For those living in rural New England, a getaway to Boston is always a great time.  It's a chance to check out the museums, eat at some great restaurants, have a drink at one of hundreds of bars & nightclubs, and maybe even take in a show or a game.  Plus, there is just something great about the energy of the city.

And if the getaway is just you and your special someone, we can't think of many more romantic places in New England.

The next time you have a chance to visit Boston with your special someone, why not cap off the perfect day with an evening tour of the city?  There really is nothing more spectacular than seeing the city at night.

According to the Airbnb Experience, the tours give you a chance to see the city from the sea and on land.  The tours include a cruise of Boston Harbor, a drive around the city, and a walk through the city's north end.


Some of the historic buildings you'll see on the tour include the Skinny House, Paul Revere Statue & House, George Fountain, and the North End Old Church.

The tours operate most nights and is not seasonal.  The two-hour tour, which happens between 8 PM and 10 PM, costs a very reason $69 per person.  Of course, you should keep in mind that the host may choose to increase the price at any time.

Sound like a fun way to spend an evening with your special someone?  You can get more details and schedule your tour by clicking HERE.

Check out this cool drone video of Boston:

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