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Boston’s Coolest Neighborhood: The South Boston Waterfront

Today on the blog, we are launching a new series about Boston’s distinct neighborhoods. From the South Boston Waterfront, to the North End, Beacon Hill, and Back Bay, we will touch on the diverse culture, history, and traditions of each neighborhood, while providing helpful tips and suggestions of what to see and do before, during, and after your event. Our first installment centers around the South Boston Waterfront, also known as the Seaport District, Boston’s hottest neighborhood and home of the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC).


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