Playing Ball at Boston’s Fenway Park

April marks the beginning of the season of the USA’s national pastime, and the players of one of the country’s oldest teams (1901) take the field at Boston‘s historic Fenway Park. The national anthem is played, and the fans packing the stadium rise and sing along, hands on hearts. Then they settle down for a hot dog and soft drink as the first pitch winds up…

Few things are more “Beantown” than an afternoon at this 105-year-old stadium (the oldest Major League ballpark in the USA), and you can come see a game for as little as 11 USD. More than just a fun sporting event, it’s an emotional experience that provides visitors a window into the “American way of life.”

And while there are dozens of major- and minor-league baseball teams and stadiums throughout the United States, there’s something about Boston, an attractive university city that’s one of the country’s most historic and fun, that makes it an especially fantastic place to visit, study, and experience the USA’s quintessential national sport. If you’re between 18 and 30 years old, let Iberia Joven get you to “the Athens of America” with our special discounts. And… batter up!

Photo | Eric Kilby