PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
14 Day Itinerary
Fly to New York where you will be transferred to your hotel for a two-night stay.
Day 2 - New York
Today you can experience all that the Big Apple has to offer with a guided tour, which includes some of the most famous sights of Manhattan. Catch glimpses of the famous skyline as you absorb the bustle and energy of the city that never sleeps. Immerse yourself in the city’s exceptional sights and see for yourself why the Big Apple is truly one of the greatest cities in the world!
Day 3 - Philadelphia
We start our journey south through New Jersey to Philadelphia, the 'City of Brotherly Love' and the birthplace of America, where the Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th, 1776. Here, we will make sure you relive history, visiting Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell on a comprehensive city tour.
We suggest you also try a famed Philly cheesesteak before continuing the day’s journey onward to Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital.
Day 4 - Washington, D.C.
Enjoy an in-depth city tour and experience highlights such as the U.S. Capitol Building, Supreme Court, Library of Congress, the F.B.I. Building, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, the White House and Arlington National Cemetery, site of the JFK Memorial.
You will have the evening at leisure and we suggest you enjoy another thriving neighbourhood of D.C. where locals are out and about, such as Dupont Circle, U Street or the Wharf. All are very accessible via D.C.’s well-organised Metro system.
Day 5 - Gettysburg & Amish Country
Today we head north, returning to the Keystone State of Pennsylvania to experience the hallowed grounds of the historic Gettysburg Civil War national battleground, site of the largest battle ever fought on American soil and the place where President Lincoln gave his famous address in 1863.
We then travel onward through rural countryside to Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Visit an Amish Museum and see their 300 year-old tradition of simple living (admission included). The Amish people live in a world that stopped in the mid-1850s. They use no electricity, mechanical devices or modern equipment.
Day 6 - Finger Lakes & Niagara Falls
This morning, we travel across the state of Pennsylvania into New York state’s scenic Finger Lakes region. We stop in Corning, America’s "Crystal City," where we make a quick visit to the renowned Corning Museum of Glass.
Indulge in a spot of wine tasting at Watkins Glen on the shores of Lake Seneca, named for the Seneca Indian Nation.
Then we head towards the Canadian border, arriving at one of the world’s natural wonders, breathtaking Niagara Falls. Spend the evening at leisure by the falls.
Day 7 - Niagara Falls
This morning, you will have time to explore the falls. Perhaps take a stroll along Table Rock to view the thundering waters of the Horseshoe Falls.
We then visit Niagara on the Lake, where you can enjoy the wine that this charming hamlet has become so well known for.
In the early evening we head for Toronto, Canada’s largest city, cultural centre, and the capital of Ontario.
Day 8 - Toronto
Enjoy a comprehensive tour of Toronto’s most well-known sights, as well as discovering some of the lesser-known dynamic neighbourhoods of the metropolis. Your Tour Director will recommend how to spend the rest of your evening, taking part in Toronto’s thriving entertainment and dining scene.
Day 9 - Ottawa
We depart Toronto and continue our journey along the 1000 Islands Parkway on the way to the capital of Canada, Ottawa.
Perhaps enjoy an afternoon tour of Ottawa; a vibrant city with many parks and beautiful flowers, it is also home to one of the most impressive parliament buildings in the world, which you will be able to visit.
The evening is yours to enjoy at leisure.
Day 10 - Montréal
This morning, we have a relatively short journey into the French-speaking region of Canada, Québec, where we discover Montréal, the region’s cultural capital. Enjoy a leisurely tour of Old Montréal, the area known as the 'Vieux Port,' with stops at Place Jacques Cartier and Notre Dame Basilica.
Day 11 - Boston
Today we travel back to the United States, traversing the Green Mountain State of Vermont and the Granite State of New Hampshire, both cornerstones of the New England region and founding members of the American republic.
We arrive in Boston at midday for a walking tour along the Freedom Trail, which begins at the Boston Common and winds beside the State House, King’s Chapel, the old South Meeting House, the Boston Massacre site, and the fronts of many taverns and pubs where America’s 'Founding Fathers' toasted freedom. Walk the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill, steeped in history, which contains one of the city’s most beautiful neighbourhoods.
Day 12 - Newport
We depart Boston and head towards another original colony, Rhode Island, which is also home to Newport, a famed playground for the ultra wealthy during the Gilded Age. Discover the opulence of a bygone era, as well as beautiful oceanfront landscapes, during a mansion tour before returning to New York City.
Transfer to the airport for your overnight return flight to the UK.
Arrival in the UK.
During the tour you will stay in hotels such as:
• The Dylan Hotel, New York
• Washington Hilton, Washington, D.C.
• Wyndham Garden York, York/Amish Country
• Best Western Cairn Croft, Niagara Falls
• Bond Place Hotel, Toronto
• Capital Suites, Ottawa
• Gouverneur Hotel Place Dupuis, Montreal
• Courtyard by Marriott Brookline, Boston
Please note: due to local laws at least one person in each room booked must be 21 years of age or over.
All hotels are of European minimum 3-star standard.Back to top