The South End is a neighborhood in Boston. Lying south of Downtown, it’s buildings are some of Boston’s oldest. These architectures provide an elaborate picture of the revival of the Renaissance, the Revival of Greece and Egypt. The South End has rows of houses built in the later part of the 19th century. It is declared one of the many famous historic places of Boston with its glorious past. The entire area is covered with lush green vegetation which provides pollution free environment.
There are total eleven residential hubs across the South End area. It has many famous markets on the Washington Street. With various specimens of the American Civil war, the South End has a classic past. The area is well connected with the city of Boston, allowing the tourists to come over the place all the year round. Many hotels and restaurants are there near South End, providing aristocratic lodging and quality foods. There are many famous churches at the South End where regular prayer takes place. The calm and serene atmosphere of the beautiful place can automatically attract the tourists from all over the world in large number.
Boston and its lovely parks, do not cease to mesmerize visitors and locals alike. To get hold of the old-world charm check out South End Tickets featured in our tours encompassing this attraction. Tickets for South End are free of cost, however if you wish to get some good deals buy tickets for South End tours at some really reasonable prices. South End ticket prices are subject to change.
South End Travel Tips
- Neighbourhood in Boston. No time limitations.
How to Reach South End
- Springfield Street stand
- Washington Street stand
- Carrabba’s Itallian Grill
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10.95% of people who visit Boston include South End in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
44.44% of people start their South End visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see South End
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting South End