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Car Shipping To and From Massachusetts

Planning a move or trip can be stressful. Don’t add to the stress by driving your vehicle for countless hours. We can take care of that part for you! Auto shipping companies have the equipment and know-how to make vehicle transport in Massachusetts stress-free.

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The State of Massachusetts

Massachusetts is the most populous state in the region of New England in the U.S. The Bay State borders Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York. A wide range of well-known colleges and universities are located there, including the prestigious Harvard University. Harvard is the first higher learning institution in the country (since 1636) and a life goal for many passionate scholars.


Boston is Massachusetts' capital and the largest city and is considered one of the world's greatest cities to live in. Education, culture, art, sports, history, beautiful sightseeing, and public gardens make the city so incredibly attractive. 

There are plenty of fun activities to do around Boston. From fun explorations to a sunny day's picnic at the park, the city’s vibe and weather during each season make everything much more magical. During winter, Boston’s weather tends to be snowy and perfect for outdoor activities on the ice. Spring is fresh and beautifully colored, fall is crispy and orange, and the summer is just as warm and enjoyable as it should be.



Cambridge is a small-town city in Massachusetts, located across the Charles River from Boston. Home to Harvard University, Cambridge is well known for its grassy Harvard Yards and Widener Library across the campus. 

Harvard Square has enjoyable cafes, bookstores, ice cream shops, and bars where students, professors, and tourists stop to enjoy themselves. Harvard Art Museums are also a main attraction in Cambridge since important collections from Fogg, Busch-Reisinger and Arthur M Sackler are exhibited. On the southeast part of Cambridge, the distinguished Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) campus is found.

Cambridge has been ranked as the second-best city to live in the nation in the year 2022, according to a report from Niche.

Top Tourist Attractions

  • Boston and Cambridge

Plenty of historical landmarks, Fenway Park, museums of fine arts, science, and children's activities are all around Massachusetts, especially in Boston and Cambridge. The world-class New England Aquarium is a must for kids or family vacations, as well as the ferry ride to the Boston Harbor Islands. 

Following the red brick path of the Freedom Trail will get you to learn and see different historic buildings and churches that make the cities so iconic and outstanding. And don’t forget about a trip to the Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Newbury Street.

  • On the Water Activities

You can explore and dive in the clear waters around Boston while relaxing in the warm sunny weather on beaches like Tiny Nickerson. 

At Revere Beach, miles of shoreline are available for walking while watching the ocean waves and summer concerts. 

Carson Beach has a recreation area where you can swim freely in the ocean since it's considered one of the best swimming beaches in the state, with beautiful views of Boston Harbor. 

The ferry is another fun option to explore the Harbor Islands, as you can spend the day at the National Park and enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, picnicking, or swimming. 

  • Boston Common

Boston Common is considered the oldest public park in the United States and one of the most important in the nation’s history. The park played a crucial role in history since it was the main piece for conservation, military, landscape, architecture, and political history in the state of Massachusetts. Besides its beautiful green trees, colorful flowers, perfect gardens, and open areas, The Common is among the greatest amenities and most visited outdoor spaces in Boston and the state. In addition to that, the park is home to different monuments and statues about the conservation movement in Massachusetts.



Public transportation is one of the most common options for getting around Massachusetts, mainly around the Boston and Cambridge areas. It will save you time, stress, and money while traveling quickly across the zone. 

For areas out of the urban zone, driving your own vehicle may be the best option. You can explore the different locations around the city and even take a trip to a nearby state, such as New York. 

But, when it comes to public transportation, we recommend you take the Boston subway (usually called the “T”), ride the bus, commuter rail, ferries, water taxis, or platform services such as uber. 

For visitors or tourists, the T and water taxis are an excellent option for getting around the city and exploring top tourist spots. You can also enjoy riding shared bikes around the city (“Hubway”), touring on the trolley, or walking. 

Massachusetts’ size is just perfect for walking and exploring the different tourist attractions that are mainly located in Boston. You can also bring your own car or rent one and leave it at the city’s parking lots while you enjoy the magical Bay State.

Major Cities in Massachusetts

  • Boston

  • Salem

  • Cambridge

  • Worcester 

  • Fall River

  • Plymouth