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Top Bars for Tourists in Boston

Traveling to Boston? Get your hands on a Boston Attractions Pass and see as many of the sites in the Hub as your heart desires. And when you want to take a break, relax with a cold pint in one of Boston’s top watering holes. Boston has many places to enjoy a refreshing drink so get ready! If you work up a thirst on a Fenway Park Tour, cool off with a refreshing drink at one of the many fine establishments within walking distance of the iconic ballpark. Although it might be tough to get a seat when the Sox are in town, the bar at Game On! on Landsdowne Street is a great place to grab a drink and recharge your batteries with some tasty pub food. Opened in 2005, this spot is a staple of the Boston sports scene and a great place for out-of-towners to get a true taste of Boston hospitality. Some other good places to visit in the area are the Cask ‘n Flagon, Jillians and Tequila Rain. (Don’t worry, you don’t have to bring an umbrella!) No matter where your trip on the Freedom Trail takes you, it’s likely that all of the exercise will leave you Image of Person, Shop, Indoors, Lamp, Computer Hardware, Monitor, Screen, Desk, Furniture, Table, wanting some liquid refreshment. If you want to relieve your thirst but also keep the history flowing, stop in at Cheers Beacon Hill - formerly the Bull & Finch Pub - and kill two birds with one stone. Bar patrons get a chance to have some libations in the stomping grounds that Sam, Carla and Woody called home while the super-popular TV show was on the air. If you’re hungry, grab a Norm Burger and chow down on two juicy burger patties topped with Muenster cheese, mushrooms, onion rings, lettuce and tomato. There are so many sites you can visit with the Boston Attractions Pass that it’s hard to tell where you might end up. If you can, try to make sure your journey brings you near the TD Garden so you can stop in at Hurricane O’Reilly’s for a drink or two. Located in the heart of the city, this 6800-square-foot bar keeps the spirit of Mardi Gras and the French Quarter alive all year long. There are so many things to do in Boston with the Boston Attractions Pass that you’ll probably have a tough time making up your mind. Luckily the abundance of Boston Tour Packages will make sure you have a chance to do it all and save.

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