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Rent a campervan for the day and explore one of America's oldest cities, where the old meets new in an exciting blend. Here you can visit historic landmarks like The Freedom Trail alongside trendy nightclubs with cutting-edge performances.

A Boston trip is a look back at the city's interesting past with its exciting, modern culture. There are plenty of things to do in the city such as trying delicious craft beers made by brewmasters, riding a pedal-powered swan boat, or taking an exhilarating high-speed catamaran whale watch and shopping at artisanal markets/gourmet boutiques. There is also time for relaxation with some sidewalk café dining or food truck fare! You can enjoy a star-studded concert under the stars, take a walking tour of Boston's lively waterfront and historic harbor, or blaze your own trail through these attractions.

Rent a campervan and explore Boston's famous attractions, like the Freedom Trail. This 2.5-mile trail leads to 16 historical sites including Paul Revere House! You can park it in Boston Commons which opened up back in 1634 -- making it America’s oldest city park! The once cow pasture is now Fenway Park, the home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912. It's been a public hangings place and site for British soldiers during Revolutionary War. Don't miss your chance to see a home run from Ted William's longest blast at Fenway Park. If you're looking for an exciting way to explore Boston, rent one of our camper vans and hit the road!

Boston Fun Facts

Boston was named after a town in England, Boston! In the early 1600s, The Reverend John Cotton urged citizens to follow him there and start over.

Boston Common is the oldest public park in the U.S., founded in 1634, and has seen its fair share of historical events over the years, including Colonial militia preparing for revolution, British Redcoats using it as an encampment & founding fathers celebrating the nation's independence here.

Harvard University is the oldest university in America, as it was established in 1636. Harvard got its name from John Harvard who left his library and half of his estate to the institution.

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