Boston in number 3 behind New York and San Francisco for most walkable cities. Walkscore.com has us with a score of 80 and following quote, “The Athens of America, Boston is a leader in technology and U.S universities including Harvard and MIT.”
Home to MBTA, the world’s first subway system and dubbed “The Walking City” Boston is a pedestrian’s perfect city. Bostonites can catch a Red Sox game at Fenway Park, or visit Boston Common, the oldest public park in the US.
The powerhouse investment firm, Fidelity Investments, solidified Boston’s spot in the Top 30 Most Economically Powerful Cities in the World. Healthcare professionals often relocate to Boston to work at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Top neighborhoods mentioned include Haymarket, Government Center and the North End.