- Type: Attractions
NileGuide Expert Says:
Stop in the many boutiques on Newbury Street. If you want a break from shopping, stroll down Commonwealth Avenue, where many people walk their dogs.
- The quaint, tree-lined streets in this neighborhood are filled with brownstone shops, restaurants, bars and upscale housing. The Public Garden is the neighborhood border. From there, you can amble along the wide sidewalks of Commonwealth Avenue or down lively Newbury or Boylston Streets. There are many types of international foods available, from tapas to sushi. Numerous bars serve as meeting places for talking, drinking and dancing. Also in the neighborhood are the John Hancock Tower and the Prudential Center, two of Boston's most prominent skyscrapers.
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