2 hour private walking tour of Boston's urban waterfront
This is a 2 hour tour that includes the Fort Point Channel historic district, the best part of the Harbor Walk, Wharf District, Rose Kennedy Greenway, and the North End waterfront. This is an excellent way to see downtown Boston and three centuries of stunning urban architecture. Other popular sites along the route are Rowe's Wharf, Long Wharf, Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall and Christopher Columbus Park. You also have the option of venturing into the North End, Boston's Little Italy and oldest neighborhood.
-South Station and Fort Point Channel historic district
-Boston Harbor Walk
-the iconic Rowes Wharf development
-Long Wharf and State Street
-Rose Kennedy Greenway
-Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market
-North End and Paul Revere House
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of South Station (corner of Summer Street and Atlantic Ave.)
If you need transportation from a hotel in Boston, or are coming from the Cruise Ship Terminal, I can arrange to pick you up for an additional cost.
End location: North End Park, Hanover Street at Surface Rd. This is a perfect location to enjoy the Italian restaurants on Hanover Street, the Boston Public Market, or Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. This is also a bock away from the Haymarket subway station for the MBTA Green and Orange Line.
Duration: 2 hours
weather might affect the duration
This is a walking tour. If you require transportation I can arrange it for an additional cost.
This includes 2 hours of my time as an engaging and highly knowledgeable and qualified tour guide.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 USD - For a drink or snack along the way
Any snacks or beverages.
2017 Ford Escape can seat 4 passengers (not including driver) however, it is a smaller SUV so 3 passengers would be more comfortable. I can arrange larger transportation for an additional cost.
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My wife and I had a great tour of the waterfront and back bay. David was accommodating and very knowledgeable. We walked at a nice pace and David was easy to understand and made the two hours seem like 30 minutes! We saw a part of Boston that is not the traditional Freedom Trail route. David met us at our hotel and rode with us on the subway which made getting around less stressful. We would highly recommend booking a tour with David.