New England has a plethora of things to offer tourists visiting the Northeast. New England cities have old-school charm, puritan roots, colonial character, historic landmarks and beautiful scenery for your roadtrip. It not only has the lakes and mountains, but also many miles of ocean coastline on the Atlantic. Being equidistant to Europe and the US west coast, foreigners and Americans alike can easily make New England their vacation destination. Here are the best New England cities to visit!
Visit Boston for a boat ride on the Charles River, shopping along eclectic Newbury Street, historic tours, fresh seafood and a game at nostalgic Fenway Park. Boston exudes the states motto of, “The Spirit Of America”. Tour the grounds of prestigious Harvard University in Boston’s borough of adjacent Cambridge. End the night with a dinner atop the Prudential Center overlooking the city.
Make your way north of Boston to Portsmouth, New Hampshire for a stroll along the waterfront. Stop in to the unique shops, situated in colonial architectural storefronts. Take a trip to the beach and explore the surf shops tax-free merchandise in the “Live Free Or Die” state. Party it up at Cisco Brewery without having to sail out to Nantucket.
Travel even further north to Maine, otherwise known as “Vacationland” or “The Way Life Should Be” state. Walk along the cobblestone streets in the Old Port along the fish markets and boat docks. Catch a ferry boat to nearby Peak’s Island and grab a fresh lobster roll for lunch.
Go west to Vermont, the “Green Mountain State” and drink a beer at the Magic Hat Brewery. Walk down Church Street and check out funky shops and cafes with peaceful vibes. Make your way to the waterfront along stunning Lake Champlain. This is one of the New England cities that is often called the east coast’s version of Portland, Oregon.
As you make your way through Providence, stop by the famous Rhode Island School Of Design’s own Museum Of Art. Wander the campus of Ivy-league Brown University. Catch a show at the Providence Performing Arts Center after walking along the Riverwalk.
Which of these New England Cities are you going to visit during your next road trip? Let us know in the comments below!
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