The Back Bay is a potpourri of brownstones, stylish shops, internationally acclaimed landmarks, and first class eateries. Newbury Street is a great spot to watch people as they stroll down the "Rodeo Drive of the East".
One of Boston's only remaining hills, this neighborhood is a favorite for visitors as it boasts charming cobblestone avenues, gas lamps, antiques shops, and famous landmarks.
Cambridge is its own distinct city, nestled on the other side of the Charles River, and is home to many universities, students, and professors. Divided into squares that each have a unique personality, Cambridge is full of bars, music venues, and bookshops, and boasts a funky neighborhood feel.
Charlestown's environs surround the site of the Battle of Bunker Hill, the Bunker Hill Monument, and the U.S.S. Constitution. Charlestown has borough qualities with one-way streets spilling onto gems like historical burial grounds and old-time pubs.
Shop at nearby Downtown Crossing, grab a few drinks in the Ladder District, or catch a show in Boston's Theater District without worrying if it's too late to dine afterward. Chinatown is not only a close-knit Asian residential community, but also a cultural center.
Boston's "Little Italy" brims with old world cafés, bakeries, and Italian restaurants. Stroll down one of the neighborhood's narrow streets and answer the call of an owner promising the best sauce in town.
Overlooking the waterfront, the Seaport District is a blossoming neighborhood in South Boston. Located near the financial district, the Seaport District holds numerous conferences at the World Trade Center, and is the site of the new Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
This vibrant neighborhood is often called "Southie" and is home to many shops, restaurants and pubs. South Boston features many miles of beach and historical sites such as the JFK museum as well as offering sweeping views of downtown and the inner-harbor. In the late 1800's this area became a favorite of the Irish immigrant population as they made their way up from New York after arriving in the United States via Ellis Island.
The South End is a hotbed of activity, as galleries, posh restaurants, and quaint shops have moved into this area. Here you will find a thriving, diverse population and a refreshing juxtaposition of old and new.