Hello and welcome!

Look on the map to decide where to go, the links to the treks are below. To know more about the different parts of the city, go to the About Boston page.

Each trek is about 2 miles and can take you from 2 to 5 hours depending on what you decide to do.

They are all free, accessible by the T, and can be used on your phone.

They come with a map, photos and detailed description of  what you can expect on the way.

Don’t hesitate to combine them, simplify them, or modify them. If the path is temporarily blocked, or the place to visit is closed that day, think it’s typical of a city.

Bonne  route!

1: the Cambridge/Harvard University trek

2: the Cambridge/MIT trek

3: the Charlestown trek

4: the East Boston trek

5: the West End trek

6: the North End trek

7: the Faneuil Hall/Waterfront trek

8: the Beacon Hill trek

9: the Beacon Hill and Parks trek

10: the Chinatown, Downtown and Financial District trek

11: the Fort Point and Seaport trek

12: the Back-Bay trek 2

13: the Back-Bay trek 1

14: the Fenway/Longwood trek

15: the South End trek

16: the Dorchester Shores trek

17: the South Boston and Castle Island trek

Tips for the guide: they are welcome but as we live in a virtual world, it will be easier to follow the suggestions at the bottom of the page. Thanks in advance!

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