With charming villages, spectacular summits and beautiful scenery, you can spend weeks hiking, biking or exploring New England by coach or car. Find sumptuous seafood, fantastic winter ski, and a ‘fall foliage’ where leaves turn the most glorious shades of gold.
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With historic lighthouses and stunning vistas, Cape Cod joins the USA’s list of best seaside spots. Aside from top seafood and whale watching tours, ferry cruises to Martha's Vineyard and the dune-fringed beaches of Nantucket make for a top-notch coastal escape.
Full of picturesque views and charming attractions that’ll make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time, Connecticut is a place for all seasons. Home to quintessential New England towns, buzzing cities, soft-sand beaches and snowy mountain ranges; it’s a small state that’s big on fun.
Though small in size, Massachusetts is big on diversity, and travelers delight in an all-round vacation experience. Enjoy hundreds of miles of coastline with beautiful beaches, rolling vistas from the Berkshire hills in the west, charming small towns, and some Americas best living history museums.
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Essential information for New England
Come in the autumn to witness nature’s spectacular display of iridescent ‘fall foliage’. In the winter, there is skiing in the mountains, and fireside comfort in the inns of Cape Cod. Spring and summer are for hiking and biking around the lakes and mountains, or for heading to the beach.