Highlights: Boston - New York City - Philadelphia - Washington, DC
Other departures: Manchester - £2869, Birmingham - £2869, Bristol - £2969, Norwich - £3019, Newcastle - £2919, Edinburgh - £2919, Glasgow - £2869, Cardiff - £2969, Inverness - £2969
Day 1: Boston
Arrive Boston. Passengers will transfer to the hotel via Shuttle. Documents will be provided upon arrival to hotel. The centrally located hotel allows guests to walk to most sections of “America’s Walking City”, whether it’s the bustling waterfront, historic city center or elegant Back Bay.
Day 2: Boston
In the morning, there are many sightseeing opportunities in Boston. One can tour the USS Constitution, America’s oldest commissioned warship or walk the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill. Take a hop-on hop-off tour of the city.
Weather permitting, take a Whale Watch cruise out of Boston Harbor, or visit the hallowed streets of Cambridge, where one will find Harvard University and MIT.
This afternoon is a good time to do some last minute shopping. Faneuil Hall offers many boutique shops and casual restaurants. Pick up some souvenirs and grab a bite of lunch in this historic marketplace.
This evening, find delicious, intimate, neighborhood restaurants throughout Boston’s South End neighborhood.
Day 3: Boston-New York City
Morning transfer to South Station for the train to New York City. Driver meets passengers upon arrival and transfers to hotel.
From the hotel in Midtown Manhattan, one can walk to many attractions including Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building and Times Square, home to many Broadway shows.
Day 4: New York City
Take a hop-on hop-off tour of Manhattan. Plan to spend the day sightseeing in New York. See Wall St., home to the New York Stock Exchange, site of the Twin Towers, Central Park, Lincoln Center, Fifth Avenue and many other notable sites.
Day 5: New York City-Philadelphia
Transfer to Penn Station for the train to Philadelphia Upon arrival, driver will meet passengers and transfer to hotel.
The hotel is centrally located in the historic district for easy access to many of Philadelphia’s historical sites such as the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Betsy Ross House, where the nation’s first flag was sewn.
Day 6: Philadelphia
Take a hop-on hop-off tour of the city. Spend the day sightseeing in Philadelphia at such sites as the Franklin Institute and Independence Hall, and even climb the same steps that Rocky climbed in the movie of the same name. Rittenhouse Square is a great place to enjoy dinner at one of the area’s many restaurants.
Washington, DC is home to many celebrated symbols of American patriotism, and unique neighborhoods abound. National treasures, such as the museums of the Smithsonian Institution are free of charge and special events take place throughout the year.
Day 7: Philadelphia-Washington, DC
Transfer to 30th Street Station for the train to Washington, DC. Upon arrival, driver will meet passengers and transfer to hotel.
Day 8: Washington, DC
Take a hop-on hop-off tour of the city and visit some of the Smithsonian’s 19 museums. The Air and Space Museum is always a favorite, maintaining the largest collection of historic air and spacecraft in the world including the Spirit of St. Louis, and the Apollo 11 command module.
Tonight one may want to stroll along the streets of historic Georgetown and dine in one of the neighborhoods many restaurants, or perhaps see a show at the Kennedy Center, located on the banks of the Potomac River.
Day 9: Washington, DC
The shuttle will stop in front of your hotel to transfer you to the airport.