Downtown Boston is compressed of a dizzying maze of narrow streets squiggling through looming modern architecture. It's a compelling look at how a modern city arose from an colonial seaport – and the ultimate place for a fascinating (and sometimes hilariously squiggly) pedicab ride.
Roll through jazzy Theater District, zigzag through the stoic Financial District, bump around the bustling Downtown Crossing, or thrill past the frontside of the Boston Common – ending with a dizzyingly fast roll down Beacon Hill on Tremont Street. Every route is a winner!
Be sure to swing through Chinatown and the quaint Bay Village on your way through!