One of the East Coast’s biggest little cities and most unique party towns, Boston knows how to work and play hard. In a town famous for its Irish heritage, the beer and whiskey is flowing freely at its many historic public houses and taverns. Set against the backdrop of Colonial history freedom trail, you can visit the old North Church and Paul Revere’s shop in the cobblestone lined North End. From the Boston Tea Party to the “Midnight Ride” of Paul Revere there is amazing history at every turn. Check in at the New England Aquarium. Go watch the Red Sox’s take on the Yankees at Fenway Park. Take a tour of the U.S.S. Constitution in Boston Harbor. Cambridge, home to Harvard and MIT boasts lots of young hip bars for the college crowd. St Patrick’s Day festivities are among the best in the US. Don’t forget to make a stop in Beacon Hill at the original bar from the TV show Cheers, the Bull and Finch Pub, where everybody knows your name. Head over to the bars on Marshall St. and Union St. or to the Bar Room on Broad St, to mingle with more of a local crowd. Don’t forget to sample the lobster and clam chowder that Boston is famous for.