THE ULTIMATE NEW ENGLAND ROAD TRIP
The New England + the Fall season = the most beautiful, picturesque, and peaceful road trip ever! The road trip takes in all six states (Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont) and their respective highlights. Join us to explore 10 of the most popular destinations in New England.
Date & Price
TOUR A: September 10-18, 2021
TOUR B: October 8-15, 2021
TOUR C: September 4-11, 2022
TOUR D: October 9-16, 2022 SOLD OUT
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- Our tours do not include airfare.
- We are glad to assist with making your flight arrangements and airport transfers, if desired. Click here to let us know.
- Fly in style: ask me how you can treat yourself to an extra legroom! Premium, business, and first class seats might be available.
- Full-time services of our travel concierge, friendly guide, and local experts who will make New England a joy to explore.
- All tours and admissions – at no extra cost – including tours of historic Boston, Norman Rockwell Museum, Vermont Touring and Maple Sugar Farm for tour and tasting, New Hampshire touring, Mount Washington Cog Railway, Castle in the Clouds, Maine Lighthouses, and much, much more.
- All nights accommodations in memorable, centrally located, hotels.
- Transportation throughout the New England.
- Guaranteed tour price, locked-in the moment you submit your application and deposit.
- All trip related tips, taxes, and gratuities.
- REWARDS are available for those who have traveled with us prior to 2021.
- Fine print: You are responsible for the cost of your drinks, and any free-time sightseeing, travel, airport transfers, and some meals.
Portsmouth, NH (1 day)
A beautifully colorful historic coastal city on the border between New Hampshire and Maine. Highlights in Portsmouth include numerous microbreweries, seafood restaurants and Strawbery Banke, a gorgeous neighborhood of centuries-old colored wooden houses and an open-air museum. After a full day of exploring this cozy city, continue north into Maine.
Portland, ME (1 day)
Portland is the largest city in Maine and one of the finest coastal cities in New England, consisting of the beautifully restored Old Port district, a stunning waterfront, and a few lighthouses.
Burlington, VT (1 day)
Vermont’s largest city has been voted as one of the top small cities in the United States in terms of quality of life, technology, services and education. It’s a wonderful city indeed, squeezed between the lush flanks of the Green Mountains and the calm water of Lake Champlain. Major attractions are the busy Church Street Marketplace and Ben & Jerry’s, the world’s most famous ice cream brand that’s headquartered there. Dairy products are clearly a strong point for Vermont, because you shouldn’t leave without tasting some of their delicious local cheese. You can even take a course to learn how to make it.
New Haven, CT(1 day)
This old city was the very first planned city in North America, its historic center filled with landmarks and attractions. Among those attractions are Yale University, the Amistad Memorial and the churches on the Green.
Newport, RI (1 day)
Newport is one of the hubs of yachting on New England’s coast, home to the wealthiest of the wealthy – a major attraction is the mansions of tycoons and magnates, such as the Vanderbilts and the Rockefellers. Many of those huge decadent houses can be visited. Downtown Newport is made up of historic buildings, taverns, seafood restaurants and boutiques, all typical of a coastal town in New England. It’s also another chance to get a gelato fix, with the Rhode Island ice cream train tour.
Cape Cod, MA (1 day)
Cape Cod is known for its wide sandy beaches, picturesque harbors, beautiful islands like Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, and coastal communities. Of course, the seafood is world-class too. Cape Cod with its beaches and laid-back atmosphere is a perfect destination to finish a fantastic New England road trip.
Boston, MA (2 days)
Boston is the unofficial capital of New England and one of the oldest cities in the country, founded as early as 1630. Nowadays, Boston is home to world-renowned universities like Harvard and MIT, many significant historic landmarks and the New England Patriots and Boston Red Sox, two hugely successful sports teams. Make sure to walk the Freedom Trail.