Travel & Outdoors
There’s no need to leave Connecticut this fall to watch great live sporting action. From professional to collegiate to amateur, here are some in-state events worth watching.
At one time Connecticut’s co-capital city, New Haven is teeming with fine dining, culture and entertainment. There’s no way you can get to everything the city has to offer in one day, but the Chapel Street Historic District is a good place to start.
Here are five of the top outdoor basketball courts in the Nutmeg State.
Whether it’s a family trip, a romantic getaway or you’re just looking to visit someplace new, you’ll find a great destination here.
Connecticut is a quilt of neighborhoods and diversity. Here are some of the more significant cultural communities and places in Connecticut.
Here are some of the state’s restaurants that have consistently earned high marks from diners and critics. From American comfort food to fine French cuisine, their dishes are fully deserving of their praise.
Here are five of the top independent hotels in Connecticut that offer their guests breakfast on the house.
The Connecticut coastline is rich with seaside beaches, but its many lakes, riversides, ponds and town pools also offer sunny opportunities.
Here are few tips from the owner and top agent herself of French’s Worldwide Travel, Valeri French, for anyone who is planning to travel abroad.
Connecticut’s public parks are great places to have a picnic and a cookout. Here are five of the top parks with barbecues.