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Cape Cod is one of the most popular coastal destinations on the east coast. The region, which stretches from the far-flung settlement of Provincetown to the towns of Sandwich and Falmouth, is characterized by its picturesque villages with colorful fishing houses and historical atmosphere. The beautiful beaches here fill up with families enjoying the calm waters and heritage sites.

It’s a deceptively large region of Massachusetts, so rent a car through Orbitz if you want to see the extent of the peninsula. Make sure you drive to Hyannis, where you can board a boat to islands such as Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.

Cape Cod and beyond: Explore the exhilarating East Coast

Once you’ve driven around Cape Cod, use your rental car to drive further afield, stopping in towns and cities that are rich with history. We’ve chosen three of the nearby highlights along the coast of New England.

Providence, Rhode Island

The capital of Rhode Island isn’t as famous as other New England destinations, which means that you’ll encounter fewer tourists as you explore. Brown University is one of the highlights here, while the elegant mansions of Benefit Street house museums and historical home tours. Come in summer to watch the river get set on fire at special WaterFire events.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 75 miles


Beautiful Boston is a compact, history-packed city, and one of the most popular destinations to visit in New England. Culture vultures can visit the Museum of Fine Arts, sports fans will head to Fenway Park for a ball game, and history buffs can follow the Freedom Trail to learn more about revolutionary history. Cambridge, the city over the river, is home to both Harvard and MIT, where you can tour their stunning campuses.

Journey time: Around 1 hour 30 minutes

Distance: Approximately 70 miles


The first pilgrims to America settled in scenic Plymouth, a town which retains strong links to its past today. Plimoth Plantation recreates that moment in history, with wooden buildings, guides in period costume, and traditional craft lessons. Pilgrim Hall, a replica Mayflower, and a 17th-century mill add to the old-world atmosphere of this picturesque coastal destination.

Journey time: Around 35 minutes

Distance: Approximately 30 miles