Iconic Cities and Beyond
Boston, New York, Philadelphia & Washington DC
Take the train to discover the culture and history of four iconic East Coast cities, all with their own rich and diverse tapestry. Explore the neighbourhoods and hidden secrets of these cities as only locals do.
Boston is your first stop on its iconic East-Coast city adventure. Although many visitors know about Boston’s rich history and its role in the Revolutionary War, they may not be aware of the city’s world-class museums, numerous universities, and abundant shopping opportunities. In the heart of Boston, the Waterfront and Harbour-Walk link many neighbourhoods and offer breath-taking waterfront views as well as great dining options on and off the water. We really recommend for you to hop aboard the Old Town Trolley Tour where you will experience ‘Transportainment’, a delightful combination of transportation and entertainment. While on the tour, you can choose to interchange riding on the Trolley and walking on portions of the Freedom Trail for a more complete experience.
New York City, deservingly called ‘the city that never sleeps’, offers something for everyone at all times of the day or night. There is so much to see and do in this worldly metropolis and the best way is through Grayline’s Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour. This is one of the most popular, fun, and informative ways to tour New York City. Among the most visited attractions are Time Square, Central Park which houses the City Zoo, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the famous Brooklyn Bridge. Walking across the famous Brooklyn bridge is a huge thrill, particularly if you start from the Brooklyn side and view the Manhattan skyline as your stroll across. Of course, no tour of New York would be complete without a visit to America’s highest representation of freedom, the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbour, and the Empire State Building.
Philadelphia boasts a wealth of tourist hot spots. Start exploring the city of icons, such as the famous LOVE statue, the “Rocky Steps” at the Museum of Art and eat a Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. Philadelphia is the most influential city in the process of the American Revolution. Visit Independence Hall National Historical Park, home to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence were signed. Visit the Ben Franklin Museum to learn about one of the Founding Fathers of the USA and enjoy the outdoors at beautiful Longwood Gardens or Fairmount Park. Shops, art galleries, restaurants and pubs line the historic cobblestone streets of Philadelphia’s Old City district. The Reading Terminal Market, the USA’s oldest farmers market, is also the city’s most popular attraction.
Washington, D.C, the countries capitol has so much to see and do for any visitor, but a trip to the National Mall is a must for any itinerary. Washington, D.C.’s unforgettable skyline is marked by some of the world’s most celebrated monuments. The awe-inspiring structures, statues and temples that grace the National Mall tell fascinating stories through their histories and designs. From the Washington Monument to the World War II Memorial to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, D.C. traces the history of the USA. Washington, DC attracts nearly twenty million tourists each year making tourism the second biggest industry of the area just after the federal government. Surprisingly, admission to most major attractions is free.
Please find our suggested length of stays below:
Boston – 3 nights
New York –3 nights
Philadelphia –2 nights
Washington DC – 2 nights
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Boston is a cosmopolitan destination where you can experience history, fine dining, tax free shopping, sports and much more. Boston is one of the leading tourist destinations in the USA with over 18 million visitors a year. Known as "the walking city" it’s easy to navigate. The city offers great shopping and a great dining and entertainment scene. From the cosmopolitan streets of the Back-Bay area, with its ornate Victorian townhouses, to the narrow 17th Century streets of Boston's North End. You can also travel over the river to Cambridge and visit the famous university of Harvard.
New York is one of the most visited cities in the world. From Wall Street's skyscrapers, the neon lights of Times Square to Central Park's leafy paths, New York City pulses with an irrepressible energy. History meets hipness in this global centre of entertainment, fashion and finance. Many of New York's museums and art galleries have recently been refurbished and the choice of exhibitions, shows and performances on offer is staggering. New York is one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world. Whether you travel to the Big Apple for the shopping, architecture, night life, shows or just to stroll through Central Park and soak up the electric atmosphere, it is a city that never disappoints.
Discover Philadelphia, the first and only World Heritage City in the U.S.A. and second largest city on the East Coast. Conveniently located just a 90-minute train ride from New York City or two hours from Washington, D.C., Philadelphia was the first capital city of the USA under George Washington. Both the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were written and signed in Philadelphia. You can still see Independence Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Liberty Bell today. Overall, there are 67 National Historical Landmarks and charming, colonial neighbourhoods with cobblestone streets to discover in Philadelphia.
Washington, D.C.’s unforgettable skyline is marked by some of the world’s most celebrated monuments. The awe-inspiring structures, statues and temples that grace the National Mall tell fascinating stories through their histories and designs. From the Washington Monument to the World War II Memorial to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, D.C. traces the history of the USA. But take the time to venture beyond the Mall. Myriad museums, sophisticated dining, diverse shopping, professional sports teams and in the spring, the incredible cherry blossoms around the Tidal Basin, are easy walks, short bike trips or Metro rides away.