SO many shops! So many people! It is busy. Do not try to drive a car down this street! Great for shopping!
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The streets were so small that it was a one way street and you could only go 15 miles an hour. people would walk in the street and drive slowly . So you had time to look at lots of businesses and shops alone the...More
I love to stroll commercial street . At any time of the day or night , you are sure to see something to make you smile. The people of Provincetown are open, and friendly, and interesting. Someone is always out walking the dog, or promoting...More
I've travelled many places and I've lived a few towns away, but the allure of this fishing village turned gay mecca always calls me back. If you travel to the Cape, you must walk down Commercial Street and experience the sights, sounds and smells of...More
EVERY restaurant I ate in was EXCELLENT, with the emphasis on FRESH FISH and CRANBERRIES! Visited a DOZEN art galleries and visited a half dozen ARTISTS who allowed me to watch them work and answered my questions (I am an art student).
Been going here for 15 years and always am impressed with the friendly and positive energy. Great restaurants and shops along Commercial Street.
After viewing the monument, we traveled at a slow speed down Commercial Street and checked out some of the shops and small bars. This place has a quaint setting of old time America.
It's essentially the only street in town. It's quite long and everyone just spends their time walking up and down it at some point during their stay. Has a great variety of eateries, bars, shops and galleries. Very easy to while away the hours if...More
Our hotel was at the far end of Commercial Street, and we walked to restaurants at the other end of the street on several occasions. Commercial street is the center of Provincetown and is lined by numerous restaurants, coffee shops, galleries, ice cream parlors, shops...More