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The City of Boston is the capital and most populated city in Massachusetts and the largest city in New England. Boston was founded in 1630 and is one of the oldest and cultural places in the United States. The metro population is 5.8 million. The city is home to these professional sports teams… Boston Bruins, Boston Red Sox, and the Boston Celtics! Boston has a rich history making it one of the best places to visit attractions. 

Boston is the largest city located in New England. It is the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is regarded as the cultural and economic hub of the region. Boston is one of the most important tourist hubs in the country and every year there are a number of visitors who travel in Boston city from all parts of the globe.

Boston comprises a number of districts.

Allston and Brighton are situated on the western side of Boston and are mostly residential. These places are home to a number of young professionals and students.

Back Bay is an upscale area in Boston and has good dining and shopping options. There are important places in the area such as Copley Square, Prudential Center and The Hynes Convention Center.

Beacon Hill is a fascinating early 19th-century neighborhood with narrow streets. The row houses are nearly all in brick in Federal, Victorian and Georgian styles. This was at one time the neighborhood of Boston Brahmins. There are still gas-lit lanterns on many streets. There are many original bricks in the city that is as old as the city itself.

Charlestown is located across the Charles River and it is at this place that the Bunker Hill Monument is located.

Chinatown is one Boston area travel place where you can find amazing Asian food and great herbalists.

Dorchester is a big working-class neighborhood that has an Irish character. The place is home to a large number of ethnic groups.

Downtown is the man hub of the tourist activity with the Freedom Trail, the Faneuil Hall, Boston Common and Boston Public Garden located here. This is also the center for state and city governments, shopping and businesses.

Financial District is the business center of the city and has an increasing number of residential buildings, a number of restaurants, bars, and tourist attractions such as the Old State House, the New England Aquarium and the Faneuil Hall.

Jamaica Plain is a residential neighborhood with a diverse population. The place is home to Samuel Adams Brewery.

South Boston is a residential neighborhood that has a waterfront district as well as the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center that is situated on the north side.

South End is situated south of the Back Bay. It has a Bohemian atmosphere and has Victorian brownstones.

West End at one time a slum and in the 1950s it was submitted to “urban renewal”.