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New York and New England Multi Centre Holiday

Our New York and New England multi-centre holiday takes you to some of the USA’s most beautiful landscapes. Begin in the vibrant New York City before driving along the spectacular east coast. 

The best time to enjoy our New York and New England multi-centre is in the autumn. You’ll find the famous russet colours, plenty of delicious seafood and sunny, balmy days. You can also try the trip in the spring for the beautiful greenery which lines the USA’s wide open roads. 

Begin your multi-centre holiday in New York. This lively city is home to one of the world’s most famous skylines, one you’ll have seen many times before you visit. It’s peppered with iconic landmarks, such as the Empire State Building, Times Square and the Statue of Liberty. Wander around neighbourhoods familiar from films and television, or take a walk in Central Park. 

Next on your multi-centre is New England. This beautiful area of the USA’s east coast is known for its pretty seaside towns, historic lighthouses and wide open roads. You can spend days relaxing on golden sands before enjoying some of the freshest seafood, immerse yourself in small charm town or explore the vast expanses of national parks and towering mountains. 

 

Duration
8 days

Guide Price

 £1,799  pp
Options
Private basis
Start your journey
a view of a city

Trip highlights

  • Enjoy the wide open roads of the USA’s New England states
  • Visit Central Park and the Empire State Building in New York
  • Explore historic lighthouses and small coastal towns on your journey
  • Wander through New York’s atmospheric neighbourhoods, including Soho and Greenwich
Statue of Liberty and City Skyline

New York is the city that never sleeps. It’s at the heart of the USA’s culture and is the centre of many TV series and films. So much so that it’s become its own character and you’ll find yourself recognising landmarks and a skyline you’ve never seen in real life before. 

While in New York be sure to check off its many attractions and landmarks. These include the Empire State Building and its newly renovated observation deck. From here you can take in this incredible city from a different angle. See the Statue of Liberty as she watches over the boats below, or take a walk in Central Park and take in its many different areas. 

Art lovers will find plenty for them in New York. Between them, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), the Guggenheim and the Met have some of the world’s most incredible collections of artwork. Alternatively, simply enjoy exploring neighbourhoods such as Soho, Greenwich or the Upper East Side. 

 

 

Grand Teton Mountain Range at Sunset

New England tops many people’s bucket lists when it comes to road trips. It’s home to wide open roads which are fringed by the spectacular east coast on one side and the striking National Parks on the other. 

Stop off in beautiful coastal towns where you can really soak in the local charm. You’ll find excellent restaurants serving exquisite fresh seafood, including lobster, crab, oysters and much more. You can also take to the sea yourself with a boat trip, which will allow you to admire the coast from a different angle. 

If you prefer to explore by foot, there are some beautiful landscapes in the vast New England National Parks. Vermont’s mountains are home to excellent ski slopes in winter which turn into hiking trails in the summer. For a sense of history, Portland offers a lively harbour full of fishing boats. Or visit Boston, which is often called the USA’s most historic city.