When you walk through the northern end of Boston, along the Freedom Trail, after the scene of the Italian restaurant, you will see a huge left turn, and then on the brick square near the Old North Church, there is a huge Paulo. 183; Revere's statue. You can see the steeple of the church rising in front of you. Take a moment to visit the interior and learn about the church and Paul Revere's story, as well as the famous "one on land, if it's at sea". It's worth visiting this important part of American history!
Nice cozy historic walk around the neighborhood. And of coz there are food and shopping
The Beacon Hill is a wonderful old neighborhood with, narrow streets, gas street lamps, and brick sidewalks. You may even see a street with paving stones! You'll enjoy taking a walk through the quiet streets to see the old homes. If you are a photographer, look for Acorn Street. At the bottom of the hill is Charles Street with it's quint shops and restaurants.
If you want to get a sense of Boston's brownstone architecture, Beacon Hill is a great place to start. This is one of the most desirable (and expensive) neighborhoods in Boston, with gas-lit lamps, brick sideways and tree-lined streets. It's the perfect place to go for a long walk and check out the beautiful row houses, some of them once owned by famous citizens (like Louisa May Alcott). There are also a number of chic stores to check out in this area, like Blackstone's, Flat of the Hill, and the Beauty Mark.