Back Bay

Back Bay is one of Boston’s most fashionable neighborhoods. Located just west of downtown, this area is known for its elegant 19th century row houses and high-end shopping on Newbury Street. Back Bay also contains the finish line for the Boston Marathon on Boylston Street. Don’t miss heritage sites like the Boston Public Library and Trinity Church. After exploring, relax in the charming Commonwealth Avenue Mall park or people watch from a patio cafe.

Beacon Hill

With its gas-lit streets, brick sidewalks, and distinguished townhouses, Beacon Hill exudes old world charm. Cobblestone alleys and flowering window boxes add to the neighborhood’s quaint ambience. Located adjacent to the Massachusetts State House, Beacon Hill is home to elite Boston society. Wander down Acorn Street, reputed to be the “most photographed street in America.” Visit trendy Charles Street shops or dine al fresco at a European-style bistro.


Known as the setting for Ben Affleck’s crime drama The Town, Charlestown is located across the Charles River from downtown Boston. This historic waterfront neighborhood surrounds the site of the Battle of Bunker Hill during the Revolutionary War. Climb the nearby Bunker Hill Monument for panoramic city views and check out the USS Constitution, berthed at the Charlestown Navy Yard. After, grab a pint at a local Irish pub.


Boston’s Chinatown is teeming with restaurants, markets, and shops. This vibrant neighborhood boasts traditional Chinese and Vietnamese eateries, herbal shops, and bakeries selling steaming pork buns. Browse the open-air stalls at the Chinatown Gate or relax in the serene Chinese gardens. Don’t miss the colorful parades and celebrations for Lunar New Year. Chinatown is also located next to the lively Theater District.

Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market

Stretch your legs in this bustling marketplace and festival site. Faneuil Hall has been a gathering place for public speeches, debates, and entertainment since 1742. Next door is the vibrant Quincy Market, home to food vendors and merchants offering everything from chowder to handcrafted jewelry. Street performers entertain crowds on weekends. It’s one of Boston’s most popular spots for dining, people watching, and shopping.

North End

Boston’s “Little Italy” captivates visitors with its old-world ambience and mouthwatering cuisine. The North End is known for its delicious Italian restaurants, bakeries, and cafes. Walk off your cannoli strolling the area’s narrow streets lined with red-brick row houses. This charming neighborhood, settled by Italian immigrants, also contains historic sites like the Paul Revere House.

South End

Trendy restaurants and chic art galleries attract hip crowds to the South End. Stroll tree-lined streets lined with ornate bow-front row houses in this diverse, vibrant neighborhood. Check out one of America’s largest Victorian brick row house districts, built in the mid-1800s. Sycamore trees and small parks add greenery throughout this urban escape. Don’t miss SoWa Open Market on summer Sundays.


Located just across the Charles River, Cambridge feels like a separate city from Boston, complete with two prestigious universities – Harvard and MIT. Get a quintessential college town vibe browsing bookstores and boutiques in Harvard Square, or dining al fresco on patio decks. Marvel at Harvard’s historic architecture and stroll through lush Harvard Yard. For great city views, walk across the Longfellow Bridge stretching over the river.

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