Road Trip Guide: Northeast United States – Top 5 Cities to Visit

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Here’s a list of some of the most popular cities found within the Northeast. These 5 cities are jam-packed with fun, history, and nature. If you ever find yourself close to these cities, make an effort to stop by and immerse yourself in each of the different city cultures!

New York City, New York

As we all know, there are endless amounts of activities that can be found within New York City. Although busy city life might not be for everyone, it is still a once-in-a-lifetime experience that everyone should be able to enjoy at least once. From Central Park to Time Square, to the Statue of Liberty, the possibilities are truly endless. There are various tours that you can book in order to see attractions while being led through the city. From down on the sidewalks, to up in the tall skyscrapers, the city knows how to host visitors!

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is one of the first cities that people think of when they think of the Northeast. The city has a variety of museums and landmarks that can keep visitors engaged for days. Some of the most popular museums in the city include the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Museum of Science. A very popular activity is the Freedom Trail. This 2.5-mile trail leads spectators to 16 historical landmarks including the Paul Revere House and the Boston Massacre site. If you’re a sports fan, you need to buy tickets to see the Boston Red Sox play in the iconic Fenway Park. There are so many opportunities to sightsee and learn!

Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Cape Cod is the eastern peninsula of Massachusetts and is known for its coastal vibes and beachy amenities. Although it isn’t a city, it is made up of small towns that come together to create a unique beachy lifestyle. The boundaries create the county of Barnstable which includes 15 towns and various villages. The region is full of seafood, lighthouses, beaches, cottages, and quaint roads. This is a very common summer location that includes various shops, museums, nature sites, and water activities.

Montpelier, Vermont

Montpelier is the capital of Vermont and is known for its promotion and presentation of fine arts. A theatre or play is never difficult to find! It is home to many historical government buildings, maple syrup production, vineyards, and a homey, cozy feel. Camel’s Hump State Park can be found 30 minutes outside of the city which is a beautiful mountainous hike through the wooded landscape. 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia is known for its rich history and landmarks from the Revolutionary era. This is displayed through the presence of the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and Independence National Historical Park. A few other momentous landmarks include the Rocky statute and the LOVE sculpture. Don’t forget to order a Philly cheesesteak while you’re in town!


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