Boston has some amazing history in America. Dating back to 1630 this city has helped shape the country itself, including events that aided in the American Revolution. Now, this modern day metropolitan area is one of the largest in New England. Boston has a huge sea port, fine colleges and universities, and a thriving business and financial center. 

Massachusetts was the first state to legalize same-sex marriage and has been on the forefront of the LGBTQ Rights Movement for decades. The LGBTQ neighborhood is mostly known around the South End area boosting dozens of LGBTQ owned and friendly establishments, from local bars, nightclubs for dancing, and many wonderul places to grab a bite.

Airport & Directions

(BOS) Boston Logan International Airport. The airport is very close to the city center. You can take the Silver Line Bus, for free, from the terminal to downtown Boston to the South Station in less than 30 minutes, pretty amazing. Otherwise, you can get on the Blue Line, the subway system.

Public Transportation

Boston has the oldest working subway system in America, and not to mention one of the largest. It has 6 rail systems and a rapid bus service collectively having over 100 stations around the city, above and below ground.