Bordered by the North End, Waterfront, Beacon Hill, and Chinatown, the
Downtown/Financial District is a bustling neighborhood of tourists and business oriented professionals.
The Downtown area, a mixture of skyscrapers and brick buildings can be seen
everywhere as tourists flock to many popular attractions such as the ever famous Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Also called Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall is comprised of a cluster of restored market buildings with many
attractions such as restaurants, bars, and food courts. Other attractions include the New England Aquarium,
the John Hancock Observatory, and the Boston Harbor Cruises.
The Financial District area is the banking, insurance, and legal center of the city.
It gets busy around lunch time as many business men and women can be seen walking about the area.
Parking in the Downtown/Financial District is difficult to come by, but the
neighborhood is easily accessible to the MBTA's Green and Blue Lines as well as the MBTA buses.