7 day Sample Itinerary

New York and Boston Multi Centre

Two best loved East Coast cities

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Visit two of America’s best loved east coast cities, the ‘Big Apple’ New York with its iconic sights, yellow cabs and bright lights and enchanting Boston with its laid-back, ‘town’ feeling, enormous character and New England charm. Seeing both cities together in one fantastic trip gives an amazing contrast between the hustle and bustle and vibrancy of New York and the historical and culturally rich Boston. We recommend you plan your days in advance to ensure you get to see all the attractions both New York and Boston have to offer. Leave room in your case for great shopping opportunities in both destinations. It is now easier than even to combine these cities. 

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Two of America’s ultimate east coast’s highlights in one remarkable holiday
  • Experience the bright lights and ‘razzle dazzle’ of iconic New York City
  • Take in the friendly charm and culture in Boston
  • Dine on delicious seafood in Boston
  • Sip cocktails on a rooftop bar in New York
  • Watch a game at Fenway Park

Sample Itinerary Summary

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Duration
7 days
Guide Price
£1,649 per person
Price based on
Based on 04 September 18 departure from London Heathrow flying with British Airways, staying for 3 nights room only in a Standard Room (New York) and 3 nights room only in a Cozy King Room (Boston).
Our guide price gives you an idea of how much to budget for an itinerary like this. The price will vary based on many elements including exchange rates, and your choice of accommodation, duration, departure date, airline and cabin class.
Destination Breakdown
Options
Private basis, Self-Guided
  • New York City

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Head to the top of the Rockefeller Center for view of this iconic city
    • Head into Greenwich Village to dine
    • Hire a bike and explore Central Park
    • Enjoy a cocktail on the rooftop of the Knickerbocker at St Clouds overlooking Times Square
    • Take to the Sky in a helicopter over Manhattan
  • Boston

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Take a day trip to Salem
    • Visit Paul Revere's house
    • Sample delicious fish and seafood
    • Explore the historic sights on the Freedom Trail
    • Take a boat tour to see the city from the water
New York State

The iconic ‘city that never sleeps’ New York simply needs no introduction. Experience the magic of the ‘Big Apple’, home to the world’s best sightseeing whether looking down from the top of the Empire State Building or gazing up at the bright neon lights and billboards of Times Square and Broadway. Take in a hit ‘must-see’ show, hit the high-end designer stores on Fifth Avenue, take a boat cruise in the Hudson Bay or enjoy a cocktail in one of many rooftop bars with stunning night-time views. New York is the city where fashions are started, cuisines are born, trends are set and fame is made. If you have the opportunity to visit, do not let it pass you by.

Boston

From New York, travel north into charming New England and visit Boston, one of America’s oldest cities and witness to many historical events, including the Boston Massacre and Boston Tea Party. Easy to explore on foot, Boston is ideal for uncovering America's colonial past along the ‘Freedom Trail’ and hearing about the many key historic events that have been played out here. However, there is much more that just early American history to see, whether it’s the University town Cambridge where you’ll find Harvard’s handsome grounds, to the outstanding shopping along Newbury Street in the centre of the City. Try tucking in to some quintessential New England Clam Chowder, kicking back in the infamous Cheers Bar or watching a Red Sox game. Bostonians are fiercely proud of their city, and after a visit to Boston, you'll understand why.