Plymouth is a very attractive and of high historical importance coastal town, located in Massachusetts, north of Boston. According to historical records, this is the place where the first Pilgrim settlement was founded in 1620. Plymouth Rock (Pilgrim Memorial State Park) is believed to be the exact spot where the settlers first landed on shore. Usually, you will find there the modern replica of “Mayflower II,” the ship that carried the settlers across the Atlantic Ocean. Other top Plymouth attractions for history buffs include the Plimoth Plantation (a fascinating living history museum), Pilgrim Hall Museum (the oldest museum in the US that operates continually since 1824), and Mayflower House Museum. For the outdoors/nature enthusiasts, we suggest exploring Myles Standish State Forest (a huge forest, actually Commonwealth’s second largest, that contains 16 lakes and ponds; ideal for hiking, lake-related activities, mountain-biking, fishing, wildlife observation, etc.) and Ellisville Harbor State Park. For the golfers, Plymouth Country Club is a top attraction. While for those fond of culture, we suggest visiting Plymouth Center for Arts and attending the famous annual Plymouth Independent Music Festival (a 2-day midsummer celebration of local & emerging music). Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 40 and nearby Plymouth with the cost per room per night mostly varying between $75 – $150.