When making plans for your next weekend escape in the fall, Boston is calling your name. The largest city in the New England region allows anyone to get a taste of its culture along the water. As someone from Chicago, I haven’t had a chance to explore the East Coast and aside from New York City, seeing Boston in the fall might be why it’s my new favorite destination to visit
I stayed in Back Bay during my trip, which is a very popular area with tourists. You’re a pleasant walk away from shops, Boston Commons (the central public park in downtown Boston), and the beginning of the Freedom Trail. As someone who has lived both in Chicago and New York, Boston holds its own in city life. They take pride in being one of the oldest’s cities in the United States as you can see in their food selection, tourist attractions, and overall demeanor.
Not to mention, as a photographer, Boston in the fall makes a perfect time to visit! The trees have changed colors and with the weather just right, you can spend all weekend taking photos. Personally, I took SO many photos that I’m going to split this photo diary into two posts. Be sure to follow Lost & Found in the City on Instagram though to get a closer glance.
Check out some of the best sights of Boston in the fall below.
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Author: Katina Beniaris
Born in Chicago, Katina has always been drawn to cities. She spent her college years in the heart of Chicago studying journalism and she travels to various cities every year for new experiences. When she’s not blogging, you can find her catching up on the latest pop culture sensation on Netflix.