America's Most Sports-Crazed Cities

spring flowers in front of the Boston skyline, Massachusetts
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Sarah Lemoncelli

When it comes to cities with rich sports traditions and tailgating, foam-finger-waving locals, Travel + Leisure readers have announced the score.

No. 2 Boston

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With seven championships in 11 years—from the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, and Red Sox—Boston fans have plenty to be proud of. Not that they would gloat—of course not—but Boston locals are also pretty brainy and tech-savvy, according to voters. Sports tourists can explore Fenway (which celebrates its centennial in 2012), or follow in the footsteps of Boston champions by doing a Duck Tour, which every big team has done after bringing home a title since 2000.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

spring flowers in front of the Boston skyline, Massachusetts

America's Most Sports-Crazed Cities

No. 2 Boston

With seven championships in 11 years—from the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, and Red Sox—Boston fans have plenty to be proud of. Not that they would gloat—of course not—but Boston locals are also pretty brainy and tech-savvy, according to voters. Sports tourists can explore Fenway (which celebrates its centennial in 2012), or follow in the footsteps of Boston champions by doing a Duck Tour, which every big team has done after bringing home a title since 2000.

See all the America’s Favorite Cities survey results!

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