Reasons to go to Boston
Boston is a wonderful city, full of unpredictable surprises. Actually this compact city has plenty of places of interests to offer its visitors. I can't but mention financial centers, great shopping skyscrapers, modern performance arts and interesting museums ,more than 40 institutions of higher learning. Boston is considered to be one of the oldest cities in the US . In Boston modern rubs shoulders with the old, the city is full of historical Colonial buildings downtown, 19th-century mansions , brownstones in Beacon Hill and Back Bay as well as historic buildings adapted for reuse to house businesses and shops. If you visit the city for the first time, trolley tours, walking tours, skywalk views of the city and Duck tours can help you to get acquainted with it.
Spring begins in April, though in can be still snowing during this very month. Mild spring temperatures last from the beginning till the end of May. It's hot and humid in summer with temperatures in the 90s (F) and topping 100F from time to time. The hottest months are considered to be August and July. The weather is mild from September till October with dry and sunny days. Winter starts in November and lasts from February to March . As for January , the temperatures may drop to the low 20s and teens.
Peak Season: from April to November is the peak season that's why it's better to make reservations in advance. July and August are likely to be real high seasons, during these seasons families usually visit the city. From the middle of September to November is a foliage season. It's not very crowded in December ,though the city is popular with conventions and shoppers. After the First Night ( or the New Year's Eve) which is a great and wonderful occasion and citywide celebration the city becomes not so busy and the life quiets down.
Off Season: There are a lot of deals from January to March, which are offered by most of the city's hotels. But the weather is extremely changeable during this very season.