Warmer weather means new wardrobes! As we are ditching the sweaters and coats it’s time to go shopping for a summer outfit. What are the best shopping spots in Boston?
1. Burlington Mall
Burlington Mall is located in the nearby town of Burlington a couple of minutes away from downtown Boston. You can also get there taking the bus 350 from Alewife. The Burlington Mall is a perfect destination if you are looking for large department stores or if you are bargain hunting. Don’t forget to check the Burlington Mall’s deals website before you go to get the latest promotions and coupons available.
2. Cambridgeside Galleria
Cambridgeside Galleria is located a short walk from the Green Line T station. It is the perfect place to hit major mall retailers such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana Republic, H&M, J. Crew, TJ Maxx, Apple and many others. Parking at the on-site garage starts at $1.99 per hour and goes up to $20 maximum for five hours or more. Cambridgeside is without a doubt one of the best shopping spots in Boston.
3. Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Faneuil Hall has been an historical center of Boston since 1742, and was the site of the fiery protests that earned Boston the nickname Cradle of Liberty. Today, you’ll find dozens of shops and restaurants, along with some of Boston’s best street performers. Over 70 retailers and 40 office tenants occupy the 200,000 square feet of retail and 160,000 square feet of space on Boston’s iconic mixed use festival marketplace.
4. Copley Area
The Copley area is the perfect place to go shopping. There you will find the Prudential Center and the well-known Newbury Street.
The Shops at Prudential Center are located within Boston’s most well-known skyscraper. Take the green line to the Prudential stop and explore the 75+ shops and restaurants, including luxury retailers such as Gucci, Kate Spade Saturday, and Saks Fifth Avenue. One of the best known shopping spots in Boston.
Newbury Street is often referred to as Boston’s most enchanting street. The street is home to an eclectic mix of independent shops and high-end fashion and dining establishments. Newbury Street’s eight blocks are filled with salons, luxury boutiques, and fabulous dining. Boston’s Newbury Street has something for everyone. The street has taken on a life and meaning far beyond its European architectural design. It serves as Boston’s representative of fashion and style, on par with the most exclusive districts of San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York.