Make three neighborhoods part of your Boston travel plan:
- Downtown Boston: Activity abounds in downtown Boston. Walk the waterfront, explore King's Chapel and Faneuil Hall, shop til you drop at Quincy Market and grab a bite and a brew at one of downtown's historic Irish pubs.
- North End: It's easy to see why locals call the North End "Little Italy." Historic brick buildings and cobblestone streets offer an "Old World" feel, and there's an Italian-style restaurant on every corner. Must-see attractions in the neighborhood include Old North Church and Paul Revere House.
- Beacon Hill: Head to Beacon Hill to see one of Boston's oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods. In addition to visiting local shops and restaurants, check out what's happening at Boston Common and the Public Garden.