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Travel News March 2017

From Sandy Beaches of Cape Cod to the verdant Green Mountain State

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When you’re ready to relax, Massachusetts has it all, from the beauty of western Massachusetts’ forests and mountains to the sandy beaches of Cape Cod to the popular island communities on Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Seafood is plentiful and families can have fun on the sea whale watching or simply relaxing on the hundreds of pristine beaches.

New Hampshire’s well-deserved reputation as an outdoor paradise allows visitors to enjoy all the beauty of the great outdoors in all seasons. The ‘Granite State’ is home to the magnificent White Mountains and Mount Washington - the highest mountain in the northeast - and myriad lakes, ponds, rivers and, of course, the sea. New Hampshire boasts some of the region’s best skiing and hiking terrain — the White Mountains are home to the Appalachian Mountain Club’s High Huts, a delightful alpine experience complete with hot meals, and numerous ski resorts perfect for downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross- country skiing and snowshoeing enthusiasts alike. The coastal city of Portsmouth has a vibrant culture of dining and history, including the Strawbery Banke Museum, a living history museum great for the whole family. Take a Brewery Tour to see the sights and sample some local beer.

The smallest state in the US is just the right size for the perfect trip. Rhode Island has it all: beautiful beaches, excellent outdoor adventure opportunities and all that big city life offers in Providence. Providence is home to Brown University, the Rhode

Island School of Design (RISD) and the unique WaterFire display - from June to October. These mansions are perfect examples from the Colonial, Victorian and Gilded Ages - they are the extravagant summer homes of the nation’s wealthiest families and are now open to the public. Rhode Island’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary is ideal for whale watching. There are also several whale watching cruises that head out into the Atlantic to search for humpback, minke, and others as they feed in the summer.

It’s no wonder it’s called the ‘Green Mountain State’ - Vermont is as verdant and lovely as you could wish for. The Green Mountains are a year-round destination, and a hiker or skier's delight. Situated on the shores of beautiful Lake Champlain, Burlington is Vermont’s largest city. It has a bit of an edgy feel while retaining the classic New England small city vibe. Vermont boasts some of New England’s best food and drink, and produces the majority of the country’s maple syrup. Be sure to stop by one of the state’s 1,500 sugar houses to pick up some of this delicious treat, or enjoy a maple creamee (it’s not soft serve here!). The Ben & Jerry’s factory is in Waterbury and offers tours every day. With more than 25 breweries, Vermont has the most breweries in the United States. Bring your camera. Every road is a scenic drive in Vermont. Roadside attractions include the Cornish- Windsor Bridge, America's second-longest wooden covered bridge. It spans the Connecticut River and links Vermont to its neighbour, New Hampshire.

The jewel in New Jersey’s crown is its 130 miles of beautiful sandy beaches

Connecticut is perfect for outdoor adventures


Maine is the largest New England state

New Hampshire’s beauty can be enjoyed in all seasons


Flights are now available to book now at including:

Three weekly direct services to Stewart International Airport,

From July 1, Norwegian will launch a brand new service from Belfast International to Stewart International Airport, which is conveniently situated in New York State, 90 minutes

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Flights depart Belfast International at 16:20pm, arriving at Stewart International at 19:05pm (except on Tuesdays when flights depart Belfast at 15.40pm, arriving Stewart at 18.25pm) Fares start from £69 one way

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From July 1, Norwegian will launch Northern Ireland’s only direct flights to Providence, Rhode Island giving passengers access to New England’s key points of interest, with Boston 90 minutes away, together with Cape Cod,

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Norwegian will operate two weekly flights to Providence

Flights depart Belfast International at 15:45pm, arriving at Providence at 18:20pm - Fares start from £69 one way

The new transatlantic routes will be operated on brand new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft - Norwegian is the European launch customer for this state-of-the-art new aircraft which offers a longer range and greater seat capacity than existing single- aisle aircraft.

Passengers will be able to travel in a fresh and modern single-class economy cabin with hot and cold food options available to purchase onboard.

Norwegian is Europe’s third largest low-cost carrier, carrying 30 million yearly passengers to more than 140 global destinations.

Norwegian has been voted the Best Low-Cost Long-Haul Airline for two consecutive years at the renowned SkyTrax Awards, and the Europe’s Best Low-Cost Airline for four consecutive years.

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