You must visit Boston in the spring—it's Boston's favorite season. As the weather turns nice, this New England city bursts to life. The locals bask in the newfound sunshine, and the excitement is palatable.
For the locals, spring in Boston begins with the first pitch at Fenway Park. One by one, you'll see the shops on Boston's Newbury Street prop their doors open and the bars and restaurants set up their outdoor patios. A walk through Boston's Public Garden is a must when the flowers bloom just in time for the Flower Show.
To the north, the colonial towns of Salem and Ipswich, Massachusetts, come out of their winter's nap. To the south, Cape Cod gets its first beachgoers of the year over Memorial Day weekend. The winter quickly becomes but a memory.
No city celebrates the spring season better than Boston. To prove it, National Geographic has selected Boston as a top destination for spring travel. With Swan Boats, Sox games, and a Back Bay in bloom, make Boston your destination this spring!

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