, it is always wise to select and book a hotel for your Boston vacation well in advance. The whole of the greater Boston area is served by an excellent transport system, which includes an underground railway - the 'T', which, is perhaps the easiest way to travel into and around the city. Logan Airport, handling over 60 airlines, is located close to Boston's downtown area and can be quickly reached by the subway.
Museums and Art Galleries <ul><li>Boston has a magnificent selection of museums and art complexes, ranging from large to small, American to European, local to national, and exhibits the greatest collection of Monet's paintings outside of Paris. The huge Museum of Fine Arts Boston and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum are the best-known and most popular. Families will love the Children's Museum, while the Museum of Science, with its Mugar Omni Theater, draws crowds of all ages. The South End and Brookline boast a diverse range of many galleries, some of which showcase the regions up-and-coming artists. Many museums have special interactive displays, educational programs and offer discounts for tourists and students. </li></ul>
<ul><li>There are so many wonderful </li></ul><ul><li>attractions to see in Boston that there is sure to be something for everyone. Whether you are looking for thrills and excitement, Boston history and exhibitions or animals and the more exotic, you will not have to look far in Boston, New England's largest and most important city. Consider purchasing a 'Boston City Pass' as this will enable you to pay half price for most of the finest attractions. </li></ul>