Boston is the capital of the State of Massachusetts and one of the oldest, most fascinating and diverse cities in the USA. It played a crucial role not only during the American Revolution but also during the founding of the USA. To get a good idea of the numerous things this beautiful metropolis has to offer, someone needs a dozen of pages just to address them all. What all Boston visitors agree with is that this city has something for everyone; a world-class legacy of education, arts, and culture, diverse neighborhoods, rich history, numerous modern amenities, numerous festivals and cultural events, great sports teams-facilities-events, exquisite restaurants, buzzing nightclubs, cozy cafes, world-class art galleries-museums-educational institutions, nearby amazingly beautiful natural attractions, and, above all, a colorful lifestyle vibe in which the old and the modern co-exist harmonically in a never-ending cycle of self-rediscovery. There are more than 300 first-class attractions that are worth your time while in Boston, such as Fenway Park, Museum of Fine Arts, Freedom Trail, North End, Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library, great walking tours (Off The Eaten Path Tours, Lessons on Liberty, Free Tours by Foot – Boston Tours, etc.), Historical & Heritage Tours, Old North Church, Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, USS Constitution Museum, Quincy Market, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, and hundreds more. One thing is for sure; regardless of how long you are going to stay in Boston, there will always be something new to experience, taste, visit, explore. Regarding budget accommodation in Boston, most of the top-rated low cost hotels offer rooms somewhere around $100 – $250 per night.