BOSTON - OCTOBER 10: Sailboats are seen on the Charles River with the boston skyline line in the backround October 10, 2003 in Boston, Massachusetts. The Hancock Tower is on the far Lefthand side. (Photo by William B. Plowman/Getty Images)

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As the state of Massachusetts and City of Boston prepare to re-open 100% on May 29th, Boston is ranked number 19 on U.S. News Travel’s 30 Best Places to Visit in the USA.”

Under their “Why Go To Boston” tab, they explain, “A well-rounded trip to Boston integrates the classic with the contemporary: Split your time between cherished sites like the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall and modern attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Venture to Beacon Hill and you’ll stumble upon the graceful mansions of yore juxtaposed with chic boutiques and innovative hotels. So, yes, come first for the history, but don’t miss out on the opportunity to sample the unmistakable Beantown flavor.”