Common Park is the oldest park in the city of Boston, established in 1634, and is a perfect place to relax, play sports or sunbath, as you can see in the picture. It is in the heart of town, bordering on its east side Boston Charles.
Next to Boston Common is the Public Garden, which is a park with a pond that divides it into two. During the summer months you can rent a boat shaped like a swan and paddle through the water. In the park, there is a striking
Back Bay Fens Park is one of the green areas that make up the Emerald Necklace, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted to give Bostonians a ring of green areas in which to relax, walk, jog and generally enjoy nature. The Emerald Necklace
The Memorial Garden is a garden behind the church on Salem Street. Long rows of plaques are inscribed with the names of the dead, and you'll feel the emotional impact as you walk around and see the fresh flowers.