Dublin, NH (May 2019) — From the sandy beaches of Cape Cod to New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, Yankee’s annual Best of New England summer travel guide (May/June 2019) is the ultimate collection of epic destinations and getaways. With nearly 200 tips and ideas from the magazine’s expert editors, the annual travel […]
By Yankee Magazine
Apr 26 2019
Dublin, NH (May 2019) — From the sandy beaches of Cape Cod to New Hampshire’s White Mountains and Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, Yankee’sannual Best of New England summer travel guide (May/June 2019) is the ultimate collection of epic destinations and getaways. With nearly 200 tips and ideas from the magazine’s expert editors, the annual travel guide is brimming with recommendations on the best family-friendly activities, seaside hotels, luxury escapes, dining hot spots, historical attractions, and more—all in the New England region.
“Summer is a time to escape, discover, explore, unwind, enjoy. This special Yankee travel issue is always one of our favorites and reminds us of how fortunate we are to reside in New England,” said editor Mel Allen. “Each year, we’re are grateful to convey a new list with our top picks of the most memorable, exciting and enduring places in New England and how to find them.”
The May/June 2019 issue of Yankee, which hits newsstands by May 1, includes the following coverage:
Best of New England– Yankee’s annual summer travel guide, offering nearly 200 editors’ picks for dining, lodging, and attractions that are well worth the drive in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, plus special recommendations for Boston and Cambridge.
63 Reasons Why We Love the Cape and Islands(Pg. 64) – From whale watching to timeless villages to miles of soft, sandy beaches, Yankee’s editors share their favorite reasons to visit Cape Cod and its island neighbors, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Tour de Fork (Pg. 48) – Discover the heart of New England’s food scene, as Yankee takes to the streets on culinary walking tours that cover everything from old-school Italian eateries to sustainability-minded bistros. Come along as we visit Boston’s North End as well as the cities of Portland, Maine; New Haven, Connecticut; Providence, Rhode Island; and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Disconnect to Connect (Pg. 92) – In the pristine wilderness of northern Vermont, families retreat to a classic backwoods resort called Quimby Country to unplug from modern life and reconnect with each other.
The Cog Turns 150 (Pg. 102) – All aboard the iconic steam-powered train that climbs into the clouds to the summit of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington. Chuffing along for 150 years now, the Cog allows passengers to view the breathtaking landscape on a ride unlike any other in America.
Välkommen to Midsommar (Pg. 96) – Every June, visitors from all over the world come to Maine’s North County to experience Midsommar, a summer solstice festival that celebrates the region’s deep Swedish roots in ways that are both staunchly traditional and wonderfully charming.
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Based in Dublin, New Hampshire, Yankee: New England’s Magazine was founded in 1935 and is the iconic American magazine covering the finest that New England has to offer. Covering classic New England travel destinations, food traditions, and home and lifestyle stories with stunning photography and artwork, Yankee has featured many notable American writers in its pages such as Robert Frost, John Updike, and Stephen King. With a total circulation of nearly 300,000 and a total audience of 1.8 million readers, the magazine is published by Yankee Publishing Inc. (YPI), a family-owned, independent company. Yankee has also partnered with WGBH to produce Weekends with Yankee, a 13-episode documentary series on public television that taps into Yankee’s extensive behind-the-scenes access to the region’s six states. YPI also owns the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical, The Old Farmer’s Almanac, and McLean Communications. More information about Yankee is available at: https://newengland.com/press-contact/
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