North-Eastern experience in the USA
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This tour starts and ends in New York, during its 7 days you are going to visit the most significant places of the American history located in the eastern coast.Read more
This tour starts and ends in New York, during its 7 days you are going to visit the most significant places of the American history located in the eastern coast.
You will visit the most famous sights in New York, Washington and Niagara, but also get in touch with ancient style and traditions, typical of Amish families, which decided to not enjoy the modern comforts and devoted to rural activities.
Finally, thanks to the visit to Gettysburg you can discover the place in which the most biting battle of the Civil War in 1863 was fighted, while in Philadelphia it is possible to admire the site in which the Declaration of Independence was written and signed in 1776.
An unique and exiciting itinerary that will make you familiar with the several facets of United States of America.
In the early morning transfer from New York to Boston, the oldest city in United States and the most influenced by British culture.
Visit to the most significant and important historical places of the city and of Cambridge, where Harvard University and MIT are located. At the end, time at leisure to discover on your own the city.
Dinner at restaurant and overnight in the hotel.
After breakfast, departure for Massachusetts, an elegant and posh country in New England with a progressive historical background.
During the route, stop in Stockbridge, a beautiful town, home of the Norman Rockwell Museum, a famous American illustrator. Afterwards, you will pass the lake region "Fingers Lake Region" to reach Niagara Falls.
Niagara Falls are one of the main touristic attraction in northern America. They were discovered in 1678. The name has Indian origins and means "Thunder of Waters". Although the waterfalls are not very high (only 52 m), the atmosphere provided is really suggestive and spectacular, thanks to their wide front characterized by an impressive flow.
Free dinner and overnight.
After breakfast transfer to Toronto and tour of the city.
It is the capital of the province of Ontario, a modern and dynamic metropolis. Part of the city is built underground, in order to give the chance to its inhabitans to stroll and do shopping also during winter, when the temperatures show many degree under zero. Visit to CN Towe (entrance not included), Skydome Stadium and the districts of Eaton Centre and Queens Terminal.
Free lunch and time at leisure to stroll the boulverards of the city.
In the evening back to Niagara.
Dinner in a panoramic restaurant with view over the waterfalls and overnight at hotel.
After breakfast departure for Pennsylvania.
During the journey, stop to visit the characteristic village of Lewisburg. Then, you will pass the zone inhabitated by Amish, German descendants, which decided to live according to the ancient customs: without car, electricity, medical cares, and enjoying only what they cultivate or build by their own. Visit to a typical Amish farmstead.
Dinner at a characteristic Amish restaurant with courses made with local products.
After breakfast, you will reach the town of Gettysburg, historical place where the most biting and bloody battle of the Civil War has been fighted during the summer of 1863.
Afterwards, the tour continues to Baltimore, free time for lunch.
Arrival in Washington in the afternoon. It is the federal capital of United States and home of the most important governance institutions (President, Congress, High Court), many ministries and federal entities, as well as of some international organizations, among which the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, and the Organization of American States.
Dinner and overnight at hotel.
Breakfast at hotel.
The morning is dedicated to a bus tour of the city with its most significant places, as the White House and the Arlington National Cemetery, where J.F. Kennedy is buried.
Free lunch and afternoon to discover the city by your own.
It is suggested to visit the Congress Library (the biggest in the World) or one of the fourteen museums belonging to the Smithsonian Group, renowned worldwide.
Free dinner and overnight at hotel.
After breakfast, departure for Philadelphia.
The city played an important role during the American Revolution. In fact, here, on July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed by Jefferson.
Lunch at restaurant.
At the end, transfer to New York with arrival in the late afternoon.