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Somerville Vacation Packages

The lifeblood of a city is often in its neighborhoods. When heading to Boston, the capital city of Massachusetts, think about basing yourself in Somerville. With a population of 600,000 residents, there's never a dull moment in this energetic city. If you're arriving by air at Logan International Airport, Somerville lies 5 miles to the west. Or, this neighborhood is 3 miles from the city center.

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Somerville Vacation Packages

Grab the keycard to your room and get set for some local sites. Louisburg Square and Minuteman Bikeway should be at the top of your itinerary. Cathedral of the Holy Cross and The Games People Play are also highly recommended by locals and visitors. Don't miss the opportunity to explore the surrounding neighborhoods too, such as Prospect Hill and Porter Square.

One of the more renowned sights in this country is Hynes Convention Center. And it's just 3 miles to the south.

The Boston downtown area is full of impressive places, such as Black Falcon Cruise Terminal and John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. World Trade Center and Institute of Contemporary Art are also worth checking out.

Need some time away from the kids? Find a babysitter and head to Beacon Trotting Park, Cambridge Common and The Russell House.

Learn new things about the area at Handel and Haydn Society, Artisans Asylum, American Repertory Theater and Boch Center. These cultural sites are not to be missed!

Make some time to study the collections at Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Harvard University Art Museums and Arthur M Sackler Museum. Ask about the artists or just take five in the tranquil surroundings.

Browse the intriguing collections and see if you can hop on a guided tour at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Boston, Boston Children's Museum, Boston Tea Party Ship and USS Constitution Museum.

For wonderful live entertainment, head over to Lyric Stage Company of Boston, Huntington Theatre, Sanders Theater and American Repertory Theater. It's usually a smart idea to pick up tickets ahead of time.

For some child-friendly places, get going to New England Aquarium, Boston Athenaeum, Boston Public Library and Mary Baker Eddy Library.

Take in the pleasant natural surrounds of Liberty Wharf, Boston Harbor Islands State Park, Back Bay Fens and Irish Heritage Trail.

Top urban parks include Cambridge Center Roof Garden, Boston National Historical Park, Boston Common and Boston Public Garden. Have a picnic or take a leisurely stroll.

To purchase some last-minute gifts or enjoy a snack, head over to John Lewis, Inc, Printing Office of Edes and Gill, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Cambridgeside Galleria.

Stata Center, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Memorial Hall and Harvard Science Center have so many tales to tell. History geek or not, you'll definitely learn something at these weathered, old places.

Holy places, such as Old North Church, King's Chapel, Park Street Church and Trinity Church Boston, can give you a better understanding of the region's faith. Relax in the peaceful atmosphere and take a moment to contemplate.

When you're in the mood for some sports action, watch the Boston University Terriers or the Boston University Terriers at Agganis Arena. This multi-purpose stadium is also a fabulous live performance venue, so check the event schedule to see what's on during your visit.

Accommodation in Somerville

You'll have no troubles booking the ideal hotel in Somerville. Expedia's hotels page contains 170 different options in this highly popular destination.

Top picks in Somerville include the Mandarin Oriental Boston, which can be found at 776 Boylston St, and the Four Seasons Hotel Boston, located at 200 Boylston St. If you're after more budget-friendly options, the Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, 25 Charles Street, or the Harvard Square Hotel, 110 Mount Auburn Street, might hit the right note.

Another great option is to stay near Faneuil Hall Marketplace by booking accommodation at The Ritz-Carlton, Boston, which is just 0.6 miles away. Another popular choice is the Fifteen Beacon, which is 0.3 miles from Faneuil Hall Marketplace.

Popular Activities for your Somerville Vacation

Lying on a beach doing not much at all is nice and all, but there's nothing like trying out some new and extraordinary experiences on your vacation!

Kick-start your vacation in Somerville in style. Why not consider buying a LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Boston or a Davis Square Food Tour: Gyros & Bowling?

For more things to do, go to our Somerville things to do page.

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