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Madhav Shastri

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The Great Neighbourhoods of Boston



Catch a ball game at the iconic Fenway Park. Not traveling during baseball season? Not a problem! Fenway offers tours throughout the entire year. If you’re looking for something exciting after hours, check out the House of Blues schedule.


Covering everywhere from the Boston Commons to the Financial District to the ever-growing Seaport district, downtown Boston has everything you could need. Relax in the park before heading towards Fanueil Hall Marketplace, the ocean’s edge, or going on a tour of Harpoon Brewery. Freedom Trail tours and Duck Boat Tours are another great way to see the city

Back Bay

Buyers, beware! You will be tempted to shop till you drop just by walking up and down Newbury St. But not to worry – there is plenty more than stores! Back Bay is known for its boutiques, eateries, brownstone buildings, and the Prudential Center. Walk through and explore one of the most picturesque parts of the city.


Come meet us in the Hahvard Yahd – Cambridge is booming with college students and a wide variety of venues and cultures. Walking through Harvard Square may just make you think you go there! Cambridge also has picture perfect views along the Charles River for a more scenic part of the city.

South Boston & South End

A foodie’s dream, South Boston (known as “Southie”) and the South End are packed with bars and restaurants with some of the city’s top food. Top picks include Lincoln Tavern & Restaurant, Barcelona Wine Bar, and many more for brunch and dinner. When you want a break from eating, take a walk to Castle Island right on the water’s edge or discover unique finds at SoWa market.