American Revolution

Boston was founded in 1630 and is one of the oldest cities of United States. Located on the northeastern coast, about 320 km to the North of New York, Boston has a few hot summers with an average of 28 C in July and cold winters and snow: the average temperature in January is – 6 C. Since it is the most populous city in New England, Boston is considered the economic and cultural center of the region and it is referred to at times as the Capital of New England unofficially. In 2008 the city had a population of 609.023 inhabitants, what makes it most populous country in the twenty-second city. Boston is also the nerve center of a considerable greater metropolitan area called greater Boston, with a population of 4.5 million inhabitants, the tenth largest metropolitan area in the nation.

It has an undeniable importance culture in the United States to be origin of the war of independence and headquarters of some of its bloodiest battles. Also pioneered, more later, the movement abolitionist.Boston is a comfortable City to be visited on foot and has several marked routes. The most famous and crowded is the Freedom Trail, approximately 4 km and passing through the most famous places of the American Revolution. Throughout the route is marked on the ground by a red line, so it is impossible to miss. There are also other tours, as the Women s Heritage or Black Heritage.Todos these tours are useful for visiting the tourist sites of the city, but it is advisable to deviate from them if we want to know the true Boston and its people.It is very typical in Boston to find the best deals on Filene s Basement or stroll through Faneuil Hall, a historic market built in 1742.