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Boston's chic shopping address mixes elegant boutiques with funky salons and trendy galleries.
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Back Bay, Boston, MA 02105
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Newbury is a super cute street. Tons of shopping, restaurants, etc at every price range. A must see while in Boston!

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Shopaholic_x0
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great place, great shopping, such a huge and diverse city, wonderful cafe scene. Great shopping can't wait to go back

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Cliff-Ange
Reviewed 1 week ago

Boston is a walking City. Newburyport Street is a perfect example of why Boston is so fun to walk. Filled with beautiful shops and lively eateries, Newburyport Street is fun in all seasons and provides great shelter from the cold with its lovely local shops,...More

Date of experience: February 2019
Thank 497rickp
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Boutiques along with the new European shops like Cos, H and M and Zara mix with designer venues which starts at Chanel at Arlington St. and covers at least 8 blocks of great shopping.

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank Backtocityliving
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I love Newbury street its such a good mix of good quality shops. There are some great kids clothes shops selling nice outfits for special occasions. Great home decor shops loved the rug shop. Lots of places to grab a coffee or a lemonade.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank Dubinwales
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

You can easily spend an entire day in Boston just on Newbury Street. It's a window shopper's paradise, and you will find a great variety of stores, from big chains to small boutiques. Plenty of dining options on the street as well!

Date of experience: July 2018
Thank sonricker
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Newbury Street is a great place to stroll and shop. There are many stores of every type and lots of places to stop for food or drinks. Been here before and will say that it is more enjoyable when the weather is a little warmer....More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank HRHmum
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Newbury Street has plenty of shops on it, but most of them are not meant for anyone who prefers to shop on a budget, or for a deal. The stores are mostly highend shops, but they are worth exploring. There are also plenty of great...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank Kemurphy
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Absolutely gorgeous area lined with boutiques and cafe's. We went at night, well after 5pm and the streets and area were lit up for the holidays.

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Helena W
Reviewed January 4, 2019 via mobile

Famous shopping street in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston. There are a lot of high-end stores along this street so depending on how much you’re willing to spend, this might be more of a window-shopping destination. The atmosphere is fun and lively either way,...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Back Bay
Wander around this quintessential neighborhood in the
heart of Boston for high-end shops, restaurants, and
the feeling of city bustle. Its most identifiable
skyscrapers, the Prudential Center and John Hancock
Tower, are highlights of the city skyline. Visit
Newbury street to explore unique and trendy boutiques
– as well as every other kind of store imaginable –
all housed in beautiful brownstone buildings. In nice
...More
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alfredod56
June 16, 2018|
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Response from canarysop | Reviewed this property |
One end (the Common) or the other end (T station) - it doesn’t really matter.
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dannylam888
July 4, 2017|
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There is but prepare for $3.75 an hour at the meters. Sunday is the best day considering free parking but take the train if possible.
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June 17, 2017|
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Yes most appeared to be open, but I think reduced hours like 11am-5/6pm.
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European Tourists in Boston? (9 Replies)
I've been noticing a ton of European tourists in Boston lately. Especially from the UK -- on the forum there are tons of posts from the UK. I also notice an influx of Europeans moving here, especially Irish... as well as many students from France, etc. I notice they all go Newbury street area, must remind them of home. Does anyone know why all of a sudden more are coming to Boston... i'm guessing the Euro has a lot to do with it.
March 14, 2006|
Response fromcarolann|
Or could it just be that we know that you have a gem of a city and we love it?
MaryNoName
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Several q's from 3 Texans (11 Replies)
Best B and B close to Harvard? 3 days, in our late 50's and not extremely early risers, and we love our cocktails! We have a few places to go, but can't seem to organize it so we aren't zigzagging across Boston: Quincy Market Pru - top of the hub JFK tour Harvard campus Freedom trail Cheers - not quincy market one Boston commons Newbury street (window shopping only ;( Duck tour - do ya need to do that AND the freedom trail? What restaurants are on the water at the Harbor? We...More
October 08, 2009|
Response fromCabinet|
You could do the JFK museum and Harvard on the same day. They are both on the Red Line (although you need to take a free shuttle from the subway stop to the JFK museum.). I think I would do JFK in the morning and then get on the train and go straight to Harvard Square, maybe stay thre for dinner. Pru/Top of the Hub and Newbury St. make sense together. Cheers and Boston Common (no "s") and Public Garden are close to each other. Maybe do Quincy Market same day.
Antair
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Restaurants near sites we plan to see (8 Replies)
We plan to be in Boston for the first time over Memorial day weekend with two 12 yo kids. Are there any special/to-see restaurants/eating-places near following sites (that would be fun to visit) ? - Museum of Science - Harvard - K1 Go-Karting on K1 Speed Boston, 40 Fordham Rd., Wilmington, MA 01887 - The New England Holocaust Memorial - Newbury street - Courtyard by Marriott Boston South Or restaurant in Boston in general that would be lots of fun to visit with 12 yo kids ? Many thanks
May 24, 2016|
Response fromting|
In Harvard Square, Mr. Barley's Burgers. Know that they accept only cash and have no restrooms. All the burgers are named after different people. The Holocaust Memorial is near Quincy Market (food court) and the North End for Italian food. You could go to Regina's Pizza in the North End (not Quincy Market) or let the kids browse through the food stands and pick what they like. Newbury St. and nearby Boylston St. probably have about 75 places to eat. If it's a nice day it might be fun...More