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  • 1. Harvard Square

    Harvard Square | Plaza/Square/Piazza

    Tides of students, tourists, political-cause proponents, and bizarre street creatures are all part of the nonstop pedestrian flow at this most...Read More

  • 2. Acorn Street

    Beacon Hill | Neighborhood/Street

    Surely the most photographed street in the city, Acorn is Ye Olde Colonial Boston at its best. Leave the car behind, as the cobblestone street...Read More

  • 3. Bay Village

    South End | Neighborhood/Street

    This pocket of early-19th-century brick row houses, near Arlington and Piedmont streets, is a fine, mellow neighborhood (Edgar Allan Poe was...Read More

  • 4. Beacon Street

    Beacon Hill | Building/Architectural Site

    Some New Englanders believe that wealth is a burden to be borne with a minimum of display. Happily, the early residents of Beacon Street were...Read More

  • 5. Blackstone Block

    North End | Neighborhood/Street

    Between North and Hanover streets, near the Haymarket, lies the Blackstone Block, now visited mostly for its culinary landmark the Union Oyster...Read More

  • 6. Boylston Street

    Back Bay | Neighborhood/Street

    Less posh than Newbury Street, this broad thoroughfare is the southern commercial spine of the Back Bay, lined with interesting restaurants...Read More

  • 7. Charles Street

    Beacon Hill | Neighborhood/Street

    Chockablock with antiques shops, clothing boutiques, small restaurants, and flower shops, Charles Street more than makes up for the general...Read More

  • 8. Chestnut Street

    Beacon Hill | Neighborhood/Street

    Delicacy and grace characterize virtually every structure on this street, from the fanlights above the entryways to the wrought-iron boot scrapers...Read More

  • 9. Chinatown

    Chinatown | Neighborhood/Street

    Boston's Chinatown may seem small, but it's said to be the third largest in the United States, after those in San Francisco and Manhattan. Beginning...Read More

  • 10. Hanover Street

    North End | Neighborhood/Street

    This is the North End's main thoroughfare, along with the smaller and narrower Salem Street. It was named for the ruling dynasty of 18th- and...Read More

  • 11. John F. Kennedy National Historic Site

    Museum/Gallery

    This was the home of the 35th president from his birth on May 29, 1917, until 1921, when the family moved to nearby Naples and Abbottsford streets...Read More

  • 12. Kenmore Square

    The Fenway | Neighborhood/Street

    Two blocks north of Fenway Park is Kenmore Square, where you'll find shops, restaurants, and the city's iconic sign advertising Citgo gasoline...Read More

  • 13. Leather District

    Downtown | Neighborhood/Street

    Opposite South Station and inside the angle formed by Kneeland Street and Atlantic Avenue is a corner of Downtown that has been relatively untouched...Read More

  • 14. Louisburg Square

    Beacon Hill | Plaza/Square/Piazza

    One of Beacon Hill's most charming corners, Louisburg Square (proper Bostonians always pronounce the "s") was an 1840s model for a town-house...Read More

  • 15. Mt. Vernon Street

    Beacon Hill | Neighborhood/Street

    Mt. Vernon Street, along with Chestnut Street, has some of Beacon Hill's most distinguished addresses. Mt. Vernon is the grander of the two...Read More

  • 16. Newbury Street

    Back Bay | Neighborhood/Street

    Eight-block-long Newbury Street has been compared to New York's 5th Avenue, and certainly this is the city's poshest shopping area, with branches...Read More

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  • 17. Salem Street

    North End | Neighborhood/Street

    This ancient and constricted thoroughfare, one of the two main North End streets, cuts through the heart of the neighborhood and runs parallel...Read More

  • 18. State Street

    Downtown | Neighborhood/Street

    During the 19th century State Street was headquarters for banks, brokerages, and insurance firms; although these businesses have spread throughout...Read More

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