Pizza Tour of Boston’s Little Italy

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Pizza Tour of Boston’s Little Italy information and booking

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$37
Duration
2-2.5 hours
Departs from
Near the intersection of Hanover and Commercial Streets
Returns to
Returns to original departure point

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Tour description provided by Viator

Get an authentic taste of Boston on this walking tour of Little Italy. Follow your guide to Boston’s best pizza joints to enjoy three tasty slices. You’ll also stop by a traditional Italian grocery and learn some interesting facts about Little Italy's history. This small-group tour has a maximum of 12 people, providing a more personal experience with your guide

Your tour begins in the North End, Boston’s oldest neighborhood, where you’ll meet your guide and start walking through Boston’s Little Italy district.

You'll visit three pizzerias and indulge in a tasty slice of cheese pizza at each. The different styles of pizza you'll enjoy are Sicilian, Greek and traditional.

First, step into the oldest pizzeria in Boston, which opened its doors in 1926. Continue to a hidden Sicilian joint that’s popular among locals – lines regularly form before the doors even open!

Pop into an Italian grocery store to see where the pizzerias nab their fresh, authentic ingredients, and delight in some samples here before heading to your last spot for your third delicious pizza slice.

The pizzerias you visit may include Ernesto's, Waterfront Café and Regina's (Sundays only). Along the way, your guide will share interesting stories and facts about the historic buildings and landmarks you pass, as well as the history of Little Italy.

What's included

  • Local guide
  • Three slices of pizza
  • Samples at italian grocery

What isn't included

  • Additional food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)