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Harvard Square

Cambridge, MA 02129

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"Public sparkling happens in what's called the pit of Harvard Square, which is the central area encompassing the T station."  See More

"If you are staying in Cambridge hotel your main choice is probably Harvard Square, which is lively and has a lot of street activity."  See More

"Plenty of decent food on a student's budget in Harvard Square."  See More

"You can also visit Harvard Square or take a quick trip (less than 10 minutes!"  See More

"Harvard University and Harvard Square"  See More

"There is a fabulous Italian restaurant called Giulia on Mass Ave right outside of Harvard Square."  See More

"Boston is a very lively and walkable city and I'm sure you're going to like it! For starters do the Freedom Trail which takes you through the most important sites associated with the start of the American Revolution. Plus you're going to see most of downtown Boston and the North End in that way! Beacon Hill is lovely for a walk (and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston. Definitely check out Acorn St which is said to be the most photographed street in the US. Relevant posts here: /"  See More

"I've heard the Peter Pan bus or the china-town bus is the cheapest way to make the trip (."  See More

"Harvard Square to Park Street in 8 minutes."  See More

"Then I might head over to Harvard Square to wander through Harvard Yard and see the University."  See More

"Harvard Square has some nice boutiques, cafes, and bars."  See More

"For music head to The Sinclair in Harvard Square (amazing food and drinks too), Middle East Corner on Mass Ave in Cambridge, Orpheum Theater, Brighton Music Hall (Brighton/Allston is a young hipster scene with good bars and small but fun music venues."  See More

"Newbury Street and Harvard Square are two of the best places for boutique shopping in Boston."  See More

"Take the Red Line to Harvard Square in Cambridge and walk around the campus."  See More

"Visit Harvard University and Harvard Square."  See More

"After you've seen all of Boston proper, ride a bike over the water to Harvard Square where there are some cool historical attractions and an amazing farm-to-table restaurant, Henrietta's Table."  See More

"I really like The Charles Hotel, located right in Harvard Square."  See More








   
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