The birthplace of America, from white sand beaches to expansive lakes and majestic mountains.
The historic heart of America, the six states of
New England offer a colourful canvas of rolling hills, rugged
coastlines, quaint fishing villages and picturesque towns. From
Connecticut in the south to Maine in the north, the landscape is
characterised by its white-spired churches and seaside towns and
the region's scenic highways make it ideal for a self-drive
Known for their warm hospitality and friendly manner, most New
Englanders have a love for the great outdoors; from hiking and
mountain biking to kayaking and white water rafting, there are
plenty of activities at which visitors can try their hand. From
white sand beaches and lighthouses to expansive lakes and majestic
mountains, the very best of New England is all within just a few
hours drive of Boston's Logan International Airport.
- Warm hospitality
- Friendly atmosphere
Essential information about New England.
Flight time from the UK (London) Approximately
7 hours 30 minutes.
Arrival Airport Boston Logan's
Entry details (for British nationals) The US Visa
Waiver Programme (VWP) allows visits to the US for up to 90 days.
All travellers must provide details online at least 72 hours prior
to travel. This is known as an Electronic System for Travel
Authorisation (ESTA). While under the VWP, you may visit Canada,
Mexico and the Caribbean and reenter the U.S. Your passport must be
valid for the duration of your stay. Before you depart, check the
latest travel advice at www.fco.gov.uk.
Time difference GMT -5 hours.
Currency American Dollar.
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If you have prebooked a private or shared transfer or hired a car,
all details will be in your travel documentation. Your documents
will also contain the local representatives contact numbers and UK
support information should you need assistance whilst away.
So much to see and do
Take a visit to Salem, home of the infamous witch trials, or see
the beautiful Cape Cod peninsula. For those with a sweet tooth the
Ben & Jerry's ice cream factory in Vermont is well worth a
The climate in New England.
New England's climate is fairly
straightforward with distinctive seasons. Summers can be hot where
winters are cold and snowy. 'Fall' is undoubtedly New England's
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