Boston, is a great place to spend a few days relaxing. It is one of the oldest cities in the USA and the capital of Massachusetts. The town has seen several major incidents in its history including the Boston Tea Party in 1773 and the Boston Massacre in 1770.Made up of neighbourhoods, each with their own unique culture, there are many things to see and do in Boston. Dorchester is the largest neighbourhood with a mixture of ethnic restaurants and shops. Franklin Park is a large (2 sq kms) area with one of the oldest zoos in North America. Back Bay has avenues lined with designer shops and vintage houses, so a very desireable place to live. John Hancock tower is the tallest building in Boston and stands at 790 ft(241 m).Chinatown is the third largest in the US and one of the most densely populated areas of Boston. In August they hold the August Moon Festival where the children carry brightly lit coloured lanterns and spectators get to eat Moon Cakes, sweet cakes with a hidden message inside.North End was home to Paul Revere and the most historic of Boston's neighbourhoods. The main culture in this area is Italian with some wonderful restaurants where you can enjoy authentic Italian cuisine. Christopher Columbus Park offers musical entertainment during the summer months or just a tranquil place to enjoy an afternoon stroll.There are 22 neighbourhoods in all, so you won't ever get bored in Boston. What are your favourite places to visit in Boston?