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Must visit.. lots of restaurants, bars souvenirs and activities all around to see and do.
Full of historical charm and one of the most desired sites of Boston, Quincy market is home to many shops, bars, restaurants, and street performance. Grab a beer at The Bell In Hand Tavern or some classic New England Chowdah and a Lobstah roll at Union Oyster House.
This is arguably the most historic market in Boston. I recommend to get the clam chowder in a bread basket.
offering a variety of shopping, restaurants and street performers there is so much to do in and around the area. Hop on a guided city tour, cross the street to visit the New England Aquarium or walk the Rose Kennedy Greenway. You can spend a whole day in this area.
Shopping center with many stores & restaurants comprising 3 historic market buildings & a promenade.
This old marketplace is a bit commercialized now, but the buildings are still beautiful and it's worth walking around. If you want to eat some great seafood go the The Salty Dog for a meal.
Seriously, save yourself some time. Take a look, but don't waste your time here. It's such a tourist trap.
Historic indoor market serving an endless selection of delicacies to whet your appetite.
Visitors can be forgiven for thinking that Faneuil Hall Marketplace is Faneuil Hall, but it’s not; the marketplace is a complex of buildings which include Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market, all situated around a cobblestone promenade. Restaurants, shops, and buskers make it…
From lobster rolls to chinese food, you'll satisfy every craving you have and will top it off with dessert. Street performers.
If you plan to visit Boston make sure to check out the historic Faneuil Hall. Give yourself plenty of time as it is a walking distance to the North End, Downtown Boston, Seaport and Boston Common.
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“Without a doubt, Boston is a town that takes its sports seriously. Very seriously. From the New England Patriots to the Boston Bruins, from the Boston Celtics to the Boston Red Sox, this is a city of super fans. Of all the venues where sporting events are held though, none can compare to Fenway Park, which locals hold in absolute reverence. The nation’s oldest Major League Baseball ballpark, where the Red Sox have played since 1912, seems like a throwback to more innocent days, where legendary games have played out over the decades. If you can’t make it to a game, excellent tours run year-round and even get you onto the hallowed ground of the field.”
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“The New England Aquarium is a public aquarium located in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to the main aquarium building, attractions at the New England Aquarium include the Simons IMAX Theatre and the New England Aquarium Whale Watch, which operates from April through November. The aquarium has more than 22,000 members and hosts more than 1.3 million visitors each year.”
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“The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts, that passes by 16 locations significant to the history of the United States. Marked largely with brick, it winds between Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown.”
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“This hub for Italian-American culture is one of the more visited neighborhoods in Boston. It’s where you can see historical sites, like Paul Revere’s house, and dine along what feels like European streets. Then, of course, there are all of the Italian restaurants, where locals will argue over whether you can get better cannoli at Mike’s Pastry or Modern Pastry.”
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