The heat is on and a day trip to the beach is on all of our wishlists. But where to? From popular spots to secluded sanctuaries, we found the best beach spots in Massachusetts for soaking up the sun (so you don’t have to.)
Picture this: Sweet summer has arrived and you hear sandy beach waves and scenic roadtrips calling your name. You find the perfect vacation spot, pack everything you need, and hit the road. After traveling, you finally get to your stay and take a moment to stretch and breathe. You feel refreshed and rejuvenated already. You’re tired after your travels so you order some food service and drinks and start to doze off– but you jolt awake. Did you lock the back door? You look at your phone and see the handyman is coming by tomorrow for that appointment you forgot about. You have a missed call from the dog sitter, too. Suddenly, your getaway feels not so away and you’re not able to relax because you didn’t prepare ahead of time.
As the world is opening up, we know that people are looking to travel again. Traveling can always be stressful but even more so now, when people are out of the habit and unsure about COVID precautions and protocols, what is open and what isn’t. We can help navigate your travel planning needs. Whether for business or pleasure, reducing or eliminating travel related hassles will make your trip more enjoyable and well worth the time. Continue reading
If you’re a die hard Boston Red Sox fan and can’t wait for the regular season to begin, you’re probably itching to attend Spring Training season games. We don’t blame you. In addition to getting to watch your favorite team in a more intimate setting, you also get to escape to Florida and enjoy a warmer winter. If you’re ready to plan a last-minute Red Sox Spring Training trip, we have a few tips for you.
So you’ve decided to rent a beach house this summer on Cape Cod for your next trip or family vacation. Great! But where do you begin? Vacation rental websites can be more overwhelming than helpful. That’s where we come in! Allison, our Cape Cod concierge, was born and raised on the Cape and has helped her clients, friends and family find the perfect Cape Cod rental. Here are her insider tips for a successful visit. Continue reading
This is the year you’re going to travel more, pack better and arrange for your airport transport earlier than six hours before your flight. Right?
The Boston Common is the perfect place to bring your family, whether you’re a local or visiting from out town. It’s home to kids’ favorite Tadpole Playground and the Frog Pond, which in wintertime turns into an ice rink. Continue reading
Boston is known as a major US city that has a small town feel. Its neighborhoods are distinct, have plenty of character and are easy to travel from one to the next. If you’re not used to city living, navigating Boston can be a challenge. Our team at Fini has the best transportation options and insider tips for you to know how to get around Boston and make the most of your visit.
While boutique and luxury hotels do have their benefits when traveling, more people are opting to rent homes through Airbnb, HomeAway and VRBO. It’s nice to feel like you’re home even though you’re not technically at home. Vacation rentals offer nice amenities such as a kitchen, a yard to relax, a family room to chill out, and a dining area to have home cooked meals. What these lack is a vacation home rental concierge service like hotels offer.
Provincetown holds a special place in our hearts. Our Co-Founder, Ed, and Cape Cod Concierge, Allison, grew up on its sandy beaches. That means we have the insider scoop on dining, shopping, and everything you need to make the most out of your time in Ptown.