Bursting with Yankee pride, Boston attracts visitors for its rich past and vibrant present. From Boston Common to Faneuil Hall to Fenway Park, the city is a hub of American history and culture. Buzzing neighborhoods such as the North End, Beacon Hill, and Back Bay mix venerable landmarks and lively street life. On the other side of the Charles River is bustling Cambridge, home of Harvard University and MIT. Wherever you choose to explore, Boston’s locavore restaurants, chic galleries, and tempting shops are all easily accessible on satisfying strolls.
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Back Bay and the South End
In the roster of famous American neighborhoods, the Back Bay stands with New York's Park Avenue and San Francisco's Nob…Learn More >
Beacon Hill, Boston Common, and the Old West End
Past and present home of the old-money elite, contender for the "Most Beautiful" award among the city's neighborhoods, and hallowed…Learn More >
The expansion of Boston in the 1800s was not confined to the Back Bay and the South End. Toward the…Learn More >