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Boise is the capital of Idaho and a spectacular travel destination. There is no shortage of things to do, see, and explore throughout the city. One of the city’s defining features is its many parks, gardens, and green spaces throughout. You’ll find an abundance of trendy eateries, hipster cafés, museums, shopping districts, bars, breweries, wineries, and more! Whether you’ll be traveling alone, as a couple, or with friends or family, you’ll have no shortage of fun activities to enjoy in this Idaho gem.Finding your perfect vacation rental in Boise
Boise offers a variety of different styles of vacation rentals throughout the city. Whether you prefer to stay closer to one of the city’s many green areas, or closer to downtown, there are plenty of options to choose from. Families and large groups can opt for an oversized vacation rental with plenty of rooms to sleep everyone. Couples and small groups can book a cozy, charming vacation rental, complete with a garden and front porch. If you’ll be visiting during the summer months, you can book a rental with your own private pool to splash around in. Nearly all the rentals in this area come equipped with all the modern conveniences and comforts you could ever need, like high-speed internet, thoughtfully decorated interiors, spacious kitchens, and more!
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The area and getting around
Boise is served by Boise Airport, which is just 3 miles outside Downtown Boise. You can reach the downtown area by taxi, bus, or car. There are several car rental companies available at the airport.Idaho’s most walkable and bike-able city
Idaho is wonderfully bike-friendly. Nearly all of the city, including parks, and main points of interest, can be reached by bike. There are several kiosks throughout the city where you can rent a bike, as well as bike rental companies. If you like walking, you can easily walk to nearly all the main attractions as well. The downtown area, including nearly all the top-rated shops, restaurants, museums, cafés, parks, and more, can also be reached on foot.
Travelers and activities
Boise is filled with fun activities for families of all ages. Head over to the Aquarium of Boise, which features several hands-on interactive tanks. Kids can look at, and even touch, an array of sea creatures, including sharks, crabs, and rays. There’s also a giant octopus tank, a shark nursery, and a coral reef habitat. The Discovery Center of Idaho is also a fun place for the whole family to enjoy. This interactive science center features over 200 exhibits, including a bubble wall, a turbulent orb, and a centripetal wheel. There are also special programs for young children.Boise for couples
There is no shortage of unique activities for couples to enjoy together in Boise. Head to the Idaho Botanical Garden, which spans nearly 50 acres of land. There are several gardens throughout the grounds, including an English garden, a cactus garden, an alpine garden, and several unique flower species throughout. If you want to chill out at a fun, hipster café, head to The District Coffee House for delicious coffee and house-baked goods. For a nice dinner date, dine at Fork. Their seating areas feature beautiful string-lights and ambient decor. Many of their menu items are prepared from locally sourced produce.
Boise is known as “The City of Trees!” This nickname came from the earliest settlers, before it was even a city because of the thick, green forests that encompassed the area.
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This stunning park stretches along the Boise River for nearly 25 miles. It’s full of wildlife, trees, scenic views of surrounding natural area, walking trails, birding trails, and biking trails. It’s a great area for families, couples, or nature enthusiasts to explore year-round!2. Browse the Capital City Public Market
Capital City Public Market is an open-air market that occupies four city blocks. It is home to over 150 vendors selling local produce, food, handicrafts, fish, meat, and home baked goods. Spend an afternoon with your partner or your family perusing the vendors and sampling unique finds!3. Visit the Boise Art Museum
This contemporary art museum dates back to 1938 and features several temporary exhibits, permanent collections, and a variety of displays. Visit the sculpture wing, browse the museum store, and attend one of their regular special events.4. Explore the city on electric bikes!
Buzzing around the city on electric bikes is an excellent way to explore all that Boise has to offer. There are plenty of electric bike companies where you can rent electric bikes for the day. Regular bikes would do the trick too, but electric bikes just make the experience that much more memorable. Plus, since you can get around a little bit faster on an electric bike, you’ll get to save time and see more!5. Taste your way through Idaho wine country
Many visitors don’t realize that Idaho has its very own wine region, and that’s what makes it even more special. Snake River Valley, right outside of Boise, is home to four spectacular wineries. Try a flight of the local wines and stroll through the stunning vineyards. You can visit them all in a day!
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Boise
We can see from our data that Boise has an average price of $247.27 per night, a relatively high one for a city in the USA.
After analyzing our data from last year, the months with the cheapest prices in Boise are June, July and March, with average prices of $211.76, $229.38, and $230.3, respectively.
Following the data observed in 2020, costs per night for accommodation here are usually higher, on average, during the months of January ($267.29), May ($262.41), and October ($260.31).
It is better to book sooner than later in Boise as only 15% of the properties remain free throughout the year, according to our 2020 data.
January, April and May are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of accommodations available, with respective average availability figures of 39%, 28.75%, and 28.6%.
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Boise are, in order, October (with 3.4% of available rentals), August (4.2%), and July (4.25%).
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