Back Bay, Boston

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Martí Micolau
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wikipedia.org, lonelyplanet.com

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Back Bay: located in the south-west area of ​​Boston Common, Back Bay was once a simple marshy area that overlooked the banks of the Charles River. Around the nineteenth century it was restored and from that moment on it has become one of the major artistic - architectural attractions of the city: in fact, Back Bay is often defined as a real open-air museum of architecture with a French flavor but declined in Victorian style, where there is no shortage of meeting places for shopping, clubs and restaurants. Newbury Street, in this regard, it presents itself as the most elegant street for shopping in Boston.

Beautiful, however, the Fens, gardens with lawns and lakes in the style of Central Park. If you are a baseball lover, you cannot miss a visit to the sports complex of Fenway Park, the home of the mythicals Red Sox.

How to reach us: take the orange line and get off at Back Bay Station

    
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