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Comprising 6 different states, this area is well-known for the beauty of its autumn foliage.

Massachusetts and Connecticut

Massachusetts is home to the Berkshire Hills, the beaches of Cape Cod and the islands of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. Connecticut’s where you’ll find the Connecticut River Valley and historic Mystic Seaport.

Vermont and Rhode Island

Vermont has quaint white clapboard villages, red-barn dairy farms, and Lake Champlain. The USA's smallest state, Rhode Island, is best known for the smart yachts and huge mansions of Newport.

New Hampshire and Maine

New Hampshire is home to the dramatic landscapes of the White Mountains. Furthest North is Maine, with its rugged coast, old fishing villages and vast forests - and fabulous lobster!

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Driving is the best way to experience this fascinating area of the USA - its landscapes and historic villages. The trick is not to bite off more than you can chew - and to plan an itinerary that gives you time to relax and enjoy the different destinations en route rather than spending days on end in the car.


Head to the sand dunes in Cape Cod near Provincetown and sit on the sand while you enjoy a delicious lobster roll and watch the sun set.

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