Engineered for the World: Boston Tested

Home of championship sports teams, a few great schools, revolutionary history, the definitive Marathon, and yours truly, Boston packs a lot of attitude into a walkable landscape that’s best enjoyed in summer.

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Start your day in Back Bay. We recommend breakfast at Trident Booksellers on Newbury Street (get the stuffed ricotta lemon blueberry french toast), right across the street from Ministry of Supply. Stroll down the street, or hop on the T to make it to your meetings on time.

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If you find yourself near South Station at lunch time, don’t miss the food trucks at Dewey Square. The farmer’s market on summer Tuesdays is also an excellent source of local treats and gifts to bring home. If you stay for the weekend, the whole scene can be found in the South End, along with artist open studios and more.

After the workday, hop on a bike or go for a run along the Charles River Esplanade, where you can also find free outdoor concerts and movies during the summer. You’ll run past MIT, where it all started; and you can check out the Museum of Science, where the WGBH Innovation Hub features exhibits on innovative Boston businesses.

Whatever you get up to in Boston, let us know when you’re in town. We’d love to meet you and show you around the city.

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