Explore New England on a Titan Touring Holiday
Book your New England adventure with Titan Travel and visit a host of fascinating attractions around the region. Our touring holidays offer a fantastic combination of city sightseeing and rural exploration to enable you to truly get under the skin of beautiful, historic New England.
The largest of the New England states, Maine is a haven for lovers of the great outdoors with a landscape ranging from mountains and forests to rugged coastline. Travel here while visiting New England in the fall to see the beginning of the area's colourful transformation, which starts in mid-September. Highlights of a trip to Maine include the state capital, Augusta, and the chance to explore the spectacular Acadia National Park.
Known as the Granite State, New Hampshire is famous for being home to the White Mountains and hundreds of lakes, including Lake Winnipesaukee, which offers great cruising opportunities. The predominantly rural landscape in New Hampshire means it is the perfect stop on New England coach tours taking place in the autumn to see the leaves change colour in awe-inspiring fashion.
Scenic Vermont is a state packed with beautiful natural sights, from the rolling Green Mountains to Lake Champlain and the various byways that are ideal for exploring the area during the fall. Potential excursions include a tour of the Ben & Jerry ice cream factory in Stowe, where you can sample lots of delicious flavours.
Massachusetts is the place to go to find out more about the founding of the USA. Packed with history and culture, the state is home to the vibrant city of Boston - where you can walk the Freedom Trail and visit numerous museums and galleries - and see the delightful fishing villages and picturesque coastal scenery of Cape Cod.
Connecticut is the ideal destination if you want to sample great food and wine and experience a combination of traditional New England life and a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Highlights here include Mystic Seaport, which recreates 19th-century coastal America and makes for a charming excursion. Connecticut is conveniently situated close to New York and Boston for easy access to and from both cities.
The smallest state in the USA offers just as unforgettable an experience as the rest of New England. Its two main cities, Newport and Providence, are well worth visiting for the former's spectacular mansions and the latter's arts attractions and restaurants. Travellers should also take the opportunity to head to Old Sturbridge Village, which recreates life in a typical 19th-century farming village.