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Top 3 Spots in Boston for fall foliage

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It's sad to see the summer drawing to a close, but there is much to look forward to in the coming months! In fact, Autumn is one of the very best times to visit our fair city.  Crisp sunny days in New England seem made for Apple picking, cider donuts and taking in the beauty of the changing leaves. Bold reds, brilliant oranges and vibrant yellows are but a few of the shades you'll be treated to on a fall foliage tour and you wont even need to leave the city to take it all in! Here we've shared with you our top three favorite spots to see the season change in Boston:  

1. The Boston Public Garden 

This exceptionally beautiful park right in the heart of Boston is the place to view a large variety of tree species.  

This exceptionally beautiful park right in the heart of Boston is the place to view a large variety of tree species.  

2. The Esplanade 

A stroll or bike ride along the esplanade is a great way to spend a fall afternoon taking in the colors and getting a little exercise! 

A stroll or bike ride along the esplanade is a great way to spend a fall afternoon taking in the colors and getting a little exercise! 

3. Beacon Hill

We've saved the very best for last! Ok so we're a little biased, but wander through the cobble stone, lamplit streets of Beacon Hill on a cool fall evening and see if it doesn't become one of your absolute favorite places too!

We've saved the very best for last! Ok so we're a little biased, but wander through the cobble stone, lamplit streets of Beacon Hill on a cool fall evening and see if it doesn't become one of your absolute favorite places too!