As the unofficial capital of New England, Boston quickly became one of the most important cities of the northeast soon after the Massachusetts Bay Colony was founded. Select one of the several rental car options in the Greater Boston Area and explore Revolutionary War era sites such as Bunker Hill and the Boston Tea Party museum, reopening in 2010.
Another common Massachusetts destination is Cambridge, where Harvard Ivy League tradition and MIT technological prowess collide. It is hard to come by a more academic town, and a Budget car rental location is on-site to help even out-of-towners rent like a genius. Yet Cambridge also has another unique distinction as the only American birthplace of a foreign monarch. Stop by King Bhumibol Adulyadej Square and read the plaque dedicated to Rama IX of Thailand.
Framingham sits at the opposite end of Middlesex County in Massachusetts. Decidedly less regal than Cambridge, Framingham is famous as the birthplace of Crispus Attucks, the first American who died in the fight for Independence. Read about him and other important local figures at the History Center, only a short drive from the local Budget Rent a Car.
For business, education, culture, or history, Budget makes getting around Massachusetts by car easy with car rental locations from inland to the bay. Go to Budget.com to find last minute Massachusetts rent a car deals that make it easy to be a true frugal Yankee.
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