5 Ways to Embrace Spring in the Belmont-Boston Area

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5 Ways to Embrace Spring in the Belmont-Boston Area

Posted by Lynch Pin on 04/25/16

You would be hard pressed to name a better place to be when spring begins to bloom than in the wonderful city of Boston and its surrounding communities.

Fortunately for incoming residents of the Royal Belmont — a pristine, new luxury apartment building, a stone’s throw from Harvard — they’ll find their home in Belmont, Boston’s most exciting suburb. Just a 15-minute ride on the Fitchburg Line to Downtown Boston, it’s really kind of part of the city itself.

So, of course, in addition to featuring endless incredible features such as a pool with cabanas, a Club Room with private dining, 298 one-of-a-kind modern luxury apartments, furnished executive suites, a yoga room on site and so much more, the Royal Belmont has found its home in a truly charming location.

So Belmont residents, future residents and friends — you’re in luck. There’s plenty to do, see and experience around town as the temperatures begin to rise. Here are five to get you started:

  1. Walk along the Charles River

It doesn’t get any more obvious than this. It’s easily one of our favorite ways to welcome the best time of year, with gorgeous views, that river scent and a healthy dose of exercise all in one. The Charles River Reservation is a must-visit for anyone interested.

  1. Watch the Red Sox sweep the Yankees at home

On April 29, April 30 and May 1, the Yankees come to Fenway for a good old-fashioned brawl. Not only are the tickets reasonably priced, but also the ballpark is only a brief 20-minute drive from the luxurious Royal Belmont.

  1. See a show on Massachusetts Avenue

Massachusetts Avenue is where you’ll find all the most hip and groovy shows this spring. Between spots like the Cantab Lounge, The Middle East and the Plough & Stars, you’re looking at everything from open mics to dancing and more.

  1. Tour the river via boat

Can’t get enough of that river come springtime? This spring, you’re not just walking alongside it; you’re actually getting in. Well, in a boat of course. Doing so is an excellent way to see the city while welcoming a cool river breeze. Check out the Charles Riverboat Company tour schedule here.

  1. Eat, shop and play at the Quincy Market

Quincy Market is as fun for locals as it is for tourists. With 50 shops, 14 restaurants and 40 food court stops, you could find yourself caught up here all day long, weather permitting. Check out the full map here.

It’s gearing up to be one of the best springs yet for Boston, Belmont, Cambridge and every other surrounding area. Join as we prepare for all of the ensuing in the luxury real estate at the Royal Belmont — the perfect and most convenient place to enjoy it all.