There is a reason, or even several, why we all live in Massachusetts. Perhaps the Bay State is just that great of a state to be in. We have tons of awesome attractions throughout Massachusetts. There's Boston, Salem, Martha's Vineyard, Cape Cod, the Berkshires, etc. Not only that, but there's so much rich history throughout the state that adds to it. Sure, people like to travel here, but it also has become apparent that there's at least a few spots that have been labeled as the best places to live in America.
Despite the fact Summer is unofficially over now that we're past Labor Day, we are in the midst of one of the warmer weeks (if not warmest) this year in Massachusetts. While we're currently looking at temperatures riding steadily in the 70s for highs throughout this week, there are certainly some warmer spots than others. So, what are the warmest cities and towns in Massachusetts traditionally?
If you live in New England, you're already well aware of some pretty amazing cities and towns that you have around you. It's one of the main reasons why the region is always so popular in terms of vacation destinations. As Summer winds down, perhaps you might look at some destinations to travel to during the upcoming Fall season. And with those specific destinations, there happen to be several great downtown areas throughout Massachusetts to take note of.