Visiting western Massachusetts is return to Olde New England. This region is known as “The Berkshires” – a four-season destination known for culture, nature, and harmony.
The New England villages in this region of beautiful western Mass. include; Stockbridge, Lenox, Lee, Pittsfield, North Adams, Hinsdale, Dalton, and Hancock. Visit the areas numerous galleries, antique shops, village stores, restaurants, and inns. You will fall in love with Massachusetts from the Berkshires to the very tip of Cape Cod.
Visit Massachusetts and the world-famous Massachusetts museums, numerous galleries, antique shops, village stores, restaurants, and inns. The Massachusetts lodging choices include Marriott, Hampton Inn, Hilton, Regency, Best Western, Quality Inn, Days Inn, Hyatt, and others.
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About Boston Massachusetts
Visiting Boston is like taking a walk through history. Successfully blending old and new architecture, Boston offers visitors a wealth of vacation opportunities. Before you travel to Boston try to decide what type of trip you want to have and plan accordingly. If you want to have the “city” experience, you’ll need to approach planning your trip differently than if you want a more relaxed “country” travel experience. With Boston’s wonderful transit system (the T), moving from the city to the country and vice versa is easy.
Cape Cod MA Vacations
Rugged Atlantic coastlines with sandy beaches, seaside fishing communities, summer vacation rentals, and all the seashell hunting you could hope for – that’s only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Cape Cod vacations. Rent a beach cottage, stay at an oceanside resort, take a ferry to the islands of Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard. Experience the finest of Massachusetts at Cape Cod.