Jessica Polizzotti, Boston Local Expert

About Jessica

Born and raised in Boston, Jessica knows her city like the back of her hand.  Always looking to uncover something new, Jessica keeps up on the latest and greatest Boston offerings. 

Although Jessica has been a world traveler since her teens, her favorite trip may always be her Italian honeymoon. 

Living in a city that allows her to experience a change in seasons equals an opportunity to enjoy a shift in activities. As the old New England cliché says, “If you don’t like the weather, just wait a minute.” 

Special Interests

Jessica knows a lot about:

  • Family Travel & Lifestyle
  • Exploring New England
  • Beach & Ski Trips

Jessica's Special Recommendations for Boston

Jessica says, "Don't leave Boston without enjoying a stroll along one of Boston's waterways, sampling the seafood, and taking in a bit of history."

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Jessica's City Guides


10Best Lists by Jessica Polizzotti

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Happy Hour

Happy hour is the happiest hour of the day, and not just for the flock of white collar workers who leave Boston offices as soon as the clock strikes five, but also for tourists, students, the blue collar crowd,...

 

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Luxury Hotels

Settle into a luxury hotel and get comfortably settled while enjoying the many amenities at your disposal. With hotels as lavish as can be found in the heart of Boston, you'll be able to satisfy the needs for...

 

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Attractions near Boston Convention Center

Boston's Convention and Exhibition Center is ideally located in the Seaport District. Here, restaurants rule the scene, but many of Boston's must see attractions also live close by. Put on your walking shoes and...

 

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Walking Tours

Walking is the best way to make the most of sightseeing in Boston; as a walkable city you can cover a great deal of ground in a single day. Filled with narrow roads dense with history, there is much to be missed...