Located within easy walking distance from the marina, Boston’s North End is known for its historic significance and for its Italian-American culture.

Home to many historic landmarks, including the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church, this charming and quaint neighborhood is also famous for its narrow, winding streets, which give it a distinctly European feel, and for its abundance of restaurants, many of which serve traditional Italian cuisine. The neighborhood’s annual Feasts of Saint Anthony and Saint Lucy (celebrated in August) are also popular events that draw visitors from around the city.

A vibrant and fascinating neighborhood that offers visitors a glimpse into Boston’s rich history and diverse cultural heritage, definitely worth a visit (for a cannoli alone!)