Featured Vacations In New England
What We Love About New England
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- Boston: Meandering among the refurbished warehouses at Fort Point Channel in South Boston, now home to artists’ studios, tony wine bars, and the Institute of Contemporary Art.
- Maine: Learning how to eat a steamed lobster the ""propah"" way at The Lobsterman’s Wharf in East Boothbay, or at one of dozens of seafood restaurants and waterside shacks along the coast (hint: start with a bib).
- Nantucket: Sundowners on the seaside terrace at Topper’s restaurant—; or a sunset picnic with good friends on the beach at Madaket.
Fenway Park There's no place like Fenway. Whether you're a Red Sox fan or not, Fenway Park is a must-see. Built in 1912, it's the oldest baseball park in the country, and boasts the legendary Green Monster, which towers 37 feet in the air, threatening home run hopefuls. The... More
If you're dreaming of a quaint, historic and naturally beautiful American experience, then look no further than New England. This region of the United States boasts epic scenery and traditions along with luxurious boutique style in its villages. From the small town and seaside properties in Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut to classic city hotels in Boston, a tour of New England is both relaxing and historic.