Boston: A City of Neighborhoods
As the largest city in New England, Boston is most notable for its rich historic heritage and deep investment in the arts with world class museums and theatres, even boasting its own symphony orchestra and ballet company. Set on scenic Boston Harbor and ringed by the Olmstead-designed Emerald Necklace park system, there are broad and diverse opportunities for outdoor pursuits as well.
Hosting some of the world’s finest hospitals and academic institutions brings an international and multicultural flavor to its midst. Additionally, Boston is long on entertainment with a myriad of choices for live music, shopping and fine dining. Of course, there’s never a shortage of excitement for the sports minded in the Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics and New England Patriots, each World Championship teams.
Boston is truly a city of neighborhoods, each with its own personality and unique cultural undertones. If you’d like to learn more about individual neighborhoods, just click on the links below for a brief overview of specific points of interest and housing options.
Residents’ Services Online
Exploring History by Neighborhood
Historic Freedom Trail
Charles River Esplanade
Parks of the Emerald Necklace