Living in New England means options for local getaways are bountiful. Plan a getaway near Boston that includes food, wine, and delicious dining, a weekend hitting the golf courses, or a getaway filled with outdoor activities and adventures. New England has it all. If it’s sun and sand you are seeking, hit one of the many beaches in the area. So no matter the weather or season, living in Boston means living near some of the top travel destinations in the country, so plan a getaway now and start exploring New England.
Logan International Airport will introduce its fifth international flight route in the past two years. Here’s skinny on the city’s newest windows to the world.
Crossing the Bourne Bridge. A crispy bite of clam roll. That first chilly dip in the Atlantic. These are the milestones of summer, just as they have been for generations. This month, we’re celebrating traditions—the people, places, and institutions that keep us coming back to the Cape (and flirting with the Islands) season after season.
A preview of what’s new on the out-of-town summer restaurant scene.
Five New England spas and resorts to check out this spring.
Nestled between Huron and Concord avenues in Cambridge, Observatory Hill is a shopping and dining destination giving Harvard Square a run for its money.