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Car Hire in Boston from Naniko

Boston being the metropolis of Massachusetts is amongst the most substantial cultured centers in the United States. Striking fact is that in the city and the surrounding area for more than 50 universities, among which the most famous Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard.

All the advantages of a auto rental from Naniko at your disposal when traveling to Boston!

  • In the US, laws, rules of the road, speed limits and penalties vary by state. In most events, they may be idem, but, to be sure, better to recheck in a particular state.
  • Pay attention to the standards of alcohol using while driving. Strongly recommended do not sit behind the wheel drunk. The restriction is 0.08% and, in occasion of detention in a drunken condition, the license can be revoked immediately.
  • Be alert to signs of limiting speed, is usually marked on the white panel in black letters. On most routes range from 55 miles per hour to 75 miles per hour. In urban areas the limit may be 25 – 45 miles per hour.
  • Surcharges for over speed is from an average of $ 150 to $ 400, depending on violation.

To feel the atmosphere of European-style charm of this city, certainly to visit the neighborhood of Back Bay and Beacon Hill, where are the predominant red brick edifices and shops and spacious parks in the city core. Boston is a paradise for lovers of culture for its fertility of museums and galleries of art.

Do not miss the spectacle of games of sports stars in Boston, move easily and comfortably by vehicle rented from Naniko!

The city is best represented by the Freedom Trail, a 4-kilometer itinerary, which was created especially for tourists, and walk along which will allow you to see all the major historical and artistic sites. The route starts from the Government House and goes to the Old Corner Book Store and Old State House.

Among the oldest districts of Boston should be noted North End, also famed as Little Italy, given the overwhelming of presence of Italians. Past of this quarter is also associated with Jewish history, where on the buildings can still see inscriptions that in 1919 North End became infamous for an incident at a sugar factory, when an explosion of molasses tank were killed 21 people and the city was flooded with eight million liters of sweetener.

Of course, no one will miss the opportunity to visit the region of dignify Cambridge, was named after of the famous university in England, and that is the cradle of the greatest minds of the country. Here are MIT and Harvard, the two most important Universities in the world that nurtured great personalities and American presidents.