What started out as a swampland nearly 200 years ago, is now a bustling neighborhood filled with endless things to do; from shopping at big-shot designer boutiques and small indie shops alike, adoring historical features this district lays out at the top of the Prudential Center, eating your fill at dazzling restaurants, down to having a quiet peaceful read at the quaint Boston Public Library. This centrally-located community will keep you occupied for days just by exploring a chunk of it. Check also our guide for the best rental websites in Boston
Recreational time will never be the same. Frequently packed by class-groups, tourists, and businessmen, this history-packed district will keep you busy adorning every inch of the place. Food enthusiasts, be it vegan or not, will surely have a hard time choosing which restaurant to dine at due to the wide variety of options this neighborhood offers.
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Because of the visually-pleasing streets, having almost every landmark in walking distance has never been so therapeutic and convenient. Moving to aesthetic recreational sites or hunger-feeding restaurants to another is definitely a breeze.
Although the streets are a sight to behold, foot-traffic is certainly one of the things you need to consider as it may tend to become dense, especially when the shops start opening up.
Boston Public Library
Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center