The grand boulevards and quainter side streets of these historic neighborhoods are quintessential Boston. With architects like Charles Bullfinch having had such an important influence on the city’s design, back in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, it’s no wonder European visitors today often comment that this area reminds them of home.


Elegant row houses line leafy streets, with magical small front gardens that sit behind wrought iron fences, meant to be admired by the many who walk on brick paved sidewalks. And when the Magnolia trees blossom in the spring, and the tulip beds are in showy blooming in the Public Garden, the throngs venture into the city from the suburbs to experience the big city at its most enchanting.





Back Bay

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Beacon Hill

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The Boston Region

Boston

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The Boston Region

Cambridge

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The Boston Region

Somerville

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