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RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Island is officially known as the “Ocean State” and occupies a small area completely dominated by the Atlantic Ocean and small bays. It concentrates a great diversity of attractions in a small area, making it an unforgettable destination. The “Ocean State” combines kilometers of beautiful beaches with a pulsating nightlife, unique gastronomy, chic shopping options and unlimited activities, all within a small area. Thanks to its unique coves and peninsulas, with spectacular views of the bays, it has become a very popular destination with tourists, sailing enthusiasts and those seeking a peaceful, pleasant and quaint place to visit.

TRAVEL GUIDE

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Activities & Tourist Attractions

  • The Elms
  • Belcourt Castle
  • Carey Mansion
  • Blithewold Gardens
  • Verrazzano Monument
  • Newport
  • Ninigret Pond National Wildlife Refuge
  • Lincoln Woods
  • Fort Adams
  • Burlingame
  • Haines Memorial
  • Bristol
  • Watch Hill

General Information

Altitude: 107 masl Surface Area: 4,0002 km² Time Zone: UTC -5 Language: English Currency: US dollar Voltage: 120 V

HOW TO GET THERE?

Warwick. T.F. Green Airport is the Rhode Island state airport and receives flights from Boston, New York and Canada. Boston’s Logan Airport is 90 km away and is the best option for international flights.

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