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East Coast Highlights

7 days / 6 nights

Washington Monument
Washington Monument
Harward University
Independence Hall, Philadelphia
National Air And Space Museum
New Jersey From Hudson River
New York City
Niagara Falls
Samuel Adams, Behind Faneuil Hall
Smithsonian Museum
US Capitol Building
Washington Monument
Washington View
East Coast Highlights map
What to expect:
Boston » New York » Philadelphia » Washington, DC » Niagara Falls » Toronto
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Included in this Tour:
♦  Accomodation for 6 nights, including taxes and porterage,
♦  Air–conditioned motorcoach and guide for the entire tour,
♦  Orientation tours in Boston, New York, Washington DC, Toronto and Philadelphia,
♦  Daily Continental Breakfast.
♦  Circle Line boat tour around Manhattan,
♦  Night tour of Washington, DC,
♦  Maid of the Mist boat tour,
♦  Skylon Tower dinner in Niagara Falls.
Important note:
This tour may overnight in Niagara Falls, Canada. Certain nationalities may be required to posess a visa for entry into Canada from the United States. Should clients not have the necessary documentation, they will not be allowed to enter into Canada and will be liable for any additional cost incurred.
Places you'll enjoy staying:
DAY 1  »  New York area - Quality Inn Meadowlands,
DAY 2  »  New York area - Quality Inn Meadowlands,
DAY 3  »  Washington, DC - Comfort Inn College Park,
DAY 4  »  Washington, DC - Comfort Inn College Park,
DAY 5  »  Niagara Falls - Comfort Inn Lundy’s Lane,
DAY 6  »  Niagara Falls - Comfort Inn Lundy’s Lane.
Hotels before and after tour:
Boston » New York Area (219 m / 350 km)
Board the coach in Boston and start the day with an orientation tour of this fascinating and historic city. Highlights include Faneuil Hall, Boston Common and Harvard Univeristy. Continue south through the states of Massachusetts and Connecticut before arriving in New Jersey, just across the Hudson River from New York City.
New York
Continental Breakfast. In the morning, a short trip across the Hudson River takes us into New York and an orientation tour of the “Big Apple”. Spend the afternoon at leisure exploring this amazing city. Transportation back to the hotel will be offered in the early evening.
New York area » Philadelphia » Washington, DC area (237 m / 380 km)
Continental Breakfast. Travel south to Philadelphia, the “City of Brotherly Love” and the birthplace of American independence. Our orientation tour passes the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed and the U.S. Constitution written. Arrive in the Washington DC area in late afternoon.
Washington DC
Continental Breakfast. The morning sightseeing tour is devoted to the landmarks and monuments of this great city: the White House, the Washington Monument, Arlington Cemetery, and the US Capitol. Afternoon is free to explore one of the Smithsonian Museums, such as the National Air and Space Museum.
Washington DC area » Niagara Falls (435 m / 690 km)

Continental Breakfast. An early morning departure takes you through Pennsylvania, en-route to Niagara Falls. Time permitting, a stop will be made at a market in Amish Country. The Amish preserve traditional elements of late 17th-century European rural culture in their day-to-day lives. We arrive at Niagara Falls in the early evening.

Niagara Falls » Toronto » Niagara Falls (172 m / 276 km)

Continental Breakfast. Cross the border into Canada and head for Toronto, where the orientation tour highlights this lakeside city, where skyscrapers of glass and steel overlook traditional neighborhoods and parks. Head back to Niagara Falls where we recommend the exhilarating Maid of the Mist cruise to the foot of the Horseshoe Falls. In the evening, join an optional dinner with a panoramic view of the falls beneath the evening sky.

Niagara Falls » Boston (470 m / 752 km)

Continental Breakfast. Early departure for the return to Boston, passing through upstate New York and central Massachusetts.