Founded in 1630 by English puritans, Boston is amongst the oldest towns in the United States. It universities, its libraries and its festivals have made it famous, however it has also been able to preserve in its centre many buildings dating from the colonial era.
You should take at least one moment of rest in one of Boston's welcoming parks and public gardens. Head for, among others, Boston Common and Castle Island. Discover all our information and advice on renting a car in Boston.
The road layout in Boston is very different to that of the rest of American towns, especially in the old town where one could be in Europe. With several narrow or one-way streets, traffic jams are certain. Street parking is often only for residents, however, it is possible to park in the undercover or underground car parks.
A cultural as well as a historic town, Boston differs from other American metropolises in that it has a rich patrimony and a number of axes given over to pedestrians and cycles. The Freedom Trail, the circuit which allows you to uncover the principal sites of the town, is Boston's star attraction. Hiring a car though is the surest way of organising your stay, ensuring that you can follow the itinerary that you have in place. You will notice yourself that Boston is a town of history and tradition which does not stop it from being modern and dynamic.
Explore Boston thoroughly thanks to Easyvoyage's car hire service. Compare prices and reserve your vehicle easily indicating your preferences: duration of hire, type of car etc... Whatever your needs, you'll find an offer that meets them meaning that getting around the city poses no problem. Crossing the town or reaching the outskirts can be achieved with ease. Stroll around the charming areas of the town such as Back Bay, Faneuil Dusk or Charlestown. Only 22 miles to the north-east of Boston is the famous town of Salem where you can visit the Salem Witch Museum, the Witch Dungeon Museum and the Peabody Essex Museum.