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New York, Cape Cod, Boston Multi Centre Holiday

For a diverse multi-centre holiday to the United States, combine visits to iconic New York, historic Boston and charming Cape Cod.

Begin your American adventure in New York, New York, the city so nice they had to name it twice. With so many recognisable sights and streets, everyone must visit the Big Apple at least once in a lifetime. Admire panoramic views of the city from the Empire State Building, take a walk in the peaceful Central Park or watch a hit theatre show on Broadway.

Between the big cities, you’ll visit the idyllic region of Cape Cod. With 400 miles of stretching coastline, Cape Cod is the perfect place to discover sleepy beaches and bays. The area is also full of charming seaside villages, pretty lighthouses and quaint cottages, making the relaxed region an ideal retreat following a busy trip to fast paced New York. 

Just 60 miles north of Cape Cod lies Boston, another of America’s much loved cities. More laid back than New York, Boston is a diverse mix of interesting districts, contemporary skyscrapers and historic landmarks. Learn of Boston’s infamous history by walking the city’s renowned Freedom Trail or embark on a whale watching tour to see the gentle giants as they cruise through the chilly waters. Whatever your holiday tastes are, there’s plenty to do in atmospheric Boston.


10 days

Guide Price

 £2,099  pp
Private basis
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Trip highlights

  • Experience the iconic sights and bright lights of New York City
  • Discover beautiful and secluded beaches in Cape Cod
  • Soak up the fascinating history and culture of Boston
  • Take a whale watching cruise in either Cape Cod or Boston
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On your visit to the city that never sleeps, you’ll be kept busy with all that there is to see and do. A great starting point is to visit the bright lights, flashing colours and huge billboards of Times Square and Broadway. In the latter, you’ll be dazzled at one of the many theatre shows on offer.

A green oasis in the heart of the city, no visit to the Big Apple would be complete without a wander through Central Park. You can take in the recognisable setting from numerous blockbuster films and television series. In Central Park you can enjoy the tranquil ponds, pretty foliage and city wildlife with New York skyscrapers looming in the distance.

New York is also renowned as one of the world’s best shopping destinations, so make the most of the incredible opportunities and return home with a haul of goodies. If you’re not sure where to start, head to the iconic stores of Bloomingdales and Macys.

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A popular summer holiday destination, Cape Cod is one of America’s classic seaside spots. The region is filled with adorable seaside towns, remote beaches and looming cliffs, making it the ideal retreat from the nearby cities.

As there are over 40 miles of stretching coastline, it means that even in the busy summer months you won’t have to venture too far to discover an empty beach. Some of the popular towns to visit include historic Provincetown and laid back Chatham.
For an island getaway, hop on the ferry to Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket. Both spots are full of pale beaches and beautiful natural scenery. And wildlife lovers can embark on a whale watching excursion to observe the majestic giants cruising in their natural habitat.

Cape Cod is known for its delicious fresh seafood, so don’t miss the chance to sample the region’s luscious Cape lobsters or the local saltwater taffy.

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From the idyllic beaches of Cape Cod, you’ll travel to the diverse and fascinating city of Boston.

While Boston is home to towering skyscrapers, at the heart of this historic city you’ll discover federal style townhouses and old stately homes.

Many of the significant events of the American Revolution took place in Boston, including the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston. Roaming the city streets and visiting the local museums are the best ways to learn of Boston’s colourful history.

Boston isn’t just all about its history though. Head to Harvard Square to experience the buzzy district known for its high student population. It’s also worth visiting the world famous Harvard University and its gleaming, well maintained grounds.

In the evening, tuck into delicious fare served in Boston’s many quality restaurants. Foodies must try the city’s renowned New England Clam Chowder, a thick soup containing clams, broth and various vegetables.