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La Vita È Bella in Boston’s Historic North End

Today on the blog, we continue our series about Boston’s distinct neighborhoods with Boston’s Little Italy: The North End. Exploring its narrow and winding streets lined with red brick buildings, shops and restaurants, will give you a feel of the Italian-American community. And while the food and the summer “feasts” are some of the most popular attractions, the North End is also bursting with history, making this geographically compact neighborhood a must-see!

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    World-class convention facilities, award-winning services, rich history, and exceptional accessibility make Boston the perfect event destination and create the ideal environment for record-breaking programs. With 2019 underway, we want to take the opportunity to celebrate a few of our customers who achieved record-breaking events in Boston in 2018.

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