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If your trip to Framingham is all booked but your travel itinerary is a little on the empty side, we can give you a helping hand.
Stop by Framingham Community Theater. It's one sight you'll usually find on many travelers' to-do lists. If you still have room on that schedule, Danforth Museum of Art and Bowditch Field will keep you on the go, too.
Framingham offers some spectacular sights, but there's even more to keep you busy in the surrounding area. How does a landmark attraction sound? Faneuil Hall Marketplace is worth a day trip. You'll find it in Boston, 19 miles away.
If you love the taste of salt on your lips and the sight of seagulls soaring over the ocean, hop behind the wheel and spend some time ambling along the shore at Wayland Town Beach. You'll find this beautiful stretch of coastline 4 miles from Framingham.
After spending time chatting to like-minded individuals, it's always good to be able to relax and unwind someplace nearby. If you're visiting Framingham for work-related purposes, these are some of the best convention centers that are close to hotels, cafés and restaurants:
Here are our top tips on how to hit the road with some savings in your pocket:
Framingham knows how to entertain. You could spend a while in this place and not run out of things to see. If you want to soak up as much as you can in this buzzing metropolis, you'll need a rental car. Keep in mind that driving around big cities often goes hand in hand with tight streets and even tighter parking spaces. But don't worry — a mini or compact car can make this much less daunting. If you'd like to put the city behind you and explore some of the rolling hills that Framingham is known for, you'll want a car with more room to move. A mid-size or full-size SUV are perfect for scenic road trips.
First of all, there's an impressive variety of both luxury and economy rental vehicles available in Framingham. What you end up opting for depends on what you're willing to spend and what you're planning to do. Specialty vehicles are hard to beat if you're all about mod cons and comfort. If you want to treat yourself, why not go for a high-end SUV, or perhaps a fancy medium-sized sedan? On the other hand, if you just need something to get you from A to B as cheaply as possible, go for an economy vehicle (or something else that won't break the bank).