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Each year the crisp and colorful fall colors lure travelers from around the globe for a New England vacation. The six US states that make up New England include:

Perfectly planned New England fall vacations feature a good balance of historic and local sightseeing, reveling in the mid-Atlantic fall colors, the incredible scenery, and relaxing in posh New England hotels.

Farmhouse and barn in fall colors, New Hampshire, New England, USA. Read more

Caravan fall foliage tours include some of top vacation sightseeing in New England like these Massachusetts attractions highlighted below.

Of the six New England states, Massachusetts is the most heavily populated.

Its significant role in the American Revolution makes Massachusetts a very popular vacation destination that features plenty of sightseeing, educational tours, and quaint villages where one can relax.

Massachusetts’ tourism has become increasingly more important to the economy. Cape Cod and Martha’s Island (home to Martha’s Vineyard) are popular tourist areas as vacationers come for the warm summers or to take in New England’s beautiful fall colors.
Hilltop view of a beach at Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.
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Explore some amazing Boston vacation attractions on our fully guided tour. Caravan’s all-inclusive New England tour features some amazing vacation sights!

Each year 12 million people from across North America and the globe come to enjoy the unique attractions in Boston.

Boston Massachusetts is a vibrant port city and thrives on its cultural facilities and historical education sites. After playing a pivotal role in the American Revolution, Boston will forever be a significant city marked in American history.

Boston is the social and commercial hub of most New England vacations and more than capable of entertaining and accommodating visitors, as very few other US cities can. Some of the more popular Boston vacation attractions include:

  • Shopping at Fanueil Hall Marketplace
  • Old North Church
  • Taking a tour of the State Capitol
  • Strolling through the Boston Common (America’s oldest park)

Boston City skyline at dusk from the waterfront footpath.
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