A “must-see” destination, Baltimore offers arts, entertainment, education, as well as Mount Vernon, and the birthplace of Babe Ruth.


With its unique blend of historic neighborhoods, food, nightlife, and culture, Boston is a favorite destination for millions, for countless reasons.

Cape Cod and the Islands

Explore the beauty and relaxation Cape Cod and the islands provide, along with their white sandy beaches. Its been a summer haven for city dwellers for centuries.


Hartford is known for its diverse culture, educational resources, and entertainment, not to mention that it is the “insurance capital of the world”

New York City

From the dazzling lights of Broadway’s theater district and Times Square, breathtaking views from the Empire State Building.


The U.S. Constitution was adopted and the Declaration of Independence was written here. The Liberty Bell still sounds here, the home of the cheese steak sandwich.


The Springfield Knowledge-Corridor hosts over 160,000 university students and 32 universities and liberal arts colleges. The largest city in western New England.

Washington, DC

Packed with historic architecture, federal buildings, memorials, and lovely parks, Washington, DC is where history is made.


40 miles west of Boston, Worcester is the second largest city in New England. Known as the “Heart of the Commonwealth”, it features Victorian-era mill architecture.



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