The South End, not to be confused with South Boston, is home to America’s largest continuous Historical Landmark District with over thirty parks and a thriving artist community. Brick sidewalks and brownstones line the streets with fountain parks and ornate wrought iron fences.
Over the last decade the South End has emerged as a hot spot for restaurants, boutique shops, and art galleries. Bostonians listen to Live Jazz and dine at one of the numerous sidewalk cafes and hidden bistros. This neighborhood is the hub for local culture, cuisine and architecture giving visitors a true Boston experience.
The South End remains a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike and is a great place to people watch and observe the local energy at any hour.