|Welcome to Boston. Where centuries-old
buildings cast their approving shadow over beautifully lit city squares, full of chic designer stores, modern street art, and classy
sidewalk cafes. Where every corner of the hub has its own natural rhythm and style. From the friendly chatter of Italian restaurants
in the North End to the hip style of the South End, Boston has something for everyone. Plus, the city is perfectly located for sailing
off to tropical destinations, or heading northward on a scenic, relaxing voyage. Cruise from Boston to Bermuda or the Caribbean, or
set sail to Canada and New England. Whether you're looking to kick back on tropical pink sands or snap photos along the scenic Atlantic
Coast, Boston gives you plenty of options.
Looking for a no-hassle, no-headache way to take that cruise you've been dreaming of? Forget about connecting flights, complicated planning, and cross-country hikes just to get on your ship. Your answer could be just a short drive or flight away.
With sailings from any one of 21 conveniently located U.S. ports, saving yourself time, money, and stress has never been easier. Plus, all your meals, accommodations, and most activities are paid for in one low upfront price. So get the most out of your travel dollar, and cruise from close-to-home!
|Set sail from Boston, MA, a city rich in history and a city known for its outstanding universities, hospitals, and sports teams.
Boston is a city of firsts – the first public school, the first college, and the first subway system all made their debuts
there. At just 48 square miles, it's incredibly easy to get around town either on foot or using public transportation. The
Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile walking tour of 16 historical points of interest, including the Old North Church, the Paul Revere
House, and the Bunker Hill Monument to name a few. The Freedom Trail also makes a stop at Faneuil Hall Marketplace – a
must-see for those who enjoy shopping, eating, and people watching. This marketplace features hundred of vendors selling everything
from pizza and gourmet candy to upscale apparel and souvenirs. There's also an eclectic mix of boutiques on Newbury Street set
between beautiful architecture and brownstones. Authentic Italian restaurants and bakeries are plentiful in the North End, and
a stroll through the Boston Public Gardens in the spring will delight you with endless flowers, and the historic Swan Boats. A
few other must-sees while in Boston include:
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Black Falcon Cruise Terminal
1 Black Falcon Way Boston, MA
Parking is available at the BRA-EDIC Marine Industrial Park garage. The five-story, indoor facility is located across from Black Falcon Cruise Terminal. Departing cruise guests receive a special price of $14 per day, payable by cash, Visa, or MasterCard. The garage has additional space for oversize vehicles and motor homes. No reservations are required.
Silver Line Buses go to and from the Black Falcon Terminal regularly, with connections to the Boston MBTA's Red Line at South Station. Using the SL2 route bus, get off at the Black Falcon Avenue and Design Center Place stop. Mass transit including buses and the T are a breeze. Visitors can also catch narrated trolley tours, or for something different try a Duck Tour, offered in an amphibious vehicle. Most cruise lines operate a shuttle bus (cost varies) to Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. Rental cars and commuter trains are also an option for those who want to explore beyond the city.