Old World Charm
Renowned as Boston's "Little Italy," the North End is constantly brimming with
the aroma of garlic and freshly cooked cuisine. But its storied history is also
part of its charm. The oldest neighborhood in the city, it gave birth to the
American Revolution on its narrow cobblestone streets and has been home to wave
after wave of new immigrants. Today, the North End remains one of the most
European neighborhoods in America.