In New England, you will discover that the country's history has yet to be forgotten. Whether you find yourself deep within the snowy maple tree forests of Vermont learning how to make traditional maple syrup or heading to Boston to see a Red Sox game, New England combines both a big city lifestyle with the historical small town feeling that the country was founded upon. If you're looking to kick back and relax, the sandy beaches in Cape Cod in summer are always welcoming. To get a true taste of a New England delicacy, ordering a heaping plate of steaming Maine lobsters drenched in butter at one of many seaside restaurants will leaving you wondering why you didn't visit sooner.
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Boston is the gateway to the rest of Massachusetts. Our video tour focuses on Cape Cod, a delightful destination in its own right but also an essential part of any classic New England touring itinerary.
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From large city to small town, coastal routes to mountain vistas, New England has it all.
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