From well-known landmarks to iconic food, New York City and Boston go head to head in our super travel bowl.
<b>Landmark vs. Landmark</b><br> The Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.
<b>Paul Revere Statue</b><br>The Paul Revere statue outside of the Old North Church in Boston’s North End, where the famous "1 if by land, and 2 if by sea" signal was sent.
<b>Driving Challenge vs. Driving Challenge</b><br> The Lincoln Tunnel, which connects New Jersey to Manhattan, is notorious for traffic backups.
<b>One-Way Streets</b><br> Boston’s narrow 1-way streets often make it difficult to maneuver your way across town.
<b>Food vs. Food</b><br> New York-style, thin-crust pizza.
<b>Clam Chowder</b><br>Boston is known for having some of the best clam chowder in New England.
<b>Museum vs. Museum</b><br> The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
<b>Boston's Museum of Fine Arts</b><br>With more than 450,000 works of art, <a href="http://www.mfa.org/" target="_blank">Boston's Museum of Fine Arts</a> is one of the largest museums in the United States. Attracting more than 1 million visitors per year, this museum is one of the most visited art museums in the world.
<b>Shopping vs. Shopping</b><br> Lined with upscale shops, Fifth Avenue in Manhattan is one of the most expensive shopping destinations in the world.
<b>Newbury Street</b><br> Located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, <a href="http://www.newbury-st.com/" target="_blank">Newbury Street</a> has been a trendy shopping spot for Bostonians since the late 1970s.
<b>Transportation vs. Transportation</b><br> The NYC subway.
<b>The T</b><br> Boston’s MBTA, better known as <a href="http://www.mbta.com/" target="_blank">The T</a>.
<b>Park vs. Park</b><br> A city landmark since 1857, Central Park is located in, you guessed it, the center of Manhattan.
<b>Boston Common</b><br>Going all the way back to 1634, the <a href="http://www.cityofboston.gov/parks/emerald/boston_common.asp" target="_blank">Boston Common</a> is the oldest city park in the United States. It consists of 50 acres of land, including the famous “Emerald Necklace” of parks that extends from Common south to Roxbury.
<b>Stadium vs. Stadium</b><br> Metlife Stadium, also known as New Meadowlands, is actually located outside of NYC -- in East Rutherford, NJ.
<b>Stadium vs. Stadium</b><br> Gillette Stadium is located outside of Boston in nearby Foxborough, MA.
<b>Nightlife vs. Nightlife</b><br> The Meatpacking District is known by many as one of the more trendy or "hip" places in New York City for after-dark fun. Places such as club Tenjune, located beneath the upscale restaurant STK, and Plunge, at the Hotel Gansevoort, create endless buzz and good times.
<b>Nightlife vs. Nightlife</b><br> Located right next to Fenway Park, Lansdowne Street has something for every sun-down socializer. Take in a show at the House of Blues; have a pint at Lansdowne Pub; or catch a Sox game from Bleacher Bar.