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Frequently Asked Questions
Is renting a vacation home in Boise expensive?
Accommodation in Boise cost from $64 per night.
Is there a wide selection of vacation rentals in Boise?
You can find 2,371 available vacation rentals in Boise.
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Boise, Idaho’s bustling capital city, is home to well over 200,000 residents. It is both urban and rustic; the Pacific Northwest’s third largest metropolitan area is situated at the base of the Rocky Mountain foothills on a flat plain. The “City of Trees” may have gotten its name from French-speaking settlers who happened upon the Boise River and noted, in French, how wooded the area was. Today, Boise retains much of its rural charm and has great access to outdoor activities. Travelers will be pleasantly surprised by up-and-coming restaurants, fun events, and many shopping opportunities.
Things to do in Boise
Foodies will love the restaurants and breweries that Boise has to offer. Check out Payette Brewing Company, voted “Best Local Brewery of 2015,” by Boise Weekly. For vegan and gluten-free options, try the Wild Root Café & Market. Its menu rotates often, so you’re sure to find something to your taste. Stop by Bleubird for top-rated sandwiches and salads. Try your hand at glass blowing at Boise Art Glass. Classes are available for newcomers to this creative venture, accompanied by a gallery and shop. Other shopping includes several weekend farmer’s market and a modern mall called Boise Town Square. Boise is a vibrant community that offers many seasonal events. In the summer, be sure to check out the Alive After Five concert series, which is a free event at the Basque Block, an outdoor venue. Christmas celebrations begin immediately after Thanksgiving with a tree lighting ceremony and include parades, carriage rides, charity drives, and winter concerts! Many events are geared towards families, so there is sure to be something fun for every member of your family.
Day Trips from Boise
For an adventurous activity that the whole family is sure to enjoy, take a 45-minute drive up to Horseshoe Bend. There you will find companies that offer guided whitewater rafting tours, zip lining, and a scenic train ride on the Thunder Mountain Line. There are also many festivals here, including a banjo festival in May and the National Senior Pro Rodeo in June. Boise National Forest offers many opportunities for camping, hiking, horseback riding, cabin rentals, and more. This area, controlled by the U.S. Forest Service, is rich with flora and fauna. Historically, this area was mined for its gold, and gold mining tours are available today! McCall, a resort town two hours north of Boise, is a wonderful town offering many options for outdoor recreation. There are several hot springs here, providing travelers relaxation and rejuvenation at any time of year. There are also several ski resorts, opportunities for snowshoeing, tubing, and Nordic skiing, and even a winter carnival! This is truly a destination for all seasons.
Accommodation in Boise
Search the huge inventory on Tripping.com for the perfect rental for your trip to Boise. There are over 350 vacation rentals posted that will accommodate every type of traveler. Many properties are close to downtown Boise, perfect for a short trip to a restaurant or bar.
Transportation in Boise
Boise has its own airport, and many airlines offer direct flights from cities on the West Coast. Once you arrive, there is a comprehensive parks and trail system that connects everything that Boise has to offer.