Massachusetts, Rhode Island , Connecticut , Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine
Named in honour of the University of Cambridge in England and located in the Greater Boston area, is home to two of the world’s most prominent universities, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
A couple of locals suggested this spot while offering stout beers to the foreigner.
The whole Boston’s skyline seen from Charlestown Navy Yard.
John Hancock is remembered for his large and stylish signature on the US Declaration of Independence.
History says this statesman from Massachusetts has been the first to sign the Declaration, but this is the subject of much debate. The Tower is the tallest skyscraper in New England.
The most expensive and elegant district in Boston
The State House faces the Boston Common park, a beautiful green area in the city center. The building is constructed over land once owned by John Hancock, prominent Patriot of the American Revolution.
Originally this island was named Marthas Vineyard, but the US Board on Geographic Names changed it to Martha’s Vineyard.
During the year Martha’s Vineyard counts 15,000 residents, however the summer population can be over 100,000 people as this island is a popular holiday destination.
Many US Presidents spend their vacations here.
This picturesque village with the typical houses of New England is located at the end of Cape Cod peninsula
The lighthouse is situated a couple of miles from Portland, Maine.
Its construction began in 1787 under George Washington’s direction, while Maine was still part of the state of Massachusetts.
This village whose Chowder is phenomenal is situated in the mid-coast of Maine
The state of Maine is famous for its landscape (rocky coastline, up-country forests, scenic villages ) and for its delicious seafood cuisine ( Maine Lobster is world-famous ).
Definitely one of the most scenic states within the USA.
This small, picturesque village is situated along the coast of Maine, USA.
The state of Maine can be described as a sequence of tiny villages connected with each other thanks to roads that go through forests and pass close to picturesque lakes.
For this reason driving there is absolutely spectacular.
Panoramic view from Camden Hills State Park. The northern part of Maine’s coast and the beginning of the Canadian territory are visible in this wide-angle shot.