These are the most reviewed places in Boston on Tripadvisor. Never.


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Quincy Market in Boston. Tripadvisor

When you see people tapping their phones at Quincy Market, a Tripadvisor review might be in the works.

  • These are the most reviewed places in Boston on Tripadvisor. Never.

    New England has 2 of the top 50 hotels in the United States, according to US News & World Report

Quincy Market is the most reviewed Boston attraction of all time on the travel website, according to the 22-year-old Needham-based company.

The historic Quincy Market, full of restaurants and shops, has garnered more than 3,500 reviews, according to the site.

“Travelers most often consulted the ‘lobster roll’ and ‘food stalls’ for this iconic market,” the company wrote.

The site recently hit 1 billion reviews and shares data on its top-rated attractions, restaurants and hotels.

While we’re talking Boston food, nearby Union Oyster House, the city’s oldest restaurant, is the city’s top-rated restaurant with more than 6,500 reviews, according to the site.

“The most mentioned dishes in reviews are cornbread, oysters and chowder,” according to Tripadvisor.

And, finally, the most reviewed city stay is a boutique hotel in Downtown Crossing: Hotel Godfrey Boston.

“Travelers rave about the hotel’s excellent location and excellent amenities in the more than 6,000 reviews,” the site writes.

The most reviewed attraction in the world is the Sagrada Familia Basilica in Barcelona, ​​Spain, with over 164,000 reviews.

Pastéis de Belém in Lisbon, Portugal has the highest ratings in the world, with over 52,600 reviews.

And the Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada is the most reviewed hotel on the planet, with over 48,000 reviews.



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