- Admission for One to the Great Food Tour of Boston
- Admission for Two to the Great Food Tour of Boston
- Admission for Four to the Great Food Tour of Boston
- Tours are held Saturdays at 3 p.m.
Enjoy food and culture while touring one of Boston’s most colorful and historic neighborhoods, Little Italy. The tour, which lasts about two hours, includes five tastings in the establishments or on the sidewalk. During the tour, guides point out historic landmarks and film locations, as well as discuss the Great Molasses Flood in 1919 and the Brinks Robbery in 1950.
The experts behind Best Tours don't take their superlative lightly. Their array of international tours—based in cities from Sydney to London to LA—show off a deeply-researched array of hidden gems, always clustered around a theme. Guides can take groups to see beautiful local street art, decadent chocolate shops, or haunted spots like the White House, named for the color of its ghosts. There's no pressure to walk the whole way, either. While some tours are walking tours, on others tourists get chauffeured around town in private cars.