Visiting Boston 

The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau, along with the Boston Hospitality Partners are thrilled to welcome the 44th Greek Orthodox Clergy-Laity Congress to Boston. A lot has changed here recently, so be prepared to be introduced to a new Boston. Our Waterfront is booming with restaurants and harbor walks, our museums have expanded and our hotels have renovated. But not to worry, our mix of colonial charm and urban sophistication still shines through making Boston a dynamic site for meetings of all kind. Visit the:


website for a wealth of information about Boston, including:

  • Maps and Official Visitors Guide
  • Airport and Transformation information
  • Dining, entertainment, and recreation ideas
  • and more!

From US News & World Report

#1 in Best Summer Vacations in the USA

Boston is not only a hub for baseball, brownstones and bookish collegiate types. It's also home to many of America's firsts. To say the city is historic would be an understatement, but this wicked smart college town doesn't linger in the past, either. A well-rounded trip to Boston integrates the classic with the contemporary: Split your time between cherished sites like the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall and modern attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. So, yes, come first for the history, but don't miss out on the opportunity to sample the unmistakable Beantown flavor. Read More »

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