The brick buildings and narrow streets give a quiet and serene atmosphere to this area. We saw graveyards and views of the river.
About North End
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If you have a love for cannolis, you simply cannot not miss this place!! Unless you’re lucky enough to arrive at an off hour, expect that there will be a line. But the end result is deliciously worthwhile.
Went here on our first morning very early while we were getting our bearing , had breakfast and by the time we came out it was very busy , enjoyed our time.
We love love the North End. We eat our way from the beginning to the end of our walk. First stop, Maria's Pastry. Mmmmm. Best, best, best pastry!!!! Beats the others, hands down. Umberto's Pizza - as close to a New York slice as you...More
this was one of our favorite parts of Boston. walking Hanover st. and seeing real italian, as opposed to "boxed". had gelato at a sidewalk cafe. would recommend this and do it again.
While I've been here before, I must say I enjoyed this visit the most. The food was good and the walk around the town was great.
Take cash for Paul Revere House. Saw # of people leave as cards not taken. We had a guide and went on a food tour - great way to experience stops we would have missed.
Take a walk down Hanover Street for the Italian food and to admire the architecture of this charming city.