Soaring skyscrapers, historic monuments and gourmet greats are all waiting to be discovered amid the contrasting metropolises of America’s East Coast. You’ll stay in the lap of luxury while exploring the cultural highlights of Boston, New York and Washington D.C on this three-stop adventure.
Revolution & Red Sox
You’ll begin your trio of city breaks in Boston, staying for three nights amongst the brownstone buildings and superb restaurants of the trendy Back Bay area. Boston is known as ‘America’s Walking City’ due to its easy navigability, making it a pleasure to explore. Walk the historic Freedom Trail, as your guide highlights some of the most important sites of the American Revolution. Visit the historic Harvard University buildings, catch baseball fever at a Red Sox match, then take a sunset stroll along the Charles River.
New York State of Mind
Hop on the Amtrak train south to the ‘Big Apple’ for a four-night stay in the heart of Manhattan. Get your bearings with a short helicopter tour over NYC’s most iconic landmarks – including the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge – before sipping cocktails overlooking Central Park. Spend time getting to know the city’s diverse districts, from bustling Times Square to upmarket Soho and hip Brooklyn. For the culturally inclined, the impressive Museum of New York and Met Museum of Art are must visits, and of course th0065re’s world class shopping and some of the best and most varied cuisine in the whole of the USA. We can arrange private guides, help source the best tickets for Broadway shows and make any restaurant reservations in advance – whatever you need to make the most of your time in this magical city.
Another short train ride takes you to America’s political capital, Washington D.C. You’ll spend three nights exploring the numerous landmarks, superb museums and quaint neighbourhoods that D.C has to offer. Enjoy a private guided tour of the National Mall area, home to famous sights including the Washington Monument, Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials and The White House. Spend time in one of the Smithsonian Institute’s 19 museums and galleries, then explore the cobbled streets and fashionable boutiques of enchanting Georgetown.