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Holidays in Vermont​

Nudged up against the Canadian border, Vermont is the very opposite of urban - making it the perfect place to escape the city hubbub. For starters eighty per cent of it is forest, with the trees putting on a spectacular show as they turn from vibrant green to fiery red in autumn. Then there's the beautiful Green Mountains, hushed by snowfall in winter, as well as the glittering jewels of Lake Champlain and Lake Willoughby.

Even the towns in Vermont seem to come straight from the pages of a story book. They're quintessentially New England, which means a pointed church steeple rising from a cluster of white clapboard houses surrounding the village green. Red-barned farms dot the rolling countryside too, yielding the fresh produce that the State is known for; expect to find exquisite cheeses in the farmers' markets, and plenty of delicious farm-to-fork dishes in local restaurants.

One of the best things to do on holidays in Vermont is simply to take pot luck. Take a back road and you'll soon find yourself twisting past rivers and through tree tunnels, or trundling across a covered bridge. But if it's a destination you want, there are plenty of them, too. The Ben & Jerry's factory tour in Waterbury (with tasting!) is a must for ice cream addicts; the kids will love seeing the animals at Woodstock's Billings Farm and Museum; and history fans can visit the preserved village where President Calvin Coolidge was born.

The other great thing about this State is that it it's the perfect place to visit  all year round. Spring brings beautiful blooms; summer is tops for hiking and getting out on the lakes; autumn is when the fall colours steal the show; and winter has snow sports galore. Just pick your favourite  season.

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Take The Long Road

The hiking on holidays in Vermont will blow you away. There's countless trails to choose from, but one of the classics is the Long Trail, which runs for 270 miles through the Green Mountains past tumbling streams, peaceful forests and the peaks of low mountains. Just choose a section to suit - and don't miss the panoramic view from the top of the Mount Glastenbury fire tower.

Powder Perfect

Fans of the white stuff should head to Vermont in winter. There's fabulous skiing in resorts like Killington and Mount Snow, while Stowe combines slopes for all levels with a picture-postcard setting. Stop for a warming drink at the Trapp Family Lodge, owned and run by the famous Sound of Music family - then strap on your skis and take on the Front Four trails down the steep face of Mount Mansfield.

Kaleidoscope Of Colour

With so much forest, New England's fall colour is perhaps at its most vivid in Vermont. Pick any road and you'll drive past an endless sea of oranges, reds, and golds in every hue imaginable.Or walk one of the trails through the trees to see the fiery colours close up.

Shelburne Museum

An absolute treasure trove of art and Americana, this quirky collection includes Impressionist paintings, folk art, quilts and textiles, decorative arts and furniture - and is a must-see on holidays in Vermont. What's more, some of the 150,000 exhibits are displayed across 25 historic buildings specially relocated from elsewhere. There's a lighthouse, rail station and a stagecoach inn!

Maple Syrup

Sweet, sticky and heavenly tasting, no State produces more maple syrup than Vermont - and it's top quality, too.
Be sure to stop by a diner for a delicious plate of pancakes drenched in the stuff.

Fly Drive Holiday: New England Six State Sampler

Boston– Ogunquit –North Conway – Stowe – Lenox – Mystic – Newport – Hyannis- Boston

For an introduction to the delights of New England, this six state sampler fly drive itinerary is hard to beat. Start in the region’s largest city, Boston before taking to the road and sampling the coastal wonders of Maine, the mountain vistas of New Hampshire, the charming rural scenery of Vermont, the antique shops of Connecticut, the revolutionary history of Massachusetts and the extravagant summer mansions of Rhode Island. Buzzing city life, history, culture, fantastic natural scenery and time for relaxing on the beach – what more could you want from a holiday?.
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Escorted Coach Tour: Colours of New England Holiday

Boston – Bar Harbor – White Mountains – Green Mountains – Newport – Cape Cod – Martha's Vineyard - Boston

This recommended escorted coach tour option will take you through some of the iconic sights of New England. Start in Boston, the cradle of American Liberty, before heading along the Maine coast to Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. From here, you'll make your way inland to the undulating scenery of the White and Green Mountains before circling back to the coast via Newport and Cape Cod. There really is no better way to see the vibrant colours of New England than on this comprehensive escorted coach tour, with an expert guide on hand to highlight all the key attractions that you will see and experience along the way.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Best of New England

Boston – Kennebunkport – Bar Harbor – White Mountains – Stowe – The Berkshires – Newport – Cape Cod

Our suggested fly drive itinerary showcases the natural beauty and scenic vistas that only New England conjures. Start in Boston, the gateway to this region, steeped in history that effortlessly blends with modern city life. Then, take in the glorious Maine coastline for unforgettable views of the rugged cliffs and lighthouses that hug this state. Afterwards, drive inland for the breathtaking mountain ranges and scenic beauty of New Hampshire and Vermont Next, is the lively arts scene of The Berkshires in Massachusetts before Newport, Rhode Island. Your holiday finishes up in Cape Cod.
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Time Difference:
GMT- 5hours.

Getting around:
Hire a car and explore the rural byways of Vermont, offering you access to the state’s hills, lakes, vineyards, orchards and walking trails. Car hire starts at just £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
Vermont’s fall foliage is widely considered to be the most beautiful in the USA. If you want to make the most of the season, get there early. The leaves start to change from mid-September and the dramatic colours generally last until mid-October. 

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.


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