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Downtown Boston is the Place to be!

Right in the center of Boston in Massachusetts, lies the city's most beautiful and largest commercial neighborhood known for its perfect blend of business, and pleasure. Downtown Boston, found in Suffolk county, is in no doubt the symbol of the nation's revolutionary history, site of many regional headquarters both private and government owned, and of course, the nation's heart of entertainment, sports, commerce, tourism and freedom attraction sites.

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Historical Things to Do in Downtown Boston MA

The stunning neighborhood of above 18,000 population has long existed since the 1600s as the home of Boston's colonial leaders and government headquarters. Its residents were known to trade on the wharves and in shops leading from the Waterfront. By late 1800s, increased influx of immigrants led to the early financial breakthrough of the neighborhood as retail businesses were transformed into major departmental stores and establishments. Through many evolutions, renovations and transformations over centuries, the Downtown neighborhood has recently become the largest commercial district of the city with streets still structured in the old Italian patterns.

The aesthetic district up to date never lost its historic touch having five architecturally outstanding neighborhoods: The Central business District, Downtown East, Historic Spanish Town, Capitol View North and Historic Beauregard. The historic area comprises the brick marked Freedom Trail site, a known 4 kilometer trail believed to connect sixteen remarkable locations in America's history and extends from the neighborhood through the North end, to the Bunker Hill Monuments in Charles Town. The Faneuil Hall Marketplace has existed since 1976, a place where unique handcrafted items, arts and performance are sold daily to thousands of visitors and tourists from all over the world. The historic taverns and Irish pubs where lively Irish music is enjoyed and the ancient-outdoor Hayway market in the district are also true proof of the neighborhood's real heritage.

Visit Downtown Boston for an Unforgettable Experience

Hardly can one talk about Downtown without mentioning the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Park consisting of gardens, parks, arts and fountain. The custom house tower, a skyscraper designed since 1913. Boston's City hall which was built in 1968 to replace the Old city Hall and currently is the seat of the city's government. The Old state house where the historic Massachusetts General courted. Other places of interest and history include the Old South meeting House, Park Street church, Boston Common, Emerson College, Suffolk University and Downtown crossing which serves as the four MBTA subway lines converge in Downtown.
Though a commercial district, the area is also well known for its richness in culture well represented through food and delicacies. The Love Art Sushi represents the Japanese and Thailanders, Banh Mi Ok- the Vietnamese, Bonapita- the Mediterraneans , and of course, the sumptuous Italian dishes and local pastries.

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