North End

The Old North Church, Copps Hill Burial Ground, and the Freedom Trail attract many tourists here, as well as a quick stop at one of the revered Italian bakeries.

The North End is most famous for its 50+ Italian restaurants on the short streets of Hanover and Salem St. Commonly referred to as “Little Italy” many immigrants set their roots down here and opened restaurants, bakeries, markets, and butcher shops that still exist today. Best traveled by foot or bicycle, the narrow, winding streets and tightly stacked apartments charm even native Bostonians. The Old North Church, Copps Hill Burial Ground, and the Freedom Trail attract many tourists here, as well as a quick stop at one of the revered Italian bakeries.