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Boston is a historic market town just off the Lincolnshire coastline. Due to the picturesque rivers running through the town centre, Boston was once the second largest port city in Britain. The elegant high street is still steeped in all that history and tradition. Boston also had strong cultural ties to the Netherlands which can be seen across the local architecture, including the wind mills that mark the town’s skyline.
Don’t miss a visit to the impressive local landmark of St. Bosolph’s Church, which is best seen during sunset from one of the town’s many bridges. The town hosts regular markets that are the place to buy fresh, local produce. The Ark Wildlife Park is the perfect location to take kids and experience the outdoors. Boston is also home to numerous sports clubs, leisure facilities, and an arts scene based around the Blackfriars centre.
While Boston is only a short drive from the seaside, the town does not have the best road connections. So if you are lucky enough to be moving to one of the town’s lovely Georgian town houses, make sure you find a removal company with expert local knowledge through reallymoving.
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