Duration: 2.5 hours; $39; Pizza and Little Italy Tour: Settled in 1630, Boston's North End is not only the city's oldest neighborhood but also the best smelling (considering the pizza emanating throughout the streets). But don't just smell... taste! On this delicious food tour, enjoy three slices of the very best pizza in the city, while exploring Boston's historic Freedom Trail. Enjoy a slice from Little Italy Brick Oven, whose recipe dates back to 1888. Tasting your way through the city, you'll also venture inside Boston's oldest standing church and discover a birds-eye view of the Bunker Hill monument. See it all, and more importantly, taste it all!
Enjoy three slices of Boston's best pizza, including a slice from Little Italy Brick Oven, which first opened in 1888
Stroll along the historic Freedom Trail and visit sites like the city's oldest church and Paul Revere's statue
Explore the quaint cobblestone streets and Italian customs in Boston's North End
Pizza and Historic Tavern Tour
Duration: 3 hours; $50; Pizza and Historic Tavern Tour "One if by land, two if by sea." Add it up, and that's how many slices of pizza you'll be eating on this tour. If you don't take this for yourself, take it for Paul Revere. Combining a stroll through Boston's oldest neighborhoods with a ferry ride across Boston harbor, you'll enjoy three slices from the best pizza in the city, while also visiting two of Boston's most historic taverns. As you taste your way through the city, indulge in a drink or two at "Headquarters of the Revolution" and even stop by a tavern once visited by Mr. George Washington. That's 375 years of tavern history! Get ready to eat, drink, and be merry.
Explore Boston's oldest neighborhoods and enjoy a ferry ride across Boston harbor
Taste three slices of Boston's very best pizza
Visit two of the city's most historic taverns, including Three Cranes Tavern and a bar once visited by George Washington
Cancellation Policy: There are no refunds; all sales are final.