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Walks Boston

Experience the best of Boston! Explore the Freedom Trail, Boston’s North End, and more with one of our guided walking tours.

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The Most Walkable Neighborhoods in Boston

With its compact neighborhoods tightly packed together on the promontories and peninsulas of Boston Harbor, Boston‘s city center is a great place to explore on foot. It’s occasionally even called

The 9 Best Markets in NYC for Visitors

New York has always been a city dedicated to commerce so it’s no surprise that the markets in NYC are some of the best in the United states. Although some

Hidden New York: The Best Secret Places in NYC

New York City has the most famous skyline in world, so it’s easy to forget that beneath those buildings lies a city teeming with art, culture, people and yes, many

The Walks Guide to Shopping in NYC

It’s no secret that New York City is a global mecca for shopping— as the fashion capital of the United States, it offers such a wide variety of stores you

6 Fascinating Facts About St. Mark’s Basilica

St. Mark’s Basilica is one of the most-visited sights in Venice, and a must-see on any traveler’s Italy itinerary! But with a history that stretches all the way back to the

Virtual 360 Tour: Piazza della Minerva and Piazza della Rotonda, Rome

While a visit to Rome’s grand squares like Piazza Navona is at the top of everyone’s list, there is much more to the Eternal City. In this 360 tour, we’ll

Virtual 360 Tour: Roman Forum

At the bosom of the ancient Roman city, the Forum (Foro Romano) was the center of daily life and political endeavours during Roman times. This lively hub was the gathering

10 of the Most Beautiful Cities in Italy

Italy has some of the most spectacular old cities in the world. If you want to go beyond the usual tourist routes and see them in a whole new light,

Rome attractions: The Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps, or Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti, were designed and executed in an era when people still took a holistic view of city planning (and the Vatican still

The Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums serve two purposes: As the Papal Palaces they have been home to centuries of popes, who built and decorated apartments to suit their sensibilities. Just as importantly