For business or private use, car rental has never been more reliable in Massachusetts than with the award-winning customer service of National Car Rental.
Things to See and Do in Massachusetts
If you are planning on entertaining a business client or on giving family or friends a day to remember, then a trip to the historic Fenway Park to watch the Red Sox in action is sure to thrill. National will provide the perfect car rental to get you there safely and comfortably.
If something more cultural or historical is preferred, then the Museum of Fine Arts and the Granary Burying Ground will not disappoint. Paul Revere, James Otis and 3 signatories to the Declaration of Independence are just a few of the distinguished Americans that lie buried here, which will keep history boffins totally captivated.
A visit to New England Aquarium will give a Kaleidoscopic view of fascinating ocean dwellers and one of Boston's many taverns and pizzerias will keep you well fed and hydrated when you are done with sightseeing
A Holiday by Car in Massachusetts
For your convenience, National is conveniently situated at Boston Logan International Airport. Here, they will not only attend to getting you comfortably settled in your rental car, but their award-winning customer service will also provide you with any travel advice you may need, or address any travel concerns you may have.
A summer holiday by car in Massachusetts offers a variety of scenic routes from roads that hug the coastline to those that wind through quaint villages. Hitting the road will allow you to decide your own itinerary and to stop at your leisure to enjoy local dishes such as fried clams and lobster roll
Famous Road Trips to Take in Massachusetts
When Boston's crimson foliage is at its best, one of the most popular road trips taken is the Mohawk trail that straddles the Berkshire Mountains. The trail is approximately 69 miles of magnificence that promises a visual attraction around every bend and never disappoints. Tackle the steep slopes of the Hoosac range and about 4 miles from downtown North Adams you will encounter the famous Hairpin Turn. Here you will have the privilege of witnessing the most spectacular view of the northern Berkshires.
Fortunately, there is a restaurant at which you can catch your breath and several Native American souvenir shops of interest. Meandering through deep forest and several historic towns, this trail also takes in an excellent art museum and many more dramatic vistas as it criss-crosses 5 major rivers. National provides cheap car hire that can tackle this precipitous terrain with comfort and ease.