Self-Guided Walking Tours to Explore Boston Massachusetts on Foot

Welcome to Boston – an excellent walking city, since it is clean, historic, and generally-safe. Our Introduction Walk will take first-time visitors to some of the most essential sights. Don't miss a trip to the beloved Bunker Hill if you're a history buff or simply interested in understanding more of America's past. A stroll through historical Cambridge and Harvard University's campus is another great way to spend the day, or you may opt to explore the North End, which has come to be known as the city's Little Italy and a great place to satiate a grumbling tummy.

In all, we have prepared 13 self-guided walks for you to explore Boston, which cover everything from historic houses to prominent churches and the best shopping areas. Not only that, but you can also create your own walk with the attractions that interest you most and even set your hotel as the walk's starting point!

How it works: Download the app "GPSmyCity: Walks in 1K+ Cities" from Apple App Store or Google Play Store to your mobile phone or tablet. Each walk comes with a detailed tour map as well as photos and background information for the featured attractions. The app's navigation functions guide you from one attraction to the next. The app works offline, so no data plan is needed when traveling abroad.

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