Boston Public Garden

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Martí Micolau

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Boston Public Garden: is the green lung of the city of Boston and is the ideal place to stop for a picnic, a walk or just to rest for a while.

Founded in 1837, is the first public botanical garden in the United States; extremely well-kept, it is very popular with Bostonians who love to do physical activity in the open air, and often there are gymnastics classes held on the lawns. In winter, however, you can count on a beautiful skating rink. For the more romantic souls, a ride on the Swan Boats, swan-shaped pedal boats that allow you to navigate the park's pond.

How to reach us: Take the green line and get off at Arlington Station or Boylston Station
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