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Why Famous
  • Massachusetts vacation rental now to enjoy the delights of this charming new england state.
  • Massachusetts summer rentals are especially popular in the state’s scenic areas.
  • From a provincetown cabin at the tip of the cape, to a chatham cottage near its famous lighthouse or a beach rental in nantucket.
  • The industrial revolution had a stronghold on this state.
  • The pilgrims first set foot here.
Facts Destination
  • The commonwealth of massachusetts is a state in the new england region of the northeastern united states.
  • From the majesty of the berkshires, to the quiet beach solitude of nantucket island, is the spirit of massachusetts
  • It is bordered by rhode island and connecticut to the south, new york to the west, and vermont and new hampshire to the north.
  • It ranks third among u.s. states in gdp per capita.
Area Info
  • Massachusetts is called \"the bay state\" because of several large bays.
  • The most populous part of western massachusetts is the pioneer valley.
  • Straddling the connecticut river, which flows across western massachusetts from north to south.
Why Visit
  • At some point during your vacation to massachusetts, you’ll run into history.
  • Massachusetts has 351 cities and towns.
  • The state\'s 14 counties have few government functions and serve as little more than judicial districts.
  • Massachusetts rentals found here are not only cozy and luxurious, but tend to be as historically significant.
Best Time
  • The best time to visit Massachusetts is undoubtedly spring - April, May, June – or late-summer and early-fall – September, October.
Transport

Air Services:-

  • The major airport in the state is Logan International Airport. The airport serves as a focus city for American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, US Airways, and JetBlue Airways.
  • Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, TF Green Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island, and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in Manchester, New Hampshire also serve as airports to the state as all three are located near the border.

Road:-

  • Interstate highways crossing the state include: I-91, I-291, I-391, I-84, I-93, I-95, I-495, I-195, I-395, I-90 (the Massachusetts Turnpike), I-290, and I-190.
  • Other major thoroughfares are U.S. 1, Route 2, Route 3, U.S. Route 3, U.S. Route 6, U.S. Route 20, Route 24, and Route 128.

Transit:-

  • The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) operates public transportation in the form of subway, bus and ferry systems in the Metro Boston area.
  • Amtrak operates inter-city rail, including the high-speed Acela service to cities such as Providence, New Haven, New York City, and Washington, D.C.
  • Two heritage railways are in operation: the Cape Cod Central Railroad and the Berkshire Scenic Railway.

Planning and funding:-

  • Massachusetts has 10 regional metropolitan planning organizations and 3 non-metropolitan planning organizations covering the remainder of the state; statewide planning is handled by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation.
Precautions
  • Weekends are almost dramatic.
  • Avoid the weekends of that period, in places as Cape Cod and seashore in general.
  • July and August may also be very uncomfortable months.
  • Low temperatures and snow may also turn uncomfortable your visits.
Lifestyle
  • Greater Springfield is part of Western Massachusetts, rich in arts and crafts.
  • The Old South Meeting House Museum to stand where the Boston Tea Party colonists stood.
  • Massachusetts vacation rentals can be found all over the state.
  • Meaning you can visit just about anywhere in comfort and style.