Super Travel Bowl: New York vs. Boston

From well-known landmarks to iconic food, New York City and Boston go head to head in our super travel bowl.

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Landmark vs. Landmark
The Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island in New York Harbor.

Landmark vs. Landmark

Paul Revere Statue
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.

Driving Challenge vs. Driving Challenge
The Lincoln Tunnel, which connects New Jersey to Manhattan, is notorious for traffic backups.

Driving Challenge vs. Driving Challenge

One-Way Streets
Boston’s narrow 1-way streets often make it difficult to maneuver your way across town.

Food vs. Food
New York-style, thin-crust pizza.

Food vs. Food

Clam Chowder
Boston is known for having some of the best clam chowder in New England.

Museum vs. Museum
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Museum vs. Museum

Boston's Museum of Fine Arts
With more than 450,000 works of art, Boston's Museum of Fine Arts 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.

Shopping vs. Shopping
Lined with upscale shops, Fifth Avenue in Manhattan is one of the most expensive shopping destinations in the world.

Shopping vs. Shopping

Newbury Street
Located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, Newbury Street has been a trendy shopping spot for Bostonians since the late 1970s.

Transportation vs. Transportation
The NYC subway.

Transportation vs. Transportation

The T
Boston’s MBTA, better known as The T.

Park vs. Park
A city landmark since 1857, Central Park is located in, you guessed it, the center of Manhattan.

Park vs. Park

Boston Common
Going all the way back to 1634, the Boston Common 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.

Stadium vs. Stadium
Metlife Stadium, also known as New Meadowlands, is actually located outside of NYC -- in East Rutherford, NJ.

Stadium vs. Stadium
Gillette Stadium is located outside of Boston in nearby Foxborough, MA.

Nightlife vs. Nightlife
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.

Nightlife vs. Nightlife
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.

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