Between Boston and Worcester lies a scenic and vibrant region known to locals as Metrowest. Within its vague borders, you’ll find some of the most picturesque New England villages and towns, exciting and diverse cities, and easy access to Boston via its numerous highways, byways and ample public transportation.
Metrowest is full of fantastic shopping, dining, nightlife, and attractions, which you’ll find deep in the town centers and all along Route 9, our vibrant commercial artery. In the very heart of Metrowest, Route 9 passes through the “Golden Triangle”, a shopping district which straddles Framingham and Natick, and is packed to the gills with restaurants, shopping plazas, and the Natick Mall, the largest mall in New England.
The Boston Marathon, run each spring on Patriots Day, is almost entirely a Metrowest event. It starts in Hopkinton, and blazes a trail through the towns of Ashland, Framingham, Natick, Wellesley, Newton, and Brookline before reaching the Boston city limits.
Whether you’re interested in serene, historic communities like Southborough, Westborough, Hudson, or Sudbury, or more dynamic, culture-rich hubs like Newton, Waltham, Framingham, or Marlborough, I’ve got you covered with extensive knowledge.