Travel & Outdoors
While so many other people are chasing the sun, there are plenty of places closer to home where Connecticut families can enjoy their spring break. Here are just five of the top destinations to get away with the family while staying within a seven-hour drive of home.
College students don’t need to fly or travel far to have a good time on their spring break. Make lasting memories and take in local sights in cities, beach towns and ski resorts within driving distance from your Connecticut home or college.
Connecticut is home to a lot of wealthy people, and its finest hotels compete to provide them and their visitors with luxurious accommodations, sumptuous menus and memorable services. Here are just five of the top luxury hotels in Connecticut.
As winter reaches and passes its midpoint, Connecticut runners (and walkers) want and need to get out and move – and most do it for worthy causes. Here are just five of the top “spring” races coming up in Connecticut.
Here are just five of the top places to get away from it all over the Martin Luther King Day break.
Fortunately for travelers from in and out of state, knowledgable, enthusiastic and in some cases even costumed guides are available to shepherd visitors about these and other wonders that can be found in the Nutmeg State.
Entertainment, cultural events, sporting events and seasonal treasures are some of the focal points of what 2015 has to offer in the Nutmeg State.
Whether it is a snowy slope, a whitewater river, a quiet forest campground or a bicycle trail, wherever the outdoor adventurer wants to go, they will find some great places in Connecticut to rent just about everything they will need for a memorable and safe adventure.
Here are just five of the best spots to go or to get information about the top spots for winter outdoor adventures in Connecticut.
Follow this guide for fun ideas to celebrate the holiday season and also for how to have an enjoyable Thanksgiving weekend for visitors in Connecticut.