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Boston is a relatively compact city and most of the major places of interest are within walking distance of each other.
- The Duck Tours are one of the most popular tours in and around Boston, showing you the best of Boston with a combined land and sea tour. World War II vehicles take you on a scenic drive around the most famous sites and attractions in the city - and then actually into the Charles River for a delightful harbor cruise.
- The Trolley Tours are small bus-like trams that drive you around the city on a route that encompasses the best known sites and landmarks. An entertaining commentary, crammed with city facts, makes this an enjoyable and most convenient way to get around the city and do some serious sightseeing at the same time.
- Paul Revere House - 19 North Square - Originally built around 1680, this is the oldest home in Boston and is where Paul Revere lived from 1770 until 1800 with his two wives and sixteen children. Its restoration was completed by the Paul Revere Memorial Association in 1908.