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Although two separate neighborhoods, the Back Bay and South End share one major common trait: their picturesque scenery. The majority of the pristine streets are lined with meticulously preserved brownstones from the early 1900s with views of buildings such as the Prudential Center towering in the backdrop - offering the perfect juxtaposition of historic and modern architecture. Whether you’re ready for a day of shopping (Newbury Street, Copley Place, Prudential Center) or some fresh air (Boston Public Garden, the South End’s 11 residential parks) the South End/Back Bay has it all. After you’ve worked up an appetite strolling through these neighborhoods in awe, you’ll find dozens of award-winning restaurants, trendy bars/lounges, ranging from “hole-in-the-wall” to “luxurious.”



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