North End Boston’s “Little Italy” Tour

Group Tours
  • Adults $35
  • Children 5-12: $26
  • Children under 5: Free
Group Tour Info
  • Daily at 12:30pm
  • Tour lasts 2 hours
Private Tours
  • Tour Runs Daily
  • Start Times Available from 10am to 4pm
  • Tour lasts 2 hours
  • 2 person minimum
Details & Info
  • Tour does not operate Thanksgiving or Christmas Day
  • Tour is given rain or shine.
  • No cancelations will be processed 2 calendar days prior to the date of your tour.

Meeting Place

Tony DeMarco Statue
191 Hanover St

Tony DeMarco Plaza

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7 reviews for North End Boston’s “Little Italy” Tour

  1. Kari McNally
    June 24, 2024
    Little Italy
    The Little Italy tour was very interesting and the food we bought was delicious, especially the cannolis! Cady, the tour guide, was such a trouper bec...More
    The Little Italy tour was very interesting and the food we bought was delicious, especially the cannolis! Cady, the tour guide, was such a trouper because the weather was almost unbearable due to a heat wave that hit Boston. She stayed upbeat and endured all of our questions! Great job Cady!
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    Amber
    June 21, 2024
    So much fun!
    Loved the tour. The food was great but you also learn more history about the area as well. Cady was very knowledgeable and helpful. she knows a lot ab...More
    Loved the tour. The food was great but you also learn more history about the area as well. Cady was very knowledgeable and helpful. she knows a lot about the area and can answer a lot of your questions. she even walked us to our subway stop after the tour and told us how to get to our next event.
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    Lilly R.
    November 20, 2023
    The food tour was a great experience to go through North End Boston. Cady, our guide was friendly, engaging and very knowledgeable about the tour! Fo...More
    The food tour was a great experience to go through North End Boston. Cady, our guide was friendly, engaging and very knowledgeable about the tour! Food was exceptional and the history was very revealing about Boston’s past. I would recommend to anybody that likes history and good eats! Once again kudos to Cady 🤗
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    Amanda
    October 16, 2023
    We had so much fun learning about Boston's North End and eating our way made it stick with us. Between pizza and cannolis how could it be a bad experi...More
    We had so much fun learning about Boston's North End and eating our way made it stick with us. Between pizza and cannolis how could it be a bad experience. Our guide was wonderful and it is always nice getting the local perspective.
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    Shari
    September 24, 2023
    awesome information tour. shown where all the little good places are.
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    Christine
    August 18, 2023
    It was a good tour from both a historical and food standpoint. The places we stopped to eat were fantastic, but maybe lacked variety. 3 cannoli places...More
    It was a good tour from both a historical and food standpoint. The places we stopped to eat were fantastic, but maybe lacked variety. 3 cannoli places, two Sicilian pizza places and a couple of other bakery-type places. I would have liked a deli or pasta stop.
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    Tanya
    July 6, 2023
    I did the North End Tour this week and had a really awesome tour guide (Tony). I have been in that area countless times and was floored by how much hi...More
    I did the North End Tour this week and had a really awesome tour guide (Tony). I have been in that area countless times and was floored by how much history of the area I hadn't known.
    Also, who could beat the pairing of history with ... amazing food? (The tour makes stops so you can buy anything from panini to cannoli and pizza/arancini to gelato). It was a very hot day, but our guide didn't let that phase him. Depending on how many people are on the tour, you may have to wait a bit for everyone to finish at food stops. But I definitely learned a lot, ate well, and the guide was open to questions and further discussion. Also note: some food places on the tour only take cash.
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