Kathryn Cirrone

Katy Cirrone
Katy Cirrone

  • Katy has lived in New England for her entire life and has called Boston home for nearly 10 years. She has covered the city of Boston for TripSavvy since 2018.
  • She has been exploring New England since she was a little girl and today loves staying up on the latest destinations, restaurants and activities within the Boston area.
  • Katy also travels outside of Boston any chance she gets, whether it’s taking long weekends to California or Colorado, or venturing overseas to Greece, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and more.


Born a Bostonian, Katy has loved the city of Boston since day one. She grew up living in nearby suburbs and then spent many years about an hour north of Boston in Southern New Hampshire, where she lived and went to college. Upon graduating, she moved right back to where she started in Boston. Today, Katy spends her spare time exploring every neighborhood of Boston.

Over the years, Katy started to write about and document her trips, creating itineraries with her top recommendations for every destination she visited. She's written for sites such as Examiner.com, JustLuxe.com, and MoneyInc.com.

Katy has been writing about Boston and New England travel for TripSavvy since 2018. 


Katy holds a master’s degree in Communications and Integrated Marketing Communications from Lasell College and a bachelor’s in Business Administration and Marketing from the University of New Hampshire.

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