- Drink at the same tavern as George Washington and Paul Revere
- Visit two of Boston’s most renowned pizzerias
Boston is famous for many things, but two of the best-known are its revolutionary history - this was where the touchpaper for the American Revolution was lit - and its pizza. On this fantastic walking tour of Little Italy you’ll get a full helping of both, as you visit two of Boston’s very best pizza parlours enjoying a couple of slices in each, and also see a wealth of historic landmarks including Faneuil Hall, the Blackstone Block and more.
Of course walking and pizza can both build up a thirst, so you’ll stop off for a foaming glass of beer at the Warren Tavern in the Charlestown neighbourhood. Now this is a real slice of history: one of the oldest taverns in Boston, it was once a drinking hole for legends such as Paul Revere, and George Washington and Samuel Adams, two of America’s Founding Fathers. Raise a toast to those venerable gents as you celebrate one of Boston’s most delectable sightseeing tours.