10 of Boston's Most Instagrammable Places
Quincy Market is full of history, vendors selling souvenirs, and colonial architecture.
Acorn Street is the most photographed street in America, and I understand why!
Check out the other cute streets & stoops around Beacon Hill for more photo ops.
The Mary Baker Eddy Library mapparium is a to scale glass globe of the world.
While you can't take photos inside the actual mapparium, they have a "selfie wall" outside.
Brattle Book Shop is one of America's largest and oldest book shops.
The alley next to the actual shop is filled with dicsount books & perfect for photo ops.
Tatte Bakery is famous for their delicious coffee & food.
There are many locations around the city, all with a fabulous aesthetic and Instagrammable decor.
Eataly's cannoli cart in the Prudential Center is perfect for an afternoon snack + photos.
Go to the Chinatown Gate early in the day to avoid crowds & get this classic shot.
The Boston Public Library offers an architecture tour to explore the stunning rooms.
Rouvalis Flowers reminds me a flower shop in Paris. Pick up a bouquet to pose with!
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