All About Boston, Massachusetts
Boston is the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' capital and its most populous city, with a population of 675,647. It is a coastal town that lies on Massachusetts Bay, an Atlantic Ocean’s arm in the northeastern United States, home to many firsts like the first subway system in the US, the first public school in America, and the first social media network too (Facebook).
The city, nicknamed “Beantown” after its popular regional dish from colonial days of beans slow-baked in molasses, is historically abundant and rich in culture. Its streets are filled with energy and endless neighborhood charms. Boston enjoys warm summers and cold, snowy winters, with the weather partly cloudy all year round.
Tourists are attracted to Boston by its varied cultural life, delicious food, and beautiful architecture. It is a city where the old and the new are always in constant conversation. Freedom trail landmarks stand tall alongside renowned performing arts theatres and cutting-edge restaurants, brushing shoulders with the brew masters and trendy nightclubs.
66% of Boston residents are English speakers. Translation services in Boston for various materials by accredited translators can help non-English speaking foreigners get around the city and mingle with its residents easily.