Boston tops list of best summer vacation spots in a US – Boston.com

Massachusetts may have forsaken from initial place to eighth in U.S. News World Report’s annual ranking of best states in that to live, though Boston has risen to a tip of a magazine’s rankings for best summer vacation destinations in a United States.

Boston also ranked third on a list of best summer vacation destinations in a universe (behind Paris and Florence!) and fifth for best family summer vacations. New York City surfaced that list, followed by a Bahamas, Niagara Falls, and a US Virgin Islands.

In fixing Boston a tip summer vacation end in a country, U.S. News World Report reports, “Fenway Park welcomes ball lovers, a Freedom Trail invites story buffs to a scavenger hunt of ancestral sites, and Little Italy and Faneuil Hall Marketplace wave to foodies. Visitors can also check out countless breweries or devise their vacation around one of several festivals hold over a summer.’’

(Little Italy? OK, let’s demeanour past that one given they’re being so nice.)

U.S. News World Report says a methodology for transport rankings is to bottom them on an research of consultant and user opinions. “We trust this unprejudiced proceed creates a rankings some-more useful than simply providing a editors’ personal opinions,’’ a website states.

In a press recover from a Greater Boston Convention Visitors Bureau, CEO Patrick Moscaritolo says, “These unusually high outlines and tip rankings didn’t occur by accident. This is a outcome of years of bid by Mayor Walsh, city agencies, a Bureau and a members to position Boston opposite a creation as a unique, cross-cultural, and sparkling end for visitors.’’

Seaside, Ore., and Steamboat Springs, Colo., were ranked second and third best US summer vacation destinations, followed by Nashville, Portland, Ore., and Portland, Maine.

Complete lists can be found during travel.usnews.com/rankings/best-summer-vacations-in-the-usa.

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