New England USA Travel Guide

The summer travel season is in full swing, and New Englanders’ thoughts are on beaches, hiking, biking and other outdoor activities. Note: make your reservations for fall foliage season NOW!

Bass River Beach, Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

New England Transportation

If you’re coming to Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine from a distance, whether you’re traveling by car, bus, train, plane or ship, for business or pleasure, culture, dining (lobsters!), or outdoor activities, here’s how to travel in New England. More…

Boston MA

Acorn Street on Beacon Hill, Boston MA
Acorn Street on old Beacon Hill, Boston.

New Englands’ oldest, largest and most historically significant city should appear on the itinerary of any traveler interested in art, music, literature, culture or education: greater Boston boasts fifty colleges and universities. Within a short drive of the city are many more historic towns such as Cambridge (Harvard & MIT), Salem, Marblehead, Gloucester, Lexington and Concord. In Plymouth you can visit Plymouth Rock and revisit the 17th-century Pilgrims at Plimoth Plantation. More…

Cape Cod MA

Chatham Beach, Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Chatham Beach, Cape Cod.

With its charming historic towns, Cape Cod National Seashore, beaches and bike paths, Cape Cod has something for every visitor. More…

Nantucket & Martha’s Vineyard

Victorian houses in Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard MA
Victorian houses in Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard MA

The islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, offshore from Cape Cod, are beautiful upscale resorts very busy in symmer but also now visited year-round.

Old Sturbridge Village