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USA - New England Travel Guide

Did you know New England is home to America's oldest public park? Steeped in rich history and adorned with natural beauty, New England, spanning six states in the northeastern U.S., offers a travel experience that's both diverse and deeply rooted in American heritage. Imagine a region where you can walk the cobblestone streets that have witnessed revolutionary events, savor freshly caught lobster by the harbor, hike up lush mountain trails, and relish the vibrant hues of fall foliage – all in one trip! From its varied climate that showcases distinct seasonal beauty to its iconic landmarks and mouth-watering culinary delights, New England promises a unique blend of experiences.

Whether you're a history buff, an adventure seeker, a foodie, or someone simply looking to escape and relax, this region calls. Let's embark on a journey to explore New England's charm: its weather patterns, geographical wonders, tales from the past, must-visit spots, and, of course, its renowned dishes. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your USA - New England cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

USA - New England Travel Guide

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USA - New England Travel Guide

USA - New England Cruises Highlights

  • Acadia National Park, Maine: Nestled along Maine's coastline, Acadia National Park is a haven for nature lovers. With its rugged cliffs, dense forests, and serene lakes, it's an ideal spot for hiking, bird watching, or simply taking in the breathtaking vistas. The Park Loop Road offers a scenic drive with multiple overlooks, perfect for those sunset shots.
  • Freedom Trail, Boston: Stretching 2.5 miles in the heart of Boston, the Freedom Trail takes you on a journey through 16 historically significant sites. From the Massachusetts State House to the USS Constitution, walking this trail is like stepping back in time to witness key moments of America's early history.
  • Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory, Vermont: Located in Waterbury, this factory offers a fun and tasty tour showcasing the ice cream-making process. It's not just about the ice cream, though—that's a bonus! The picturesque surroundings make it a delightful stop.
  • Newport Mansions, Rhode Island: These historic mansions provide a glimpse into the opulent lives of America's elite during the Gilded Age. With their vast lawns and intricate architecture, places like The Breakers and Marble House are a testament to the grandeur of a bygone era.
  • Mark Twain House, Connecticut: Situated in Hartford, the former home of legendary author Mark Twain is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. It offers an intimate look into Twain's life, his family, and the space where he penned some of his most famous works.
  • White Mountains, New Hampshire: A haven for outdoor enthusiasts, the White Mountains offer activities year-round. From skiing in the winter to hiking and camping in the warmer months, its stunning landscapes are a treat for the senses.
  • Festivals and Events: Throughout the year, New England hosts a variety of cultural events. Vermont's Maple Festival celebrates the state's sweetest export, while Massachusetts' Tanglewood Music Festival showcases some of the world's finest musicians in an outdoor setting.
  • City Tours: Many of New England's cities, like Boston and Providence, offer guided tours—whether on foot, by bike, or even on a duck boat! These tours are a fantastic way to get an overview of the city's highlights, historical sites, and hidden gems.

USA - New England Cruises Travel Tips

  • Take care of your packing efficiently, make sure you take all your important stuff, make a list, and pack according to it. If you are taking any medicines keep a double supply, and keep clothes that are suitable for all weather.
  • Always keep change in USD so you don't have to borrow or search for the change.
  • Have the schedule of the cruise timing and places to visit while the cruise is at a stop so that you never get late when visiting nearby attractions.
  • Travel with a group of people if you are visiting the region for the first time.
  • Try different restaurants and eateries, enjoy your time on the cruise too and be humble and nice with locals as there are some protocols to be followed that you may not be familiar with if you are not from America.
  • Explore the availability of luxuries that might be available on the cruise like spas, nightclubs, free meals, and enjoy it to the fullest. Do not miss anything on the cruise but check your budget too!
  • Make sure you can speak English well, if not then make new friends on the cruise that can guide you to make your trip easy.
  • Do not create any mess on the cruise or on the places you visit. Carry a small bag to throw trash away.
  • Stay relaxed do not panic if the cruise stops or there is an issue during your course, they have safety measures available. Stay positive so that you can have a memorable trip.

USA - New England Cruises Things To Do

  • The Tour of Ben and Jerry’s Factory
    The Tour of Ben and Jerry’s Factory

    Ben and Jerry's factory is known as one of the happiest places in Vermont, and it provides a factory tour, which allows ice cream lovers to enjoy all the fun!  It is situated in the Green Mountains, outside the town of Waterbury. In this tour, you'll be able to learn about the manufacturing of ice cream, and the history, and you'll also be given a chance to taste some of the locally made delights of course. Apart from that, you'll also get to enjoy a great number of outdoor activities in the summer. If you're not watching your waistline, then this is the perfect spot to visit!

    Best Time To Visit

    Tours are held at Ben and Jerry's factory throughout the year.
  • The Fenway Park
    The Fenway Park

    Fenway Park is the home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912. It doesn't allow more than 35,000 accommodators at a time. So, if you don't get to visit there during baseball season which runs from July through October, then you can typically take an hour-long tour of the ground and get unique insights about this baseball park.

    Best Time To Visit

    During baseball season from July through October as well as during times of the year in which tours are held.
  • Lighthouses
    Lighthouses

    The entire east coast of America is lined with captivating and historic lighthouses, and New England is no different! It has the country's most brightly shining structures in the North Atlantic Ocean. It doesn't just end here, there are so many other tours that you can take and make your tour a lot more memorable. Options include the Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth in Maine, the Scituate Lighthouse, Scituate, Massachusetts, Nauset Light, in Eastham, Massachusetts, Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, Newcastle, New Hampshire, and many others.

    Best Time To Visit

    All times of the year can be ideal to visit the lighthouses of New England aside from the winters in which the weather can be cool.
  • Acadia National Park
    Acadia National Park

    The favorite state of Stephen King, which is also the home of the shores of Mount Desert island, Maine ends up attracting a huge number of tourists who wish to explore the landscapes of the mountains of Acadia National Park. Moreover, the views you'll get here are breathtaking, if you're a person who loves nature, woodland, shorelines, and walks, then you must come here and take a walk around one of the shimmering lakes. This park also features around forty different species of mammals. So, when you visit there, find your picturesque view and enjoy it!

    Best Time To Visit

    Most seasons are comfortable to visit Acadia National Park other than the winter.
  • Lake Compounce Amusement Park
    Lake Compounce Amusement Park

    If you're traveling with family and looking for something that you all can do together then this park is going to fulfill your wish! You must tick it off your list. It is situated in the city of Bristol, Connecticut. It is among the country's oldest operated amusement parks, but you don't have to worry, you're in safe hands, the rides are updated regularly and you get to enjoy forty attractions including:

    • Carousels
    • Bumper cars
    • Ferris Wheels 
    • Roller Coasters
    • Water Slides
      The list is never-ending, it doesn't matter at what time of the year you're going there, you'll get to enjoy all the rides!

     

    Best Time To Visit

    The park opens in May and stays open throughout the summer, summer is the best time.
  • Rhode Island
    Rhode Island

    Rhode Island is known to be the smallest state in New England. It is famous for its attractive ocean inlets and gorgeous bays. It was the first colony that had declared independence from the British and it is the reason why they are extremely proud of their cities as well as natural heritage. So if you're a lover of history, Rhode Island welcomes you with open arms, whereas, if you love being relaxed, then it's the beach for you!

    Best Time To Visit

    All times of the year can be good to visit Rhode Island.
  • Mount Washington
    Mount Washington

    Mount Washington in New Hampshire is top option for summer climbers and winter skiers and without taking photographs, a trip here is incomplete. The best and popular trails begin at the Pinkham Notch area which ultimately leads to remarkable gorge views. For any hiking trip, preparation is very essential for a successful adventure, and like Mount Washington is very known for its very erratic weather, so you'll be advised to take maintenance or care while attempting the peak.

    Best Time To Visit

    Spring and summer can be good for hiking Mount Washington.
  • Cape Cod
    Cape Cod

    Cape Code is located at the Eastern coastline of Massachusetts; it forms the largest barrier island on the planet and some magnificent stretches of beach. The island can be reached by road or by train, and it contains dozens of beaches to explore On the cape, fishing, whale watching, and walking trails are exciting tourist options. And the Naukabout Music Festival is held every August with a bit of rock and roll in the dunes taking place.

    Best Time To Visit

    Summer on Cape Cod is highly popular as well as the spring seasons and fall during various events.
  • The Green Mountains of Vermont
    The Green Mountains of Vermont

    The Green Mountains of Vermont are located across the state for about 250 miles and includes beautiful peaks, views, and valleys. For the lovers of hiking trips, this place should never be missed. The highest peak here is 4500 feet tall, named Mount Mansfield.

    Best Time To Visit

    Most seasons other than winter are great for visiting the Green Mountains of Vermont.
  • Fall Colors
    Fall Colors

    The Fall Colors top the list when it comes to the seasonal trips to New England. They are loved by everyone, from travelers, to school tour parties, professional photographers, and even by those. Make sure you visit it during the autumn months for enjoying the beauty to the fullest. 

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to see the fall colors is during the fall months of September through October and November.

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Quick Facts

New England is more than just a geographical region; it's a treasure trove of experiences waiting to be discovered. Its blend of history, nature, and culture creates a unique mix that ensures every visitor leaves with cherished memories. So pack your bags, lace up those walking shoes, and set out to explore the wonders New England has to offer.

  • The Best Time to Cruise From New England

    Cruising from New England offers a unique and picturesque experience in every season, each providing a distinct backdrop for the start of your journey. Whether you're cruising from the vibrant coastlines in summer or the serene snow-capped landscapes in winter, New England's seasonal changes add a special touch to your departure.  

    Winter (December-February): Cruising from New England in winter brings the magic of a cold, snowy setting. With temperatures ranging from the low teens to 30s (°F) and frequent snowfalls, especially in the northern regions and mountains, your departure will have a serene winter wonderland backdrop. Cruising from snow-clad destinations like Vermont provides a unique, frosty start to your journey. Don't forget to dress warmly for cruising from New England during winter!  

    Spring (March-May): As temperatures rise to the comfortable 60s, cruising from New England in spring offers a refreshing change. The melting snow, rushing rivers, and blooming flowers provide a lively and colorful setting for your departure. Spring cruising benefits from fewer crowds, making it a peaceful and picturesque time to embark on your journey.  

    Summer (June-August): Cruising from New England in summer means embarking from beautiful coastal areas under warm temperatures ranging from the 70s to the high 80s. Popular cruising spots like Cape Cod and Rhode Island beaches are in their prime, while inland forests offer a cool escape. Summer cruising from New England is perfect for those who love vibrant, sunny backdrops.  

    Fall (September-November): Embarking on a cruise from New England in the fall offers the unparalleled experience of sailing amidst the region's famous fall foliage. With mild temperatures and landscapes painted in oranges, yellows, and reds, your departure is set against one of the most beautiful sceneries. Cruising from New England in fall provides a visually stunning start to your voyage, especially during peak foliage in October.  

    Your choice of cruising season from New England depends on the type of scenic departure you desire. Each season brings its unique charm, from the snowy landscapes of winter to the lush greenery of spring, the lively coasts of summer, and the colorful tapestry of fall. No matter the season, cruising from New England guarantees a memorable beginning to your journey.  

  • Journey through Time: New England’s History

    New England, though not a city but a collective of six states in the northeastern corner of the U.S., carries with it a rich history that dates back to the earliest days of American colonization. Its origins can be traced to the Pilgrims, who landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620 seeking religious freedom. This region quickly became a bastion for settlers, creating communities built on the ideals of liberty, determination, and innovation.  

    Several major events have left indelible marks on New England's development. The Salem witch trials of the late 17th century, for instance, highlighted the superstitions and social fears of the time, while the Boston Tea Party of 1773 was a pivotal prelude to the American Revolution. As the years progressed, New England played a fundamental role in the Industrial Revolution with its thriving mills and factories, particularly in cities like Lowell, Massachusetts.  

    The landscape of New England is dotted with historical landmarks that speak volumes of its storied past. From the historic Freedom Trail in Boston, which takes visitors through 16 significant sites, to the preserved colonial homes in Newport, Rhode Island, there's a tangible sense of history at every turn. The iconic lighthouses along the coast, many of which have stood for centuries, have guided countless sailors through treacherous waters, symbolizing the region's enduring maritime legacy.  

    Today, New England's history continues to shape its atmosphere and culture. The region holds a deep sense of pride in its heritage, evident in its preservation of historic sites and celebrations of traditions. Whether it's the reenactments at Plimoth Plantation, showcasing Pilgrim life, or the annual gatherings celebrating the rich Native American cultures, history isn't just a chapter in a book here; it's a lived experience. For visitors, every cobblestone street, old town square, and centuries-old tavern offers a glimpse into the days gone by while also highlighting the modern, vibrant culture that has evolved from these roots. The intertwining of the past and the present in New England provides a unique and enriching experience for all who visit.

  • The Local New England Food Scene

    When it comes to iconic American fare, New England's culinary offerings stand out. Think of New England, and one might conjure up images of steaming lobster rolls, creamy clam chowder, and stacks of pancakes dripping with authentic maple syrup. Each state has its own signature dishes, rooted in the region's rich history and shaped by its coastal and agricultural landscapes.  

    For those craving seafood, a trip to Maine's coast is essential. Local shacks serve up lobster rolls with chunks of fresh lobster meat lightly dressed and served on a buttered roll. Head to Massachusetts and you'll find bowls of clam chowder, thick and hearty, often accompanied by a piece of crunchy baguette. If sweet treats are your weakness, Vermont's maple syrup is second to none. Whether it's drizzled over pancakes or used in baked goods, its rich flavor is unmistakable.  

    If you're wondering where to sample these delights, there's no shortage of places. Cities like Boston and Providence are brimming with renowned restaurants that have been serving classic New England dishes for decades. Street markets, particularly those near the coast, are great spots to try fresh seafood dishes. Portland, Maine, for example, is a haven for foodies looking for both traditional and innovative dishes.  

    Festivals play a big role in the region's food culture. The Maine Lobster Festival is a must for seafood aficionados, while Vermont's Maple Festival offers everything maple, from candies to pastries.  

    As for contemporary trends, New England isn't shy of innovation. The farm-to-table movement has a strong presence here, emphasizing fresh, local ingredients. Fusion cuisine, where traditional New England dishes meet flavors from around the world, is also gaining traction. Gourmet experiences are on the rise, with several upscale restaurants offering tasting menus that provide a modern twist on classic dishes.  

    New England's culinary scene is a delightful blend of the old and the new. Its traditional dishes reflect the region's heritage, while innovative chefs ensure the food scene continues to evolve. A trip to New England promises not only scenic beauty but also a gastronomic adventure that will tantalize your taste buds.

  • Get Ready for Your Visit to New England

    New England, with its blend of historic charm, natural beauty, and culinary delights, is a destination that beckons travelers of all kinds. From the serene coasts of Maine to the bustling streets of Boston, there's something for everyone. Picture yourself cruising down scenic routes lined with golden fall foliage or exploring a museum rich in American history. And let's not forget the memorable taste of a fresh lobster roll or the warmth of a hearty clam chowder.  

    Getting to New England is a breeze, with major airports in cities like Boston and Providence and a well-connected road network for those who prefer a road trip. Plus, with a range of accommodation and travel packages to fit all budgets, planning your New England getaway has never been easier.  

    So, what are you waiting for? Dive into the heart of America's history, embrace the great outdoors, and indulge in some of the best food the country has to offer. It's time to make those travel dreams a reality and book your unforgettable New England adventure. Don't just read about it—come and experience it for yourself!

  • Exploring New England

    New England isn't a city but rather a captivating region nestled in the northeastern corner of the United States. Comprising six states—Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont—New England is a gem on the North American continent. It boasts a strategic location that has played pivotal roles in both history and commerce. But it's not just history that makes this region shine; it's also the stunning geography.  

    Nature truly went all out when crafting New England. With the vast Atlantic Ocean lapping its eastern shores, the region promises a rich maritime heritage and abundant coastal beauty. Whether you're in the mood for sandy beaches or rugged coastlines dotted with lighthouses, New England's coast has it all. Move a bit inland, and you're greeted by rolling hills and serene lakes. Rivers like the Connecticut and the Merrimack have not only been vital for trade and transport but also offer picturesque settings and recreation opportunities.  

    Now, let's talk mountains. The White Mountains in New Hampshire and the Green Mountains in Vermont are not just impressive to look at; they're a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Be it hiking, skiing, or simply soaking in the breathtaking views, these mountain ranges have something for everyone. The allure of the region is magnified with each changing season—skiing in winter, leaf-peeping in fall, lake trips in summer, and vibrant blooms in spring.  

    But it's not just the diversity of landscapes that makes New England special. It's the way these landscapes intertwine with daily life. Local towns and cities are set against backdrops of forests, mountains, and waterways. This interplay between urban and natural makes for not just beautiful vistas but a range of recreational activities. Fancy a sail after brunch? Or maybe a hike before hitting a local brewery? In New England, you don't have to choose. The geography doesn't just enhance the region's appeal; it defines it. So pack those bags and get ready to explore the natural wonders of New England!

USA - New England Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a New England Cruise?

    New England Cruise gives you an amazing exploration of the Northeast of America. Its packages include places like Newport, Rhode Island; Boston, Massachusetts; Portland, Maine; and the Bar Harbor/Acadia National Park region in the state of Maine. It allows cherishing beautiful and breathtaking views. Packages of 7 days to 14 days are included.

  • How much does a New England Cruise Cost?

    The price is $79 is for one person on a daily basis, within this price, you'll be able to enjoy your own cabin without any windows. Moreover, your meals, coffee, laminate, snacks, ice tea, taxes, tea, as well as port charges are also included in it. You can also enjoy a number of shipboard activities including night entertainment, daytime care for the child ages two to teens. So, don't wait for any further, and enjoy it with your family for $316 a day!

  • What is the best cruise to a New England Cruise?

    It would be hard to come up with one Cruise when it is about selecting the best Cruise for your tour to New England because each of them is good on its own. Our favorite one of the Norwegian Cruise Line. If you're a luxury lover, this cruise should definitely be checked on your list!

  • What is included in a New England Cruise?

    The fare of this Cruise will be covering your vacation's basics including three meals a day, accommodation, ocean transportation among the ports of calls, and snacks. Apart from that, you will not be asked to pay for any additional charges for onboard programming for instance classes of fitness, lecture, games, usage of gym equipment, pool, shows, movies, etc. You'll also get to enjoy special activities like discos on board, casinos, and lounges. The Amenities That are not Included: Items that might be counted in personal nature aren't included in the amenities. Moreover, you'll be required to pay extra if you opt for shopping purchases salon, spa, internet services, and photos.

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