The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Escape - - WHAT’S YOUR BUDGET BOSTON -

If there’s one thing Bos­ton does well, it’s the chang­ing of the sea­sons and a visit dur­ing au­tumn will de­liver scenic sur­rounds in shades of orange, red and gold. “Wit­ness­ing this while ex­plor­ing the rich his­tory of Bos­ton truly gives you one of those great Amer­i­can city ex­pe­ri­ences,” Ho­tels.com mar­ket­ing man­ager David Spaso­vic says. “Some of my favourite spots to check out the chang­ing au­tumn leaves in­clude The Es­planade along the Charles River, the Back Bay area, Bos­ton Com­mon and Arnold Ar­bore­tum, which has a free Fall Foliage Fes­ti­val on the last Sun­day of Oc­to­ber.” To be among the chang­ing leaves, look for ac­com­mo­da­tion in Back Bay, or Down­town Bos­ton for easy ac­cess to nightlife and restau­rants.

“It’s a great walk­ing city, which means you can re­ally stay any­where and still get around very eas­ily,” Spaso­vic says. “Of course, Har­vard Univer­sity is some­thing to ex­pe­ri­ence, and Aus­tralia’s cof­fee cul­ture seems to be mak­ing its mark on the city which is al­ways good news for Aussie trav­ellers need­ing their latte fix.”

* Ho­tel prices valid as of Septem­ber 22, 2017.

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