Home to American patriot Paul Revere, the North End is one of Boston’s
most historic neighborhoods. Traditionally a first stop for immigrants
arriving in Boston, the North End is most well known as an enclave of
Italian immigrants. Today the North End is populated by a mixture of
Italian Americans and young professionals who are attracted to the
neighborhood’s tight-knit feel and access to downtown. Tourists come
from near and far to sample authentic Italian cuisine, enjoy a cannoli
or a cappuccino, and explore its narrow streets. In recent years, a
number of boutiques have opened in the North End specializing in
everything from trendy clothing to jewelry. The North End also offers
access to Boston’s waterfront along Commercial Street. Residents and
visitors can enjoy strolling and relaxing in the newly renovated
Christopher Columbus Park, and during summer evenings the park is host
to a performing arts series.
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Below the North End is Boston, hence we have put them on the same page. This is where it all began. The waterfront is home to the New England Aquarium, Children's Museum, and the Boston Tea Party Museum. One of the pride possessions of the Waterfront is the Rowes Wharf Complex, which has luxury shopping, town-homes and offices. A great place for an adventure.