Classical and Art Deco architecture dot Newbury Street with tall windows and red bricks. The first commercial establishments opened around 1906, and by the 1920s the area was a high-end social district. The attraction is known for its charming storefronts and luxury goods, which are located along the ground and first floors of the buildings. Take a stroll up and down the street and get a peek at merchandise in the shop windows. Find out how to plan Boston trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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The "5th Avenue" of Boston. Many merchants impacted by Covid. But in its hey day, and when we are back, just stroll and feel like you are a Kennedy or a Kardashian - celebrity and rich central in a... more »
You are here to shop, to eat and to people watch. Parking is definitely a challenge as most of the surrounding streets are set aside for resident permit parking. We were able to find a spot since... more »
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