New York, Cape Cod, Boston Multi Centre

Combine two of the US's best city stays with the stretching beaches and charming atmosphere of Cape Cod.

Start in "New York, New York", the city is everything you dreamed of and so much more. Explore Central Park, take in the latest hit on Broadway or shop-till-you-drop along Fifth Avenue. Hit the road and take the short drive up to Massachusetts and Cape Cod. With 400 miles of beach, a sprinkling of lighthouses and seaside cottages, Cape Cod is perfect for a rest after the excitement of New York. Take the ferry over to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket to see the quaint houses and fishing villages. Next drive up to Boston next, just 60 miles north of Cape Cod and enjoy it's perfect mix of charming neighbourhoods, modern skyscrapers and historic monuments. Take a whale watching excursion from the harbour, walk the city's famous Freedom Trail or venture outside the city to be treated to some stunning New England countryside. 

10 days

Guide Price

£2,099 pp
Private basis
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Trip highlights

  • Hire a car to get between these incredible destinations
  • Experience the bright lights and city buzz of the Big Apple
  • Stroll along wide open stretches of picturesque beaches in Cape Cod
  • Soak up the amazing history and friendly atmosphere in Boston

Experience the thrills of the city that never sleeps with it's exciting Broadway shows, bright lights of Times Square, fantastic bars, restaurants, iconic buildings and attractions. Hit Manhattan for views from the Empire State Building, stroll through beautiful Central Park and get some great bargains in the incredible shops like Bloomingdales and Macys.

If you want to experience a quintessential American seaside destination, it doesn't get much better than Cape Cod. Great for romantic getaways, rejuvenating spa breaks, all inclusive golf trips or action packed holidays for the whole family. Famous for being the summer escape for city-dwelling New Englanders, we love the quaint seaside towns, picturesque beaches, soaring cliffs and over forty miles of coastline to explore. With something for everyone, why not visit historic Provincetown or Sandwich, quaint and relaxed Chatham or bustling Hyannis. Take the ferry to Marthas Vineyard and Nantucket; enjoy a whale watching trip and sample succulent Cape lobsters or traditional Salt-water taffy.

Beyond Boston's modern gloss is a historic city composed of elegant bricks and brownstone and grand federal-style townhouses. Red-brick paved walkways wind past some of the most historic landmarks in the USA. Many key events of the American Revolution have been played out here, including the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston.We love visiting the offbeat, student-dense area of Harvard Square, just across the Charles River from downtown Boston and seeing the modern marketplaces lining the cobblestone streets that surround world-renowned Harvard University.