Boston is the capital and largest city of the Massachusetts. It is one of the oldest cities of United States. Boston is considered as the economic and cultural hub of the region, and is sometimes regarded as the informal "Capital of New England". Boston city proper had estimated population of 608,352 in 2007, making it the twenty-first biggest city of country. Larger metropolitan area called Greater Boston is home to 4.5 million people. Greater Boston includes parts of Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Maine.
Boston has what may principally be described as amid a humid continental climate and a humid subtropical climate, such as is very regular in coastal southern New England. Summers are characteristically warm and humid, while winters are cold, breezy, and snowy. Customary wind patterns that blow offshore affect Boston, minimizing the pressure of the Atlantic Ocean.
Boston has many public magnets that attract tourists which includes Faneuil Hall marketplace a place where there is fun to dine. The Mapparium which is a stained glass globe you can walk inside it. Harvard Square in Cambridge place to shop and dine, and the Harvard campus is also pleasant to walk throughout. Swan Boats at the Boston Public Gardens, Museum of Science All these places are accessible from the T subway system.
Nearly a third of Bostonians use public transportation for their travel to work. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) operates. It was the first subversive rapid transit system in the United States and is now the fourth busiest speedy transit system in the country. The MBTA also operates the nation's sixth busiest bus system. This bus system is very affordable. The bus staff is also efficient