New Hampshire

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New Hampshire — Capitalizing on its old New England charm, New Hampshire is chock-full of quaint, small towns populated with cozy inns, covered bridges, and old-fashioned general stores. Equally present are antiques shops, especially on Antique Alley along Route 4, and sports stores, selling outdoor gear and apparel for the many active types that descend in droves to the slopes of White Mountain resorts (like Bretton Woods) and the shores of the Lakes Region. In a state where moose sightings are an everyday occurrence, don’t be surprised to also find high-end spas and fine dining restaurants.

Why Go

For year-round outdoor pursuits, like fall foliage tours, winter skiing, summer beaches, and farmers’ markets.

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Have a Sweet Weekend: Affordable Maple Sugar Getaways in Vermont & New Hampshire

March 19, 2014 by Christine Wei

Get excited, sweet tooths of America: It’s maple sugaring season in New England. Here are some places to indulge in both Vermont and New Hampshire– two of the ... Read More »


U.S. Museums with Free or Pay-as-You-Wish Entry

January 30, 2014 by Christine Wei

We're big fans of museums, wherever we go. And we'd never begrudge an amazing exhibit due support, particularly at smaller institutions that could use the help. ... Read More »


10 Beautiful Ski & Mountain Towns In North America

October 25, 2013 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Travelers across the US are starting to dust off their ski poles and practice their knee bends, as resorts in the northeast, midwest, southwest –anywhere, ... Read More »


Five of the Best College Campus Hotels

August 20, 2013 by Karen Gardiner Dion

It's that time of year again: the time when fresh-faced, idealistic college freshman descend upon the campuses of America. For the rest of us, whose college ... Read More »


5 Small Towns with Big 4th of July Plans

June 27, 2013 by Jessica Colley

The big city 4thof July celebrations – like the fireworks on the Hudson River in New York City – often get all the attention, but small town America also has a ... Read More »

New Hampshire Advice


“Booking directly with an airline (as opposed to an OTA) gives you more flexibility should you need to change your travel plans later.”

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