Join the fun and walk the street. With the style of Paris and the energy of New York, Newbury Street charms locals and visitors alike with it’s fantastic and eclectic mix of shops and eateries scattered among a host of shabby to opulent buildings. Cafe’s restaurants, boutiques, antique stores, and luxury franchises make it a highly popular shopping destination. Naturally, the people watching here is just divine. The most ideal approach is to walk starting at Boston's excellent Public Gardens and move along the cross roads onto Arlington and Clarendon. The roads pass through the premises of Berkeley, Exeter, Dartmouth, Fairfield, Hereford, and Gloucester. Afterward it leads to the Massachusetts Avenue, closing with Charlesgate. And while you’re walking, it’s perfect to have an ice cream cone in one hand.
- Darmouth street
- Crazy Dough’s Pizza
- Itadaki Japanese Restaurant
- The Cafe Royale
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27.15% of people who visit Boston include Newbury Street in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
40.48% of people start their Newbury Street visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Newbury Street
73.81% of people prefer walking in order to reach Newbury Street