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Copley Place
100 Huntington Avenue
Boston 617-262-6600
www.simon.com/mall/copley-place
Nestled in the historic Back Bay, this dazzling mixed-use complex is one of Boston’s most distinctive shopping destinations with 100 high-profile stores including Tiffany & Co., Armani, Gucci, Louis-Vuitton, BOSS Hugo Boss, Christian Dior, Williams-Sonoma and the only Neiman Marcus in New England. Offering a unique concept in shopping and entertainment, the 9.5-acre site harmonizes two levels of upscale shopping with restaurants, a multi-screen cinema, office buildings, and two lavish hotels.

Downtown Crossing
617-482-2139
www.downtownboston.org
Nestled in downtown Boston, you’ll discover a traffic-free, pedestrian shopping area with over two million square feet of retail establishments. Brick walkways, outdoor benches, street vendors, and abundant eateries create a convenient and enjoyable shopping experience. Focused along Washington and Winter Streets right off the T, this discount center offers some real bargain-basement pricing. You’ll find everything from Boston’s diamond district to Filene’s Basement and the Old South Meeting House Museum—which sells Boston Harbour Tea, tax free!

Faneuil Hall Marketplace
617-523-1300
www.faneuilhallmarketplace.com
For more than 255 years, Faneuil Hall has influenced Boston’s political and commercial scene. Nearby Quincy Market was home to merchants, fishermen, meat and produce sellers—in addition to the nation’s most famous orators. Today, Faneuil Hall is the nation’s premier urban marketplace, combining the glories of the past with modern vitality in a festival atmosphere. More than 110 shops, restaurants, and pushcarts combine with Boston’s most popular comedy club for around-the-clock excitement.

Harvard Square
617-491-3434
www.harvardsquare.com
Boasting the great concentration of bookstores in the nation, the square is home to “The Coop,” an eclectic blend of indoor shopping arcades and restaurants. The atmosphere blends European flavor, American history, and international cultures in unique shops, leading stores, quaint parks, entertainment venues, historic sites, and restaurants. Brick sidewalks lead to retail and dining establishments as well as performing arts theaters, cinemas, and museums.

Newbury Street
www.newbury-st.com
Between Commonwealth Avenue and Boylston Street, bordered by Massachusetts Avenue and the Boston Public Garden, you’ll find Boston’s answer to Hollywood’s Rodeo Drive. Trees, window boxes, and gas lanterns grace this elegant eight-block area of antique shops, galleries, and boutiques filled with international designer labels. Shops, restaurants, outdoor cafes, and salons all embrace Boston’s “Old World” grandeur and sophistication.