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Salem: Following the Witch Trail

Once, during the summer holidays, relaxed friends decided to rent a car to drive around the most mystical places in Massachusetts, covered in gloomy legends, and there they... had a great time. Try it for yourself! Hello! I want to share a short travel scenario that will appeal to those who, like us, love to share travel moments with their best friends, and who also enjoy mysticism, or at least mystical movies and TV shows. In general, every American probably knows the story of Salem, at least thanks to the series of the same name, and, although in fact, this place isn't quite so sinister, that doesn't make it any less of interest. Four days will be enough to explore the town shrouded in secrets, visit the witch landmarks, and also hang out in nature and relax on the beaches.

Salem: Following the Witch Trail

4 days itinerary by Grace Hartman - - Car, 1 Hotel

Day 1: From Boston to Salem


We've hung out for a long time in Boston and arrived in the city of witches late afternoon. We've had a little walk in the city center, and noticed a cool restaurant.
Visiting: Salem

Day 2: Going on mysterious adventure


The first full day in Salem has been devoted to walks in the city streets, sometimes friendly, and sometimes frightening, a visit to the wax museum and the history of witches, as well as an excursion to the house, appeared in the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Visiting: Salem, Essex

Day 3: Beach holidays and time travel


A visit to the village of the first settlers was initially planned, but we've found an even more interesting alternative to explore the production of the seventeenth century. Unusual and interesting palce, perfect to have a great time on the beach and take some pictures with the house from a childhood movie.
Visiting: Salem, Danvers, Swampscott

Day 4: Time to go home


We've probably visited most of Salem’s really interesting sights, but nevertheless, I’d like to stay a bit longer here, but it’s time to return to Boston and fly home.
Visiting: Salem