Boston is a medieval market town on the Lincolnshire coast. The town has a history that stretches back nearly 1,000 years and boasts some fine 15th century architecture.
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The Lincolnshire town of Boston lies at the junction between three major routes, the A17, the A52 and the A16. Situated on the east coast, the town was once an important medieval trading port.
Among the main attractions for visitors are the Parish Church of St Botolph, after who the town was named. The majority of the church was built in the 14th century, and it's one of the largest in England. Of particular note is the 83-metre church tower, which is the highest of any parish church in the UK. The flat landscape of the Fens means that St Botolph is visible from a great distance.
For residents, the town has a number of amenities and attractions. It's home to two football clubs plus rugby, rowing and swimming clubs. Boston's population of about 36,000 is large enough to ensure that a full range of local services are available, including van hire: