Boston’s North End- Also known as Boston’s Little Italy. The North End is a tight maze of narrow cobblestone streets and some of the city’s oldest buildings. Italian restaurants and pastry shops pack this area, especially on Hanover Street. Some notable historic places to visit include:
Fenway Park- For any Baseball/ sports enthusiasts. While Gillette Stadium (home to the Patriots) is a long drive away, the historic Fenway Park is located right in the heart of Boston and easy to visit.
The Constitution is one of six warships authorized by a new United States Congress in 1794. Constitution was built at Hartt's Shipyard in the North En of Boston . Nicknamed "Old Ironsides" she defeated four British frigates during the War of 1812. The Constitution resides in Charlestown and admission is free!
Take an MBTA ferry to the outer islands. The commuter ferry runs between Boston, Logan Airport, Georges Island, Hull, and Hingham. You can also catch a ferry to Salem or take the Charlestown Ferry to tour Old Ironsides. Check out the MBTA site here.