It's no secret that Cape Cod is the summer getaway of choice for Bostonians, however, summer paradise comes with a cost—traffic. For urbanites who would rather read instead of navigating potential delays (or those that don't own a car), there are several hassle-free options from the city to the Cape by plane, train, bus or boat.
As you begin to plan your Cape Cod wedding and start to pull together your guest list, one question will arise - do you invite kids to your wedding? For some couples the answer is an easy yes or no, but below we will review some of the ways to handle the question of having kids at your wedding as well as ways to entertain them if they stick around.
Sipping on a summer cocktail is always a little sweeter when paired with ocean views and salty air. So make the most of your next happy hour with our picks for some of Cape Cod's best beach bars!
Wellfleet is known for its oysters. And with its annual OysterFest in October - now a highly anticipated Cape Cod tradition - the small Outer Cape town willingly embraces this creature of the sea.
While the beaches are the main attraction on Cape Cod, there are plenty of family-friendly parks, amusement centers and nautical activities to keep kids of all ages and their parents entertained all day.
Looking for ways to make the most of your seaside Independence Day celebrating on Cape Cod? From village parades and jaw-dropping fireworks displays to patriotic concerts that will have you singing right along, here's a round-up of just some of the ways you can show your red, white and blue stripes this Fourth of July!
While Cape Cod is most widely known as New England's summer playground, it also offers some of the most scenic views on the East coast. From stunning sunsets to iconic bridges and lively street scenes, here are the best places for picture-perfect memories
Sure, the dish originated in actual England, but Cape Cod restaurants have made golden-fried fish and chips distinctly their own. After a long day at the beach or at a table by the water, these favorite spots for fish and chips will have you hooked.
Massachusetts loves its ice cream. Year after year, the state top the charts for ice cream consumption.