New England has so much to offer and appeals to all types of vacationers.
It's guaranteed to be a dream vacation.
The beautiful churches, relaxing atmosphere and historical building preservation are just a few things that make the small towns of New England so special.
I'd recommend a stay in any of these little towns for a romantic getaway.
One of their historic bed and breakfasts would make the stay just perfect.
If small town charm is appealing to you, consider a visit to Stowe, Vt.
; Hanover, N.
; or Concord, Mass.
Every American should see Concord's Colonial Inn at least once.
If a small town isn't your speed, have no fear; you can still have a big city experience in many parts of New England.
There are a number of world-class hotels and modern city experiences you won't want to miss.
If the hustle and bustle of city life is what you desire, I'd suggest a visit to Portland, Me.
; Providence, R.
; Burlington, Vt.
; or one of my favorite cities, Boston, Mass.
Portland is full of beautiful old homes and tree-lined streets as well as 5-star hotels, fine dining and art galleries.
In Providence you'll find the Ivy league charm of Brown University, along with the wonderful night life that can be found in most college towns.
Burlington is an outdoor oasis with many shops, restaurants of all types, street vendors and wonderful seasonal festivals.
Boston, in my opinion, is one of the greatest U.
There's a great mix of old and new, like historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace with amazing dining and shopping options.
The city also provides many cultural offerings with its numerous museums and art galleries.
If a seaside vacation is what you desire, your options are limitless.
Are you a beach and seafood lover? It's no secret that New England has stunning coastal scenery and probably the best seafood in the country.
If you're hoping for a luxurious view of the Atlantic Ocean, consider York Harbor, Me.
It's exactly the way you might envision Maine as you've seen it in movies, with a stretch of beautiful beaches and lighthouses.
Of course, Martha's Vineyard has always been one of New England's most appealing destinations.
You'll have a selection of private bed and breakfasts; if you've never stayed at a B and B, they're quite romantic.
Close to Martha's Vineyard is Chatham, Mass.
, a small, local fishing community.
You won't find commercial chains in Chatham.
It's the perfect romantic getaway for a couple needing some rest and relaxation.
Whatever New England destination you choose, you can't go wrong.
The nice part about New England is you can often visit more than one of their beautiful cities during your week of vacation.
Just do your homework!