Top 10 Things to Do For Couples in Boston
Many of Boston’s most romantic spots are just steps away from our Back Bay Hotel. From music and theatre to beautiful views and memorable meals, couples have endless opportunity to savor a trip to this charming city.
Sip a cocktail while listening to live jazz and taking in skyline views at Top of the Hub, soaring 52 floors above Back Bay.
Joggers and Walkers’ Paradise
Jog or walk the Charles River Esplanade, or hop aboard a sailboat for an adventure by sea. During the summer months, revel in a picnic and live outdoor concerts at the Hatch Memorial Shell.
A Back Bay Stroll
The historic Boston Public Garden is breathtaking year-round. Snap a photo atop the world’s smallest suspension bridge, and take a Swan Boat ride during the warm weather months. Cross the street to the Commonwealth Avenue Mall, 32 acres of monuments and trees that will dazzle the eyes.
Boston is for lovers – and art lovers. Start with the 450,000 works of art at the Museum of Fine Arts, proceed to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, then venture to the waterfront for a visit to the Institute of Contemporary Art.
Boston Harbor Cruise
Savor a romantic sunset cruise on the Boston Harbor, letting the historic and beautiful sights unfold while soaking in the fading day’s glow.
For Music Lovers
From the world famous Boston Pops and Boston Symphony Orchestra to live music at the House of Blues and jazz clubs, there are endless opportunities for music aficionados in Boston.
Boston’s bustling Theatre District is home to performances galore - musicals, plays, ballet and opera. Watch these world-renowned shows live. Also enjoy the comedy scene and concerts from top performing artists.
Fall foliage in the Berkshires, a 90-minute ferry to Provincetown, fresh lobster on the beaches of the North Shore, skiing in the nearby mountains and weekend trips to Cape Cod and the Islands. There are endless options for adventure within minutes of Boston.
The North End, Boston’s Little Italy, is paradise for pasta lovers, with authentic restaurants at every turn and famous pastry shops including the world renowned Mike’s and Modern Pastry.
The Seaport District is a new hot spot for dining, drinks and dazzling waterfront views. From authentic Mexican cuisine and fresh New England seafood favorites to rooftop cocktail lounges, there are endless options for dining and entertainment in Boston.