Back Bay is one posh place to spend some leisure time. Stores on Newbury Street and designer boutiques in Copley Place provide lavish shopping options and outdoor green spaces like the Public Garden and Copley Square offer serene spots to sit.
Cambridge is a city in its own right, with many unique squares like Central, Kendall and Inman. Its most wellknown square is Harvard, home to the titular university and its yard, as well as book stores, boutiques, and amazing restaurants.
Once Boston’s original posh neighborhood (home to Thomas Hutchinson and Paul Revere), this long-lived sector of Boston is now awash in Italian heritage. The North End shows off dozens of restaurants, artisan food markets and summers rife with saints’ festivals.