Cities for Budget Travelers in Massachusetts
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- 1Massachusetts, USA4 reviews
Local shops and town, is a nice quaint New England spot when you are visiting Massachusettes.
- 2Massachusetts, USA254 reviews
This place is full of things to do. So many history, foodieventures and etc. The weather is weird here. Their saying is if you don't like the weather then wait 4(?) minutes... Which is true because it was pouring rain when we were out and about... Then it stopped all of the sudden. Boston is a great place to relax ...
- 3Massachusetts, USA40 reviews
AWESOME town for everyone even though it's more a LGBT community.
- 4Massachusetts, USA1 review
omg I miss this little town. espescially the awesome lake, that's perfect for long walks or for running around. (it's 5km)
- 5Massachusetts, USA1 review
Lincoln is in the heart of the American Revolution and just a great place to do bird watching and other outdoor activities. Disability access and disability parking is limited in the area and what activities you choose.
- 6Massachusetts, USA4 reviews
A small town with a few fun spots like Alley's General Store, a farmer's market and the Field Gallery!
- 7Massachusetts, USA23 reviews
Flew above the town in Nantucket. Enjoyed the plane ride
- 8Massachusetts, USA44 reviews
If the cost of living weren't so high, I'd love to live in Cambridge. Some neighborhoods look a whole lot like Sesame Street, but the culture, restaurants, and buzz of Porter, Harvard and Central Square are never far away. Inman Square is another favorite that gets less traffic since it's not on the T's Red Line.
- 9Massachusetts, USA21 reviews
So maybe I like the whole historical aspect and don't mind how touristy Salem is, but I think this place is so much fun. I've heard halloween here is incredible, so I'm hoping to be able to make it this year.
- 10Massachusetts, USA1 review
always went to the movies there :)
- 11Massachusetts, USA10 reviews
The city itself is a bit rough, with quite a crime problem and some really questionable areas. However, it also boasts great universities and the beautiful Lake Quinsigamond. If you come here, it is usually for a good reason, but hang on to your wallet!
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- 12Massachusetts, USA8 reviews
Hyannis Port is a microscopic village within Cape Cod made famous by the Kennedy Compound (this was President Kennedy's summer White House). Although small, there are some interesting tourist spots worth visiting.
- 13Massachusetts, USA17 reviews
Without breaking the bank, Gloucester offers a great ocean-side escape from Boston. The beaches are rocky, so don't come here for the swimming, but the fresh seaside breeze and the assortment of shops, cafes, and restaurants makes for a great place for a weekend just far enough from Boston that you'll feel completely relaxed, but still close enough that you ...
- 14Massachusetts, USA2 reviews
Great Barrington is a wonderful all-American town located in the heart of the Southern Berkshires. There is a great brick downtown with many fine restaurants and even a cool performing arts center. There is a great selection of places to stay and it is almost equidistant from Boston and New York City. This is a great little town to spend ...
- 15Massachusetts, USA2 reviews
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- 16Massachusetts, USA1 review
Super cute Berkshires town, home to icons like the original Alice's Restaurant (now called Stockbridge Cafe), the Red Lion Inn and a museum paying tribute to Norman Rockwell.
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- 18Massachusetts, USA2 reviews
Restaurants and shops (the Church St Cafe is a Berkshires favorite) adorn Lenox like little jewels. Still, I dig nearby Lee and Stockbridge slightly more, Lenox feels a bit overdone.
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- 20Massachusetts, USA2 reviews
Great little town, with a charming atmosphere and fun shops and restaurants.