Visit a limousine in Boston

If you only have a day to spare for a short break and you do not want to drive, why not book a limo for a trip to Boston? Not only would you not have to argue with your friends about who the designated driver would be, but you and your friends would make a spectacular trip to Boston.

With a limousine rented in Boston, you and your group of friends will no longer have to worry about anything related to transportation. From driving to looking for the place you want to visit, to parking the vehicle, all this is taken care of by the limousine driver. All you and your group of friends need to do is simply sit back, relax and enjoy the trip.

Start your journey with your limousine friends at Paul Revere House, the oldest house in the city center. The Paul Revere House dates back to the 17th century and between 1770 and 1800, Revere owned this house. It has now become a national historic monument and one of the few remnants of an ancient era in the history of colonial America. In 1800, Paul Revere sold the house which soon became a building and the ground floor was transformed into a store. However, Paul Revere's great-grandson John P. Reynolds Jr. redeemed the building so that it would not be demolished. Funds have been raised over the next few years and the Paul Revere Memorial Association was created to preserve and renovate the building. Until now, the Association ensures the preservation and daily functioning of this national treasure.

Another great architectural building to see is the Church of Arlington Street. Ask your limousine driver to take you to 351 Boylston Street to see this beautiful building. Today, the church of Arlington Street is a perfect example of the architecture of Boston of the nineteenth century. Its location also makes it a popular venue for wedding ceremonies.

After visiting the church of Arlington Street, stop at Fanueil Hall for lunch and shopping. It is said to be in Boston at its best with over 100 of the best shopping and trolleys, with national names and locally owned treasures. From accessories to eyewear to housewares and household items, jewelery, children's and adult clothing, shoes and even toys – you and your limousine friends will have something to buy for you

To relax after shopping, ask your limousine driver to take you to Ruth's Chris Steak House. They are popular with their steaks and, as their founder Ruth Fertel said, "If you've ever eaten such a net, we wish you a safe return." At Ruth's Chris Steak House, you will not find the usual attitude, heavy and tense, that we can find in other steakhouses, as they encourage their guests to feel free laugh out loud and have a good time eating at their steak house.

Finally, after a sumptuous dinner, you and your limousine friends can now return home after a nice day in Boston in the limousine you booked for this trip – with no regrets, is not it?