We’ll travel with you to the best city in New England! Boston is located on the northeastern Atlantic coast of Massachusetts Bay. It was founded in the early 17th century around a large natural bay at the mouth of the Charles River. We will start our journey with a visit to Greater Boston, or rather Cambridge, home to two world-famous universities – the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard. Our tour will take us to Harvard’s most mysterious and fascinating places, delving into the history and finding out why these places are so mysterious and important. The Old Harvard Yard is lined with student dormitories, centred on a statue of the famous philanthropist, Father John Harvard. Our route continues through the city centre to Copley Square, named after the famous artist. It is surrounded by fine architectural monuments. The John Hancock Tower crowns the corner. The square and the tallest building in “New England”, the 226-metre-tall mirrored facade of the tower reflects the magnificent Trinity Church and the original Hancock building. On the roof of the latter is a beacon to predict the weather. Later, we’ll head to historic downtown Boston, where we’ll take the FREEDOM TRAIL. We’ll see the Massachusetts Legislative Assembly Building, walk along Beacon Hill, which was the city’s most fashionable area in the 19th century, and preserve the unique federal buildings designed by renowned architect Charles Bulfinch. Then we’ll travel to the heart of Boston, where we’ll approach the Chapel Royal and the Old Cemetery, and see the site where the first public school opened in 1635. Underneath the old State House, we will admire the magnificent skyscrapers, and we will stop at Fanail Hall with its characteristic grasshopper-shaped aircraft.
Free time, we offer a boat trip for those who wish (additional fee 28 €/person).
New York City is the world’s most important city and the largest city in the USA. With its skyscrapers and bright lights, New York is a city of extremes. It is impossible to imagine a more colourful, diverse, noisy, crazy city. New York is divided into five large zones: Staten Island, Queens, the Bronx, Brooklyn and the most expensive and bohemian, Manhattan, with Times Square at its heart. The Statue of Liberty is the city’s main attraction. The city is also home to: hundreds of museums of all kinds, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, whose collection is considered to be one of the most valuable and unique on the planet.
Our tour starts from the most famous street, Fifth Avenue. We’ll wander through Rockefeller Center and visit St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the most beautiful and largest neo-Gothic religious building in New York. We’ll see the skyline of Central Park, visit Madison Square Garden and admire the beauty of the city’s skyscrapers. Time Square and Broadway will be on the way. Next, we’ll head to Wall Street, today the centre of the financial district. We will see the Federal Reserve Building where US currency is issued, the New York Stock Exchange, the bronze bull, the symbol of Wall Street, next to the Customs House, Bettari Park along the Hudson River, and the World Financial Centre. We will pass the Statue of Liberty by ferry.
In your free time, you will have the unique opportunity to visit one of Manhattan’s observation towers: One World Observatory or Topo f The Rock, which is located in Rockefeller Center (for an additional fee ~ 42 USD) with a view of the entire city.
You’ll see that New York City is amazing!
We continue our tour of New York with a look at the UN Headquarters building (visual tour), philanthropist and multimillionaire John D. Rockefeller Jr., who donated $8.5 million to the United States and the United States. John Rockefeller, Jr., donated USD 8.5 million to buy a plot of land in the East River area. The skyline of the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, the Metropolitan Opera in Lincoln Center will surprise us with its forms. Next, we will pass the Dakota Building, where John Lennon lived and was assassinated. The panorama of Central Park, Museum Mile, will not leave you indifferent. Our next destination will be Harlem. Columbia University, the oldest and most beautiful university, was founded as King’s College, and we’ll take a walk around the grounds and see the secluded corners of the campus. The university is part of the Ivy League, and famous for its schools of legal medicine and journalism. In the centre of Harlem is St. St John’s Cathedral in the centre of Harlem will impress you with its size and architecture. Free time.
For those who wish, we offer an excursion to Brighton Beach (Additional charge: 25 €/person). A place where life seems to have frozen over for 70-80 years. “Little Odessa” on the shore of the ocean bay lives a unique life. On the Atlantic coast, in South Brooklyn, on Brighton Beach, a completely different life is happening. Small, early 20th-century summer houses compete with high-rise apartment blocks. The contrast between the beauty of the coast and the originality of life in the local diaspora is striking. We will see many interesting things along the way, we will pass through different ethnic neighbourhoods.
In the evening, if you wish, you will be able to attend a Broadway show (tickets must be booked in advance at an extra cost depending on the show you choose).
For those who wish, we offer a round-trip shuttle service to New York (extra charge 25 €/person), free time for shopping.
For those who wish, we offer a guided visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art (additional fee 40 €/person, entrance tickets included). You can’t be in New York and not see the Metropolitan Museum! One of the largest museums in the world, the Metropolitan contains treasures dating back 5,000 years from all over the world. Founded in 1870 by a group of artists and philanthropists who brought American art to the public to compete with European art, it began with three private European collections and 174 paintings. Today, it contains more than 2 million objects.
In the evening, when New York turns on its lights, enjoy the sights of the city on a guided tour of Western New York (additional fee €40/person). In the evening, the city becomes a glittering wonder, the nightlife is spectacular and you’ll love being part of it.
Philadelphia is a jewel of American culture. In Philadelphia, you won’t feel the frantic pace of big-city life, and nothing will stop you from enjoying an atmosphere of comfort and tranquillity. Philadelphia, the largest city in Pennsylvania, is also the birthplace of the American nation. In 1776, the 13 English colonies adopted the Declaration of Independence here, preserving the city as the first capital of the USA. The Delaware River Port has welcomed thousands of immigrants from all over the world. The city’s neighbourhoods reflect the ethnic diversity of its population. During the bus tour, you will discover the main attractions such as Elfreth Avenue, the oldest street in the city, the home of Betsy Ross, the woman who sewed the first US flag, where 18 hectares of carefully preserved 18th century buildings associated with the American Revolution are located. Independence Hall, a tall stone tower that towers above ground level, encompasses this park with its old Philadelphia streets and many beautiful museums. Around 20 buildings are now open to the public. We will see City Hall with its statue of William Penn, founder of the city, and the crowning Masonic Temple, which will surprise you with its architecture. In the temple’s treasury is George Washington’s apron, where he laid the cornerstone for the Capitol and other Philadelphia treasures. We’ll visit Reading Station Market, see the city’s magnificent monuments and take a photo at the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Panoramic Staircase.
Washington DC is the capital of the USA. As the capital of the US and the seat of the federal government, the city is divided into four parts, with the Capitol at its centre. On our bus tour, we’ll see the Capitol, the Supreme Court building, visit the Library of Congress, better known as the Jefferson Building, and stroll through the famous mall, surrounded by top museums. We will stop at the White House (tour). We will pass through the central avenues of Pennsylvania, Independence and Constitution. We will visit the Lincoln, Korean and Vietnamese Memorials. We will see the Jefferson Memorial, the Washington Monument, the Pentagon and the FBI. We will see the Ford’s Theatre, where Abraham Lincoln, the 16th and most beloved President of the USA, was assassinated in 1865.
We’re on our way to Baltimore. Edgar Allan Poe lived, married and died in this cosy port city full of small cafes and restaurants serving fresh seafood. The city named after Lord Baltimore seems to be frozen in time. We will see Victorian houses, the Inner Bay harbour where you can still see the old sea-going ships on the quay, Vernon Hill with George Washington’s column, the oldest conservatory and the art museum. Baseball fans will know that the most beautiful stadium in the USA is in Baltimore.
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7 nights in a 3* hotel
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