Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Small-Group Historical Walking Tour of Boston’s North End. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
It was just two of us and we have very private tour. A lot of walking, but it worth it!
Our guide was fantastic! We were the only two on the tour and she structured the tour just for us! We got to see lots of areas of Boston and not just the tourist sites!
Good, informative, tour. Would include tasting tour as walked would have been fun too!
It was wonderful. Our guide Jessica was knowledgeable and passionate about the North End of Boston. She showed us the most delicious pizza place! Would highly recommend.
Excellent tour, highly recommended. The guide, Jessica, provided in-depth explanation, was friendly, very knowledgeable and even entertaining. Hers and her family's background in the historical North End, made the tour enriching and educational at the same time.
There were only 4 people in our tour including us. Our guide was wonderful!!!!!!!!!
It rained the day of the tour, but our guide, Jessica, was fantastic! She was a wealth of information on Boston and history in general and we have recommended the tour to a number of our friends.
Jessica, our tour guide, had a wealth of knowledge. She was also able to recommend a place to eat lunch. "Great suggestion!" We enjoyed it. Thanks
Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable. A worthwhile tour as we would not have appreciated many of the places we saw or noticed them on our own. Perhaps a little too much time was spent looking at diagrams and maps. We would have liked to cover more ground. Nonetheless a job well done.
Very good tour with a very knowledgeable guide. Lucky for me it ended up a one on one, so gained insights I most probably wouldn't have otherwise, but was still taken on an interested journey through Boston's History
Unfortunately this was not a totally happy experience. Firstly the meeting spot was amongst a group of homeless men which was not ideal for new comers to your city. Secondly, we would have liked our guide, Patrice, to talk to the entire group rather than the other two participants as it was difficult to hear what she was saying and we felt we missed out on some of the commentary. Thirdly, three hours is a long time to walk around without a short stop for coffee. Last and not least, Patrice refused to shake hands with us at the end of the tour, leaving us wondering what we had done to deserve this ungracious behaviour. It would have been nice for our guide to be cheerful and enthusiastic about your really interesting city!