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What are the major attractions in Danvers?

If your trip to Danvers is all sorted out but your travel itinerary is a little on the empty side, let us give you a helping hand.

Stop by Witch Trials Memorial. It's one sight you'll find on most travelers' to-do lists. If you still have room on your travel itinerary, Glen Magna Farms and Putnam House will keep you on the go, as well.

What are the best road trip destinations near Danvers?

Danvers has some sensational sights, but there's even more to experience in the surrounding area. How does an iconic attraction sound to you? Boston is 16 miles away and home to Faneuil Hall Marketplace. It's worth a day trip.

Where are the best beaches near Danvers?

There's nothing quite like rolling down the car window and feeling the cool, salty air on your face while you're cruising by the sea. Pack some yummy snacks and spend a few hours enjoying the sun at one of the stunning beaches near Danvers. Top options include:

  • Plum Cove (6 miles away).
  • Singing Beach (10 miles away).
  • Revere Beach (11 miles away).

Where are the best convention centers near Danvers?

Constantly traveling for business-related purposes? Convention centers are probably like a second home to you. With easy access to hotels and cafés, you can be sure your trip will go off without a hitch if you're heading to any of these places:

  • TD Garden (16 miles away).
  • Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (16 miles away).
  • Hancock Conference Center (16 miles away).

How can I get a cheap car rental in Danvers?

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  • You can often save yourself some dollars if your travel plans are flexible. Look into different days and dates and see how much you can save;
  • No one likes getting charged a late fee. Avoid having to pay for another full day by ensuring your pickup and drop-off times are similar;
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What kind of rental car should I get for Danvers?

No other mode of transportation can give you convenience and freedom like your own set of wheels. No matter the reason for your escape to Danvers, has a terrific range of vehicles to choose from. Spending time in the city with your significant other? Get cozy by grabbing the keys to a convertible. A delight to drive and easy to park in tight spots, you'll adore sitting side by side in one of these zippy rides. A full-size SUV is a good option for families with youngsters. There's plenty of space for everyone and you can venture where you want, when you want. If you're on the road for work, a premium car will transport you from meeting to conference in style and comfort.

Should I get a luxury rental car in Danvers?

You'll be glad to hear that there's a huge variety of both high-end and economy vehicles to rent in Danvers. What you end up going for depends on how much you want to spend and the activities you've got planned. Specialty vehicles are all about mod cons and comfort. If you feel like splashing out, why not go for a fully kitted-out SUV, or perhaps a cushy medium-sized sedan? Otherwise, if you just need a set of wheels to get from A to B as efficiently as possible, you're better off going with an economy vehicle (or something else that won't burn a hole in your pocket).