Nobody wants to travel toward New England during the snowy winter. But as summer shines bright, Kathy Petrino suggests the history-steeped city of Boston for an unforgettable visit. This travel blogger recommends far more than bars and outdoor concerts when the weather warms. Rather, Petrino says a calendar of events beckons Bostonians and visitors outdoors, from charity rooftop events to seasonal and food truck festivals; keep an eye open during your trip for timely occasions. Also check out the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and for more than lazy lounging or feasting, but rather, for its newest amenities of ziplines that soar 220 feet at 30 feet above the ground and offer new harbor views. Kathy Petrino also reminds everyone that, as one of the oldest U.S. cities, Boston celebrates the Fourth of July with flair, from the annual Harborfest to fireworks, colonial reenactments, clambakes and boat cruises. It’s a city for summer visiting for historic buffs and adventurers alike.