10 Most Walkable Cities in the United States

BOStoday's walkability report highlights Beacon Hill, which scored a virtually flawless Walk Score of 99. This historical city offers several fantastic walking districts. 

Boston, Massachusetts

There are many monuments, memorials, museums, and other cultural sites on the National Mall, a huge area perfect for walking. The city has an effective public transit system

Washington, D.C

The River Walk, a network of walkways along the San Antonio River with stores, bars, and restaurants, is famous.

 San Antonio, Texas

Many neighborhoods in New York City are walkable. Walkable neighborhoods include Greenwich Village, SoHo, and the Lower East Side.

New York, New York

Visit Savannah to go back in time with centuries-old oak trees coated in Spanish moss, ancient homes everywhere, and Southern charm. 

Savannah, Georgia, U.S.

Many attractions are within walking distance in Las Vegas. Hotels, casinos, and restaurants line the Strip, a popular walking route.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Many sites are within walking distance in Nashville, making it a terrific city to explore on foot. Walkable neighborhoods include Downtown, Midtown, and Germantown.

Nashville, Tennessee

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