Boston's events and festivals calendar is always packed with something to do, no matter what time of the year you plan to take cheap flights to Boston. The culinary wine festival, the Boston Pops concerts, St. Patrick's Day celebrations and sports events like the Red sox season and the Boston Marathon are just a few of the several spectacular events that complement this extremely famous city. Boston is rich in many traditions and Boston's Chinatown remains the hub of the Asian community in the city and for all of New England. Every year natives and tourists avail airline discount and flock at Chinatown to celebrate the Chinese New Year. This is America’s largest Chinese neighborhoods and is located at the rim of the downtown shopping and financial districts. This year Chinatown undergoes one of the most remarkable alterations in the entire city and the Chinatown Main Streets agenda goes on creating many distinctive ways to help promote the neighborhood's viable districts. People all over the world are invited to come, stay, eat and make merry with the all day parade during the Chinese New Year’s at Boston’s China town.
Next, a culinary extravaganza awaits you at Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf, including a rare wine auction and the Anthony Spinazzola Gala. This New England’s premier food and wine festival stretches from the first to the third month, with countless winemaker dinners, variety of wines from all sides on the globe. You will surely not be disappointed if you land here in the first week of February as this is your time to face wonderful surprises like the showcasing of wines at Castello di Ama, wide range of grape varietals at Telmo Rodriguez Wine Co., distinctive wines at Patz & Hall and many more.
The Museum of Afro-American History - in union with the New England Conservatory of Music, will once again celebrate the Black History Month in February. Enhance your holiday at Boston by paying a visit to the Villa Victoria and relish delicious food, dance and music in addition to a variety of concerts by excellent youth and community groups.
Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade
Tourists seeking a fabulous holiday in the city should book flights to Boston in middle of March as this will give them the chance to witness a big celebration; St. Patrick's Day Parade venerating the eviction of British troops from South Boston in 1776. You will be amazed how this city even goes so far as to color the River Charles green in admiration of the day! The first Sunday after this special day sees many marching bands from all over the country adding on to the festive mood.
The March holiday makers are advised to extend their holiday till April as Boston Red Sox' 2012 season will open from Fenway, playing against the Detroit Tigers. Don’t miss The Red Sox endeavoring to win the World Series this year after missing the playoffs in 2010 and 2011!
This is the time of the year when Patriot's Day takes up in the city with re-enactments of Paul Revere's famous ride. It is observed on the third Monday in April offering the opportunity to ring the bell that cautioned the local troops about the advances of British soldiers. Be a part of the Lectures, concerts and road races along with a marathon when the local Athletic Association packs the streets with joggers from Hopkinton to the Back Bay.
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