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A  R A Brooks and 7 others answered · August 07, 2017

Boston: Weekend in Boston

Hi, Beatrice, Boston​ is a magnificent walking city, full of history and interesting architecture, so it is great fun to explore its neighborhoods on foot, including (as mentioned below) the North End​ (Italian), as well as the... See More

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A  Susan Hoye and 3 others answered · April 10, 2017

Boston: North End vs Charlestown

The North End​ is it for you. So much to see and enjoy, the Greenway Court​ will be right outside your door. It's a no brainer.    Depending on where you're going in Chelsea (Massachusetts), you might... See More

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A  Claire Wood and 8 others answered · December 28, 2015

Boston: Parking

I would not bother with a car at all.  If flying in, catch the T at  Boston Logan International Airport​ and you can be anywhere in the city in no time, including Cambridge (Massachusetts)​, Somerville​and all... See More

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A  R A Brooks and 7 others answered · September 15, 2015

Boston: First time to Boston - what can't I miss?

Boston​ had an incredible history during the American Revolution and through its development.  If you like small-group walking tours with well-trained local guides, check out, a 40-year old non-profit.  They do tours of the major neighborhoods,... See More

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A  Anna Giannarou and 8 others answered · August 25, 2015

Boston: What are the can't miss things to do in Boston?

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 More

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A  Daniel Cruse and 5 others answered · July 20, 2015

Boston: What are 5 things Boston is known for?

1.) History - it's everywhere. You can't really avoid the Freedom Trail and stumbling on neighborhoods that are hundreds of years old. Beacon Hill​ is one of these neighborhoods, as is the North End​ (Italian neighborhood).... See More

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A  Teagan O'Sullivan and 4 others answered · June 18, 2015

Boston: Boston this weekend- what are the best new restaurants & events in town?

I would suggest going to the North End​, and you have many choices in front of you. There is a nice cafe called Caffe Vittoria​ on Hanover Street which is pretty and traditional and vintage, with good pastries and coffee. See More

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A  Katherine Bolin and 4 others answered · May 29, 2015

Boston: What are the most popular neighborhoods in Boston?

North End​- Italian neighborhood, known for its pasta and seafood restaurants and pastries (i.e. Mike's Pastry​ and Modern Pastry​). It's also a historic area and home to both the Old North Church​... See More

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A  Krista Gray and 5 others answered · May 24, 2015

New York City: Day Trip: NYC to Boston

Hi Peter, I highly recommend spending at least one night if you're traveling from NYC to Boston as the transportation alone is about 4 hours each way. I think the train is your best bet for transportation, though I've taken both the Bolt and Fung-wah buses and... See More

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A  Krista Gray and 6 others answered · May 21, 2015

Boston: Free things to do in Boston?

I miss Boston so much! You're lucky to be visiting soon. Here are a few suggestions for sights to see/things to do that won't break the bank: Visit the North End​. Treat yourself to a slice of pizza or cannoli at Mike's Pastry​... See More

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