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Boston is one of the best cities to live in when you have an active lifestyle. If you like to stay fit and enjoy living in a luxury, high-end residential community, then 30 Dalton should be at the top of your list of places to call home in Boston. The gym at 30 Dalton is on the top floors with killer views, but sometimes you just need to get some fresh air. Whether you plan to get outdoors for exercise, or already enjoy keeping in shape by walking, jogging or running outside, you will find the best places to jog in the Back Bay.
Since Boston hosts the Boston Marathon, you can train for it by following the marathon route. You can find the course map here, but you don’t have to follow the entire route. Pick a particular section to jog for a few weeks and then gradually increase your health and fitness goals by conquering more miles along the route.
The Back Bay is a highly sought-after locale for its residents because of the unique places to shop, the architecture of the historical homes, and the trendy and delicious restaurants. Jog down the celebrated streets, such as Newbury, Boylston Street and Commonwealth Avenue to spot famous visitors to the city and explore the intriguing vendors.
Go for a run past many of the famous landmarks in this city, such as the Prudential Center, the Boston Public Library, the John Hancock Tower or the awe-inspiring Trinity Church. There’s nothing like a workout that takes you in the footsteps of historical figures such as John Adams, John Hancock and so many more.
Jogging at one of the many parks in Back Bay allows you to revel in the beauty of nature and work on your fitness routine. Parks that display public art that you can feast your eyes on while getting fit include Copley Square, the Public Garden and Oak Square. Other crowd-pleasing parks in the Boston area include: The Charles River Esplanade, the Back Bay Fens, and the Commonwealth Avenue Mall.
After a busy day of work or play, going home to a luxury apartment that is situated among fine restaurants, eclectic shopping venues and picturesque parks is a heavenly experience. You will find all these amenities and much more when you call one of the palatial apartments at 30 Dalton home.