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The North End is a residential neighborhood in Boston, famous for its delicious Italian restaurants and historic charm. As the oldest residential community in the city, the North End offers a chance to explore Boston's past in its narrow streets and waterfront scenery. There are a variety of shops and delicious bakeries waiting for you and your furry friend. Hungry pups will love a visit to the North End's Polkadog Bakery. The shop sells different homemade gourmet pet treats.

Take a walk on the waterfront or discover the neighborhood's historic landmarks. A section of Boston's Freedom Trail highlighting American and Bostonian history winds through the streets of the North End. The trail leads you to Paul Revere's homestead and the Old North Church where patriots hung lanterns to warn of the impending British invasion during the Revolutionary War. With so much history and culture, you're sure to learn a thing or two on an idyllic walk through this community. 

Terrain in NorEnd
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
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Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
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Flat
Medium
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The North End is notorious for its small, crowded streets and busy storefronts. Depending on where you go in the neighborhood, you might encounter a small hill or two. Otherwise, the streets are very flat. This densely populated neighborhood only spans about 0.3 square miles, so there are people everywhere. Avoid walking your pup on the crowded streets during weekends and high tourist seasons and aim for an early morning walk if you want to explore the most popular areas without being interrupted. 

The waterfront parks and wharfs, though sometimes just as crowded, offer a quick respite from the cramped walkways. Here, you'll find a place to sit by the water, listening to the waves lap against the wooden poles beneath you. Long Wharf, one of the most popular waterfront spots in the North End, offers great views of planes landing and taking off at Boston Logan Airport across the water. 

Greenways in NorEnd
60 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Boston have an average of:
31 Greenways
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Despite its cramped feel, there are a variety of idyllic greenways in the North End. The Paul Revere Mall next to the Old North Church offers a tribute to the Midnight Rider's trek through Boston with a commemorative statue of him on horseback. Behind Copp's Hill Burying Ground is Copp's Hill Terrace, a grassy, shaded spot accessible by a stone staircase. 

On the waterfront is Langone Park which is a playground and a series of athletic facilities that offers access to the Harborwalk and Esplanade that leads you down the Charles River. On the other side of the neighborhood is the Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park which offers a green area with scenic harbor views. This park is also where you'll find the Rose Kennedy Rose Garden where you can stop and smell the beautiful roses. There are many other gardens, playgrounds, and squares waiting for you to discover them during your time in the North End. 

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