A collection of vibrant neighborhoods, each with its own personality, Boston is both hip and historic. It’s the “cradle of American independence,” where the tea went into the harbor, and the Old North Church displayed two lanterns with their coded message for Paul Revere. Well known for culture and prestigious educational institutions, it has also been a city of firsts, including, centuries ahead of its time, the first public anti-smoking law in 1632. Visitors can imagine the “shot heard round the world” from a spot on Lexington Green, delve into witchcraft in Salem, and spoon up a bowl of “chowdah” at Quincy Market.
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