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We deliver within 2 business days and charge a flat fee of USD 19.88 custom duties and local taxes included up to 5 items sent to the same delivery address. Beyond 5 items per delivery address, the shipping cost is USD 7.73 per item. If your order is received before 2PM Central European time, your chocolates ship the same day.

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Boston is not only one of the oldest cities in the United States, it is also the best. You can join a Kaplan English school near the legendary Fenway Park, on the campus of Northeastern University, or at Harvard Square, just a few minutes from the world-famous Harvard School with the same name. Boston is a historical and cultural cradle of the United States. Founded by English settlers in the 17th century, it is one of the oldest cities on the continent. It was the scene of the American Revolution and the war of secession that ended the slavery of blacks. It was also the first port of major importance during the industrial era and saw the birth of the first university in the USA. It is a city where each plot of land has a history and where the old one rubs shoulders with modernity in a beautiful harmony. This city is an ancient colony whose people helped found a new country by throwing tea in the ocean. Boston's historical heritage is in itself a good reason to visit the city, which offers not only a beautiful coastal area, but also a pleasant nightlife with a multitude of bars and artistic events, and a young, vibrant and multicultural population, stimulated by the presence of the world's largest universities.

  • Solo Milk ZBar

    Sandy praline and crunchy cookie are drenched in smooth West African milk chocolate to make an unparalleled chocolate bar that is as equally well-suited for sharing on special occasions as it is for satisfying a casual craving. 

  • Pâtes de Fruits

    With a jewel-like appearance and smooth, supple texture, one bite of our Pâtes de Fruits assortment will instantly transport you to the Provence countryside. Because each piece begins with fresh orchard fruit picked at the peak of sweetness, these candies nearly burst with natural cherry, lemon, apple, orange, strawberry, raspberry, and apricot...

  • Pepites

    Valencia almonds are roasted and chopped before being drowned in either Venezuelan and Madagascan blend 70% dark or 40% Ivory Coast milk chocolate to make these intriguing treats. A mouthwatering combination of smooth and crunchy textures, you'll want to keep several boxes on hand for whenever cravings strike.  

  • Nougats

    Prepared using local lavender honey and traditional techniques, each morsel in this assortment features tender and chewy white nougat studded with whole Provence almonds. The result is a heavenly confection destined to thrill anyone on your list.

Chocolate Obsession

Boston’s enthusiasm for chocolate stretches back to the colonial times and the beginning of the cocoa trade itself. From the first known chocolate house in the colonies and the first recognized reference to chocolate in an American newspaper forward to the first hand-operated machine for making chocolate and the first chocolate factory on the continent, Boston has woven itself into the heart of America’s chocolate obsession. Visitors coming to enjoy the city’s historical monuments and world-renowned college campuses, also take time to enjoy local chocolate mice and other sugary confections, alongside other favorites such as chocolate-topped Boston Creme Pie and even impossibly decadent chocolate-covered cannolis. And while Bostonians will always have a soft-spot for local chocolatiers, imported French chocolates are an equally appreciated indulgence. Artisanal details, like zChocolat’s handcrafted wood boxes and time-honored techniques have made them a particular favorite of The City on the Hill, while a commitment to quality ingredients, pure, never blended cocoa butters, and complete avoidance of preservatives satisfy an increased focus on clean eating. Plus, with fast overnight delivery via DHL Express (including package tracking and delivery confirmation) even last minutes gift-giving dilemmas are easily resolved with minimal stress and maximum results.

Gourmet Gifts for Every Holiday

While Puritans banned the celebration of Christmas in Boston for part of the 17th century, the holiday has rebounded into one of Massachusetts's most magical times of year. With an annual tree lighting in Boston Common, seasonal ice skating rinks, and even holiday cruises around the harbor, cold weather is no deterrent for determined holiday merry-makers. Other winter holidays, including Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s Day give added opportunities for Boston’s diverse population to celebrate, and the stretch from Thanksgiving through Christmas is easily one of the busiest shopping seasons of the entire year. Gourmet gifts from zChocolat simplify chocolate delivery by bringing the very best of fine French chocolate direct to your recipient’s doorstep. Whether they prefer dark chocolate ganaches, rich flavorful truffles, creamy almond-studded nougats, or crumbly hazelnut pralines, each recipe has been carefully selected by Master Chocolatier Pascal Caffet to showcase the world’s best chocolate alongside other incredible ingredients. And for extraordinary occasions, innovative options like multiple-assortment treasure troves, oversized chocolate hearts, and even gold leaf-covered chocolates are the ultimate way to pamper someone with a touch of pure French luxury. It’s the perfect gifting solution for everyone from a stressed-out student at Harvard or a special sweetheart in Hyde Park to a valuable corporate client in Beacon Hill or an appreciated family member in Fenway-Kenmore.

Luxury chocolate gifts delivered in Boston

zChocolat, world leader in luxury chocolate gift giving and Pascal Caffet, World Champion Chocolatier have been delivering their high-quality and premium French chocolates in Boston, the United States of America since November 1st 1999 and have always made a grand and lasting impression with gift recipients in Boston. Whether you are shipping to Back Bay, Harvard Square, Brookline, Charlestown or any of the suburbs, zChocolat delivers high-end & exclusive French chocolates within 2 business days and in perfect conditions.

Refined gifts, exclusive and tailor-made

We have a wide selection of personalized chocolate gifts with the name of your recipient including:

  • Chocamandines

    Plump Valencia almonds from Spain have been roasted and drenched in intense Venezuelan and Madagascan blend dark chocolate to form the heart of this nutty confection. But what really sets our chocamandines apart is the Criollo dusting on the outside. Sourced exclusively from the Chuao plantation in Venezuela, Criollo is an intensely rich cocoa powder that...

  • Hearts

    Whimsical heart-shaped morsels are drenched in colorful chocolate coatings to create our most romantic collection ever. Featuring four intriguing recipes, this assortment pairs classic flavors with fanciful exteriors. Rich hazelnut pralines take cover in creamy milk chocolate. Decadent white vanilla ganache hides beneath an unassuming white surface....

  • Calissons d'Aix

    Enjoy the renowned regional flavors of Aix-en-Provence with our world-class Calissons.  Each bite incorporates a delicious blend of almond paste, orange zest, and candied cantaloupe, top coated with a delicate layer of white sugar icing for a treat that is irresistible.

  • Ruby

    Share heavenly gourmet vibes with loved ones with this exquisitely finished mahogany box graced with our entire Numbered Collection. Ruby pairs your Traditional favorites with Exotic recipes like the toasted Dutch sesame seeds in a Valencian caramelized almond praliné of Chocolate n°12 to the evocative flavors of pastries and honey of...

Pascal Caffet

All our chocolates are handmade by our chocolate master Pascal Caffet, World Champion Chocolatier, with zealous adherence to French tradition: no alcohol, no preservatives, no coloring, high cocoa content, low sugar and 100% pure cocoa butter.

Summer packaging

Thankfully, unique temperature sensitive packaging and DHL Express delivery mean connoisseurs of zChocolat’s all-natural, preservative-free confections can enjoy fine French chocolate anywhere in the world. Insulated delivery boxes keep your gift at the perfect temperature while a reflective outer layer provides additional protection from world-famous rays in the United States of America.

zChocolat in Boston

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All our Signature Chocolates can be delivered in Boston and at any time of the year with our summer packaging depending on the season.

We also deliver chocolate gifts in the following places in the United States of America : chocolate delivery in New York - gift delivery in Wilmington

  • Traditional

    The Traditional assortment is an assortment of time-honored flavor combinations prepared with a distinctive zChocolat touch. From a raspberry ganache covered in dark chocolate to a passion fruit caramel blanketed in milk chocolate, it’s a delicious way to experience the essential zChocolat recipes.  Includes pieces 0 to 11 from the Numbered...

  • Noisettines

    Crisp hazelnuts from the south of France are combined with heady Madagascar vanilla, then rolled in 47.5% milk chocolate to create these bite-size morsels. Complete with just a kiss of powdered sugar, our noisettines make an elegant hostess gift or thank you present.

  • Birthday 30-pc

    Spice up the birthday bash with our entire Numbered Collection. This stylish gift brings together our world-renowned Traditional Assortment recipes with our Exotic Assortment flavors from around the world. This is the perfect way to kick off another flavorful year for that special person who will undoubtedly be delighted with a unique and unexpected treat...

  • Exotic

    Travel farther tasting our 4 brand new recipies included in this assortment. With ingredients from around the world, the Exotique assortment is a tantalizing tour of zChocolat’s most uniquely indulgent recipes. Flavors like coconut, lemon, cinnamon, coriander, pistachio, sesame, and violet are expertly paired with classic French chocolate for a...

  • Orangettes

    A smooth dark chocolate exterior gives way to reveal the pleasantly tangy center concealed in each of our Orangettes. Made by gently simmering fresh Corsican orange peels in sugar water before submerging them in premium 70% Venezuelan and Madagascan blend 70% dark chocolate, each bite is a remarkable combination of bright citrus flavor followed by a sweet...

  • Dark Chocolate

    Indulge your dark side with this assembly of zChocolat’s most sophisticated pieces. Each gastronomic gem in this assortment is enveloped in a silky Venezuelan and Madagascan blend 70% dark chocolate couverture combined with exquisitely exotic flavors like velvety Madagascar Bourbon-Vanilla ganache infused with a hint of Provençale...

  • Romantic 12-pc

    Daintily decorated with our latest LOVE sleeve, this romantic assortment of 12 luscious heart-shaped chocolates will melt your recipient's heart instantly as it reveals the Toquade: a delicious white vanilla ganache cloaked in a white exterior, the Suprême: a creamy milk hazelnut praliné, the Mystique: fleur de sel (salty) caramel infused...

  • ZBox 15

    Our signature black-and-white Zbox 15 ballotin features 15 time-honored flavors from our famed Numbered Collection and legendary Z chocolates created by our World Champion Master Chocolatier Pascal Caffet. Savor slow-roasted Piedmont hazelnuts and crunchy visible bits of California almonds blanketed in 40% Ivory Coast milk chocolate couverture from...

The perfect choice for US deliveries

En commandant vos chocolats de France pour une livraison aux Etats-Unis, vous ne paierez aucune taxes aux Etats-Unis car nous avons un bureau en Californie qui se charge du dédouanement de vos chocolats et prend tous les frais à sa charge. Nous avons aussi un numéro local afin que votre destinataire puisse nous contacter gratuitement s'il/elle a des questions concernant nos produits et services : 1.760.338.2511.

Please note that we do not deliver in the United States of America on weekends (Saturdays & Sundays) and the following upcoming holidays:

  • 2019-01-01 New Year's Day
  • 2019-01-02 New Year's Day
  • 2019-01-03 New Year's Day
  • 2019-05-27 Memorial Day
  • 2019-07-04 Independence Day
  • 2019-09-02 Labor Day
  • 2019-11-28 Thanksgiving Day
  • 2019-12-25 Christmas Day
After all, Boston is home to the famous Harvard University, known as an elite institution where several American presidents continued their studies. The charming buildings of its university campus and local art museums are certainly worth a visit. You will also be able to attend a scientific conference at the very famous M. I. T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), alma mater of several Nobel prize-winning scientists. You may want to meet the new generation of jazz musicians or listen to a student recital at the Berklee College of Music, where some of the greatest American musicians have developed their talent.

Not to be missed in Boston:

Visit Harvard University and its campus life

Located in Cambridge on the other side of the river and founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest higher education institution in the USA. His reputation is worldwide and he holds the title of the richest university in the world. A year of study costs a student about US$50,000. They are all carefully selected according to their academic performance. Recognized individuals, such as Nobel Prizes and Presidents, have studied at this institution. After all, Boston is home to the famous Harvard University, known as an elite institution where several American presidents continued their studies. The charming buildings of its university campus and local art museums are certainly worth a visit. You will also be able to attend a scientific conference at the very famous M. I. T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), alma mater of several Nobel prize-winning scientists. You may want to meet the new generation of jazz musicians or listen to a student recital at the Berklee College of Music, where some of the greatest American musicians have developed their talent.

Not to be missed in Boston:

Visit Harvard University and its campus life

Located in Cambridge on the other side of the river and founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest higher education institution in the USA. His reputation is worldwide and he holds the title of the richest university in the world. A year of study costs a student about US$50,000. They are all carefully selected according to their academic performance. Recognized individuals, such as Nobel Prizes and Presidents, have studied at this institution. Walking on these places whose names resonate in such a familiar way remains rather peculiar. Well, it must be said that for old buildings they are very well preserved. Although much of the interior of the buildings is inaccessible to non-residents, it is nonetheless pleasant to move freely between these old red brick buildings, which are inseparable from the architecture of New England. On the site, you will see many students proudly wearing the colours of their school studying, chatting, sitting on benches and even playing in the small green space between the main buildings. The district is also teeming with youth and student culture. You can spend a good time visiting bookshops, small cafés, etc.

Follow the Freedom Trail

Freedom trail is the "must" to do in Boston. It recounts much of the history of the American Revolution and all the significant events that took place in the city. This course, more than pleasant, must absolutely be part of your visit. I won't dwell on it, because I wrote a super complete article with beautiful pictures of the buildings, churches and cemeteries to see on the course. Take a walk along the Freedom Trail and discover the city's monuments and buildings: Massachusetts State House (the big building with a golden dome, it's possible to get inside and see the Representative Room surmounted by a wooden codfish!), cemeteries, Old State House - one of the oldest public buildings in the country, recognizable with the lion and unicorn on the roof, the Italian quarter - the North End. If you're in a hurry or if the weather is bad, stop after this Italian quarter, North End, don't cross the bridge to Charlestown (see the article on this beautiful area), but if you feel like it, you'll see a very nice three-masted ship: the USS Constitution, one of the oldest warships in the world.

Eveningambader at Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is simply a residential neighbourhood. Said like that, it may seem insignificant. But it's not just any one of them. Situated on a hill north of the Boston Common (a few minutes' walk away), it is the most upscale neighbourhood in the city. Beautiful Victorian red brick houses are lined up side by side. Several Black Heritage Trail buildings are located in this historic area. After all, Boston is home to the famous Harvard University, known as an elite institution where several American presidents continued their studies. The charming buildings of its university campus and local art museums are certainly worth a visit. You will also be able to attend a scientific conference at the very famous M. I. T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), alma mater of several Nobel prize-winning scientists. You may want to meet the new generation of jazz musicians or listen to a student recital at the Berklee College of Music, where some of the greatest American musicians have developed their talent.

Not to be missed in Boston:

Visit Harvard University and its campus life

Located in Cambridge on the other side of the river and founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest higher education institution in the USA. His reputation is worldwide and he holds the title of the richest university in the world. A year of study costs a student about US$50,000. They are all carefully selected according to their academic performance. Recognized individuals, such as Nobel Prizes and Presidents, have studied at this institution. Walking on these places whose names resonate in such a familiar way remains rather peculiar. Well, it must be said that for old buildings they are very well preserved. Although much of the interior of the buildings is inaccessible to non-residents, it is nonetheless pleasant to move freely between these old red brick buildings, which are inseparable from the architecture of New England. On the site, you will see many students proudly wearing the colours of their school studying, chatting, sitting on benches and even playing in the small green space between the main buildings. The district is also teeming with youth and student culture. You can spend a good time visiting bookshops, small cafés, etc.

Follow the Freedom Trail

Freedom trail is the "must" to do in Boston. It recounts much of the history of the American Revolution and all the significant events that took place in the city. This course, more than pleasant, must absolutely be part of your visit. I won't dwell on it, because I wrote a super complete article with beautiful pictures of the buildings, churches and cemeteries to see on the course. Take a walk along the Freedom Trail and discover the city's monuments and buildings: Massachusetts State House (the big building with a golden dome, it's possible to get inside and see the Representative Room surmounted by a wooden codfish!), cemeteries, Old State House - one of the oldest public buildings in the country, recognizable with the lion and unicorn on the roof, the Italian quarter - the North End. If you're in a hurry or if the weather is bad, stop after this Italian quarter, North End, don't cross the bridge to Charlestown (see the article on this beautiful area), but if you feel like it, you'll see a very nice three-masted ship: the USS Constitution, one of the oldest warships in the world.

Eveningambader at Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is simply a residential neighbourhood. Said like that, it may seem insignificant. But it's not just any one of them. Situated on a hill north of the Boston Common (a few minutes' walk away), it is the most upscale neighbourhood in the city. Beautiful Victorian red brick houses are lined up side by side. Several Black Heritage Trail buildings are located in this historic area. Come late afternoon to enjoy the beauty of the area before it gets dark. Then, take the time to eat a bite to eat while waiting for the darkness to cover the city. Pizzeria Figs is very popular and its huge and varied pizzas are a real delight. After dark, go back for a walk in its streets. The atmosphere changes completely and the charm works. It's like a Harry Potter book with the English style of houses and hundreds of gas lamps that give the neighbourhood a mystical, muffled and romantic atmosphere.

Back Bay

Enter the Boston Public Library, the patio inside is superb. Stroll around Trinity Church, a 19th century church, next to the immense Hancock Tower, the tallest tower in the city which rises to 241 meters high. Its reflective mirrors do not crush the square, on the contrary, all the buildings reflect it. In the Back Bay area, the large Commonwealth Avenue is pleasant, almost all seasons: it is lined with magnolias that bloom at the end of April, and even in winter, when the trees are naked, the garlands around the trees warm the atmosphere.
If you have time... It's time to heat up the credit card on Newbury street and explore the local stores according to your tastes - Patagonia and North Face (perfect if you want to equip yourself against the cold), Madewell, Pinkyotto or Urban Outfitters (brands you don't have in France). Note that there are no clothing taxes in Massachusetts: shop in Boston instead of New York!

Take a walk in the harbour by the sea (Waterfront)

Boston is a port city, so it's located on the seaside. It was the first port in the United States and is still one of the most important ports on the east coast of the United States. The pleasure is simply to gamble and admire the sea and its boats and smell the smell of it. If you are fond of seafood, it is also the perfect place to eat fish and seafood that are very famous. One of Boston's specialties is its lobster sandwiches, which can be found everywhere in the seafront restaurants.

Eating in Chinatown

It's probably because of my great interest in Asia, but every time I go to a big city, I always visit its Chinatown. The contrast with the immaculate business centres and Chinatowns, often messy, is always striking. I like to walk there. Once the Chinese portal is crossed, it's like changing continents in a matter of seconds. To take a bite, Chinatown is an interesting and affordable place. It can also be used to test more exotic dishes. The one in Boston is small, but it's still interesting and worth the detour.

Boston, Base Ball Country

Boston is famous for its sports teams, especially the Red Sox, the baseball team: it's worth seeing the stadium -eventually a game, and the streets around it are very lively on game nights - and it's also a great place to go out, with bowlings and bars. If you want to book a Boston Red Sox baseball game, this is the place to visit. Get off at Kenmore metro (head up, you will see the very large sign "Citgo", one of the city's emblems, nice at night when its neon lights are flashing). Don't miss Stroll near the stadium, the buildings are huge, the streets very lively. If you have time... Behind the stadium, there is also a large park, the Fenways, with some beautiful museums, such as the MFA, the MFA, or the crazy house of an art collector, Isabella Stewart Gardner.After all, Boston is home to the famous Harvard University, known as an elite institution where several American presidents continued their studies. The charming buildings of its university campus and local art museums are certainly worth a visit. You will also be able to attend a scientific conference at the very famous M. I. T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), alma mater of several Nobel prize-winning scientists. You may want to meet the new generation of jazz musicians or listen to a student recital at the Berklee College of Music, where some of the greatest American musicians have developed their talent.

Not to be missed in Boston:

Visit Harvard University and its campus life

Located in Cambridge on the other side of the river and founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest higher education institution in the USA. His reputation is worldwide and he holds the title of the richest university in the world. A year of study costs a student about US$50,000. They are all carefully selected according to their academic performance. Recognized individuals, such as Nobel Prizes and Presidents, have studied at this institution. Walking on these places whose names resonate in such a familiar way remains rather peculiar. Well, it must be said that for old buildings they are very well preserved. Although much of the interior of the buildings is inaccessible to non-residents, it is nonetheless pleasant to move freely between these old red brick buildings, which are inseparable from the architecture of New England. On the site, you will see many students proudly wearing the colours of their school studying, chatting, sitting on benches and even playing in the small green space between the main buildings. The district is also teeming with youth and student culture. You can spend a good time visiting bookshops, small cafés, etc.

Follow the Freedom Trail

Freedom trail is the "must" to do in Boston. It recounts much of the history of the American Revolution and all the significant events that took place in the city. This course, more than pleasant, must absolutely be part of your visit. I won't dwell on it, because I wrote a super complete article with beautiful pictures of the buildings, churches and cemeteries to see on the course. Take a walk along the Freedom Trail and discover the city's monuments and buildings: Massachusetts State House (the big building with a golden dome, it's possible to get inside and see the Representative Room surmounted by a wooden codfish!), cemeteries, Old State House - one of the oldest public buildings in the country, recognizable with the lion and unicorn on the roof, the Italian quarter - the North End. If you're in a hurry or if the weather is bad, stop after this Italian quarter, North End, don't cross the bridge to Charlestown (see the article on this beautiful area), but if you feel like it, you'll see a very nice three-masted ship: the USS Constitution, one of the oldest warships in the world.

Eveningambader at Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is simply a residential neighbourhood. Said like that, it may seem insignificant. But it's not just any one of them. Situated on a hill north of the Boston Common (a few minutes' walk away), it is the most upscale neighbourhood in the city. Beautiful Victorian red brick houses are lined up side by side. Several Black Heritage Trail buildings are located in this historic area. Come late afternoon to enjoy the beauty of the area before it gets dark. Then, take the time to eat a bite to eat while waiting for the darkness to cover the city. Pizzeria Figs is very popular and its huge and varied pizzas are a real delight. After dark, go back for a walk in its streets. The atmosphere changes completely and the charm works. It's like a Harry Potter book with the English style of houses and hundreds of gas lamps that give the neighbourhood a mystical, muffled and romantic atmosphere.

Back Bay

Enter the Boston Public Library, the patio inside is superb. Stroll around Trinity Church, a 19th century church, next to the immense Hancock Tower, the tallest tower in the city which rises to 241 meters high. Its reflective mirrors do not crush the square, on the contrary, all the buildings reflect it. In the Back Bay area, the large Commonwealth Avenue is pleasant, almost all seasons: it is lined with magnolias that bloom at the end of April, and even in winter, when the trees are naked, the garlands around the trees warm the atmosphere.
If you have time... It's time to heat up the credit card on Newbury street and explore the local stores according to your tastes - Patagonia and North Face (perfect if you want to equip yourself against the cold), Madewell, Pinkyotto or Urban Outfitters (brands you don't have in France). Note that there are no clothing taxes in Massachusetts: shop in Boston instead of New York!

Take a walk in the harbour by the sea (Waterfront)

Boston is a port city, so it's located on the seaside. It was the first port in the United States and is still one of the most important ports on the east coast of the United States. The pleasure is simply to gamble and admire the sea and its boats and smell the smell of it. If you are fond of seafood, it is also the perfect place to eat fish and seafood that are very famous. One of Boston's specialties is its lobster sandwiches, which can be found everywhere in the seafront restaurants.

Eating in Chinatown

It's probably because of my great interest in Asia, but every time I go to a big city, I always visit its Chinatown. The contrast with the immaculate business centres and Chinatowns, often messy, is always striking. I like to walk there. Once the Chinese portal is crossed, it's like changing continents in a matter of seconds. To take a bite, Chinatown is an interesting and affordable place. It can also be used to test more exotic dishes. The one in Boston is small, but it's still interesting and worth the detour.

Boston, Base Ball Country

Boston is famous for its sports teams, especially the Red Sox, the baseball team: it's worth seeing the stadium -eventually a game, and the streets around it are very lively on game nights - and it's also a great place to go out, with bowlings and bars. If you want to book a Boston Red Sox baseball game, this is the place to visit. Get off at Kenmore metro (head up, you will see the very large sign "Citgo", one of the city's emblems, nice at night when its neon lights are flashing). Don't miss Stroll near the stadium, the buildings are huge, the streets very lively. If you have time... Behind the stadium, there is also a large park, the Fenways, with some beautiful museums, such as the MFA, the MFA, or the crazy house of an art collector, Isabella Stewart Gardner. Come late afternoon to enjoy the beauty of the area before it gets dark. Then, take the time to eat a bite to eat while waiting for the darkness to cover the city. Pizzeria Figs is very popular and its huge and varied pizzas are a real delight. After dark, go back for a walk in its streets. The atmosphere changes completely and the charm works. It's like a Harry Potter book with the English style of houses and hundreds of gas lamps that give the neighbourhood a mystical, muffled and romantic atmosphere.

Back Bay

Enter the Boston Public Library, the patio inside is superb. Stroll around Trinity Church, a 19th century church, next to the immense Hancock Tower, the tallest tower in the city which rises to 241 meters high. Its reflective mirrors do not crush the square, on the contrary, all the buildings reflect it. In the Back Bay area, the large Commonwealth Avenue is pleasant, almost all seasons: it is lined with magnolias that bloom at the end of April, and even in winter, when the trees are naked, the garlands around the trees warm the atmosphere.
If you have time... It's time to heat up the credit card on Newbury street and explore the local stores according to your tastes - Patagonia and North Face (perfect if you want to equip yourself against the cold), Madewell, Pinkyotto or Urban Outfitters (brands you don't have in France). Note that there are no clothing taxes in Massachusetts: shop in Boston instead of New York!

Take a walk in the harbour by the sea (Waterfront)

Boston is a port city, so it's located on the seaside. It was the first port in the United States and is still one of the most important ports on the east coast of the United States. The pleasure is simply to gamble and admire the sea and its boats and smell the smell of it. If you are fond of seafood, it is also the perfect place to eat fish and seafood that are very famous. One of Boston's specialties is its lobster sandwiches, which can be found everywhere in the seafront restaurants.

Eating in Chinatown

It's probably because of my great interest in Asia, but every time I go to a big city, I always visit its Chinatown. The contrast with the immaculate business centres and Chinatowns, often messy, is always striking. I like to walk there. Once the Chinese portal is crossed, it's like changing continents in a matter of seconds. To take a bite, Chinatown is an interesting and affordable place. It can also be used to test more exotic dishes. The one in Boston is small, but it's still interesting and worth the detour.

Boston, Base Ball Country

Boston is famous for its sports teams, especially the Red Sox, the baseball team: it's worth seeing the stadium -eventually a game, and the streets around it are very lively on game nights - and it's also a great place to go out, with bowlings and bars. If you want to book a Boston Red Sox baseball game, this is the place to visit. Get off at Kenmore metro (head up, you will see the very large sign "Citgo", one of the city's emblems, nice at night when its neon lights are flashing). Don't miss Stroll near the stadium, the buildings are huge, the streets very lively. If you have time... Behind the stadium, there is also a large park, the Fenways, with some beautiful museums, such as the MFA, the MFA, or the crazy house of an art collector, Isabella Stewart Gardner.
Walking on these places whose names resonate in such a familiar way remains rather peculiar. Well, it must be said that for old buildings they are very well preserved. Although much of the interior of the buildings is inaccessible to non-residents, it is nonetheless pleasant to move freely between these old red brick buildings, which are inseparable from the architecture of New England.
On the site, you will see many students proudly wearing the colours of their school studying, chatting, sitting on benches and even playing in the small green space between the main buildings. The district is also teeming with youth and student culture. You can spend a good time visiting bookshops, small cafés, etc.

Follow the Freedom Trail

Freedom trail is the "must" to do in Boston. It recounts much of the history of the American Revolution and all the significant events that took place in the city. This course, more than pleasant, must absolutely be part of your visit. I won't dwell on it, because I wrote a super complete article with beautiful pictures of the buildings, churches and cemeteries to see on the course. Take a walk along the Freedom Trail and discover the city's monuments and buildings: Massachusetts State House (the big building with a golden dome, it's possible to get inside and see the Representative Room surmounted by a wooden codfish!), cemeteries, Old State House - one of the oldest public buildings in the country, recognizable with the lion and unicorn on the roof, the Italian quarter - the North End. If you're in a hurry or if the weather is bad, stop after this Italian quarter, North End, don't cross the bridge to Charlestown (see the article on this beautiful area), but if you feel like it, you'll see a very nice three-masted ship: the USS Constitution, one of the oldest warships in the world.

Eveningambader at Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is simply a residential neighbourhood. Said like that, it may seem insignificant. But it's not just any one of them. Situated on a hill north of the Boston Common (a few minutes' walk away), it is the most upscale neighbourhood in the city. Beautiful Victorian red brick houses are lined up side by side. Several Black Heritage Trail buildings are located in this historic area. Come late afternoon to enjoy the beauty of the area before it gets dark. Then, take the time to eat a bite to eat while waiting for the darkness to cover the city. Pizzeria Figs is very popular and its huge and varied pizzas are a real delight. After dark, go back for a walk in its streets. The atmosphere changes completely and the charm works. It's like a Harry Potter book with the English style of houses and hundreds of gas lamps that give the neighbourhood a mystical, muffled and romantic atmosphere.

Back Bay

Enter the Boston Public Library, the patio inside is superb. Stroll around Trinity Church, a 19th century church, next to the immense Hancock Tower, the tallest tower in the city which rises to 241 meters high. Its reflective mirrors do not crush the square, on the contrary, all the buildings reflect it. In the Back Bay area, the large Commonwealth Avenue is pleasant, almost all seasons: it is lined with magnolias that bloom at the end of April, and even in winter, when the trees are naked, the garlands around the trees warm the atmosphere.
If you have time... It's time to heat up the credit card on Newbury street and explore the local stores according to your tastes - Patagonia and North Face (perfect if you want to equip yourself against the cold), Madewell, Pinkyotto or Urban Outfitters (brands you don't have in France). Note that there are no clothing taxes in Massachusetts: shop in Boston instead of New York!

Take a walk in the harbour by the sea (Waterfront)

Boston is a port city, so it's located on the seaside. It was the first port in the United States and is still one of the most important ports on the east coast of the United States. The pleasure is simply to gamble and admire the sea and its boats and smell the smell of it. If you are fond of seafood, it is also the perfect place to eat fish and seafood that are very famous. One of Boston's specialties is its lobster sandwiches, which can be found everywhere in the seafront restaurants.

Eating in Chinatown

It's probably because of my great interest in Asia, but every time I go to a big city, I always visit its Chinatown. The contrast with the immaculate business centres and Chinatowns, often messy, is always striking. I like to walk there. Once the Chinese portal is crossed, it's like changing continents in a matter of seconds. To take a bite, Chinatown is an interesting and affordable place. It can also be used to test more exotic dishes. The one in Boston is small, but it's still interesting and worth the detour.

Boston, Base Ball Country

Boston is famous for its sports teams, especially the Red Sox, the baseball team: it's worth seeing the stadium -eventually a game, and the streets around it are very lively on game nights - and it's also a great place to go out, with bowlings and bars. If you want to book a Boston Red Sox baseball game, this is the place to visit. Get off at Kenmore metro (head up, you will see the very large sign "Citgo", one of the city's emblems, nice at night when its neon lights are flashing). Don't miss Stroll near the stadium, the buildings are huge, the streets very lively. If you have time... Behind the stadium, there is also a large park, the Fenways, with some beautiful museums, such as the MFA, the MFA, or the crazy house of an art collector, Isabella Stewart Gardner.