Welcome to Little Italy.
You look like one clever Cannoli. The kind that discovers the real deal local experiences.
I’ll be guiding you through Boston’s North End along the historic old Freedom Trail. Along the way I’ll tell you about its immigrant past, it’s revolutionary hero’s, midnight rides, one if by land or two if by sea, boxing legends, the oldest burial ground in Boston and the heist of the century.
The tour is 50 to 70 minutes.
Listen to the tour's introduction below
You'll see the the must see and hidden secret spots in the North End.
Paul Revere's House
The spot of the FIsherman's Feast
The Old North
Copps Burial Ground
Bricco Pasta shop
Modern Pastry - Cannolis
And that's a short list of highlights.
You'll hear the tales of the immigrants and the revolution
Paul Revere's Midnight Ride
The Fisherman's Feast
JFK's Family History
Italian Immigrants history
Irish Immigrants History
Jewish Immigrants History
African Immigrant History
The revolutionary hero's that lived here
You'll feel like you stepped back in time to another world.
Like old Paul Revere used to say "It's time to rock and roll!"
The tour starts at the Tony Demarco Statue. I'll meet you there.