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Massachusetts holidays - Proud, cultural and eclectic
Massachusetts is a historic state home to a few popular holiday spots, including the bustling metropolis Boston and the white-sands of Cape Cod. With delectable seafood, rich colonial history, and a blend of cityscapes, beaches, forests and ski slopes – Massachusetts has it all.
A fabulous New England destination with famous cities and succulent seafood
Sitting above Connecticut and Rhode Island, holidays in Massachusetts enjoy fantastic links to New York, Boston, Springfield, Albany and Vermont. From Cape Cod to the Berkshires, Boston to Martha’s Vineyard, the historic state of Massachusetts enjoys it all.
Famed for its exceptional seafood restaurants, the coast of Massachusetts offers opportunities to pack in tours that fill your time and your stomach. Cape Cod is a popular weekend destination with city dwellers and is famous for its seafood and retreat atmosphere.
Holidays to Massachusetts are best enjoyed as tours across the state, taking in all of the sights on offer. Western Massachusetts is made up of The Berkshires, Mohawk Trail, Franklin County and Greater Springfield. The north is the Merrimack Valley is comprised of fishing towns. Plymouth county and Bristol County to the south of Boston.
When to go to Massachusetts
As part of New England, Massachusetts enjoys beautiful autumnal scenery, warm summers and cold snowy winters. Summers average high temperatures in July above 26°C. In winter, temperatures can fall below -10°C.
- Cape Cod
- The Berkshires
- The exclusive Martha’s Vineyard
- Plymouth County
- Horseneck Beach