Cities for Green Travelers in Massachusetts
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- 13 reviews
One of the most reclusive and stunning areas of Martha's Vineyard!
- 21 review
omg I miss this little town. espescially the awesome lake, that's perfect for long walks or for running around. (it's 5km)
- 32 reviews
Osterville is one the nicest towns on the Cape, with great restaurants and a beautiful town center to walk around.
- 42 reviews
Manchester-by-the-Sea is a lovely beachside city that's perfect for a day trip out of Boston. Some friends and I took the train out and visited Singing Beach. The walk from the train station to the beach was lovely, and there's a general store nearby for snacks, drinks, and delicious ice cream. It's a nice escape from the urban lifestyle.
- 5251 reviews
I love going to Boston... getting around is soo easy!
- 621 reviews
Salem is a great day trip from Boston. A cute little town best known for its witchy history, you can spend the day taking in a dramatic museum recounting the infamous witch trials with exhibits on herbology, and also visit some modern Wiccan shops. The New England credentials are all there as well, you'll be sure to find some clam ...
- 722 reviews
Local or Coof, you come every summer or its your first time. This island has a magic that is unmistakeable.
- 816 reviews
Beautiful seaside city with delicious seafood restaurants and cute shops selling handmade items.
- 95 reviews
If traveling trough MA visit Plymouth. It is very touristy yet a pleasant trip and you might learn a few new things about American history.
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- 1044 reviews
Mostly known for being the location of one of the world's most famous and prestigious universities.
- 118 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.
- 123 reviews
I like Oak Bluffs. There's a little something here for everyone and it has a very laid-back feel that I enjoy.
- 135 reviews
Nice town - really just the jumping off point for Martha's Vineyard rather than a destination itself. If you only have one day to go to one of the Cape islands - I'd recommend Nantucket's main harbor over this MV harbor. Nantucket's Ferry landing is more quaint and accessible. However, there are gems to be had here too like Net ...
- 148 reviews
Colonial houses and charming five star B&B s. lots of shops, galleries and restaurants. A different feel from up country vineyard.
- 1540 reviews
Awesome town. So much art and culture, and so many things to do and see. If you love seafood and love ocean and beach paintings, this place is for you.
- 163 reviews
My husband and I stayed in Chatham for 3 nights in October 2007. We stayed at the Carriage House Inn. The breakfast was wonderful and the owners were very helpful in suggesting sights and restaurants. I suggest staying in a back room since the Inn is located on a busy street. The town has quaint shops and plenty of restaurants. ...
- 172 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 ...
- 184 reviews
I fell in love with Falmouth instantly. It felt like one of those all-American towns where everything was picture-perfect. There was a white picket fence separating the beach and the road, and in the morning, there was a parade of people jogging, riding bikes, or pushing a stroller along it. It was straight out of "The Truman Show" or something. ...
- 191 review
Excited to be back on Cape Cod again. I'm sure the time will go by much too fast
- 204 reviews
A small town with a few fun spots like Alley's General Store, a farmer's market and the Field Gallery!