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Collette has amped up its Spotlight on Boston tour, noting that it makes for the perfect summer getaway.

Travelers spend five days in the capital of Massachusetts, plenty of time to take in all the city has to offer. They’ll visit Harvard University on a student-led tour, stop at the historic Faneuil Hall marketplace for some “clam chowdah,” and explore historic Revolutionary War sites in Lexington and Concord. Travelers will also now receive a $20 Uber voucher to explore the area on their own, perhaps heading to Fenway Park for a Red Sox game on a nice summer day, or take in some culture at the Museum of Fine Arts.

“Boston is a great destination in the summer months,” said Jaclyn Leibl-Cote, chief executive officer at Collette, in a press release statement. “Collette’s Spotlight on Boston tour is a relaxing way to explore the city. Not only will travelers take a trip through history, but they’re able to do so without packing and unpacking. All of Collette’s Spotlight tours include single-hotel stays to allow travelers to unwind and relax.”

Check Out the Must-Sees in Boston

During a panoramic tour of the city, your clients will visit historic spots such as the Old South Meeting House, Boston Common and the quaint cobblestone streets and Federal-style rowhouses of Beacon Hill. There’s also time to discover Copley Square, the Public Garden and the Isabella Stewart Garden Museum, a mansion-turned-museum with a lush inner courtyard, infamous for a legendary art heist. For shopping aficionados, there’s charming Newbury Street, and for foodies, a must-stop is dinner in Boston’s famed North End for Italian specialties.

Departure dates begin as early as June 20, 2024.

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