Meet our friendly tour guide at the airport's baggage claim area. Transfers to hotel between 10:00 am to 7:00 pm are free. Other times, guests have to pay an extra fee (1st person $50 and $10 per additional) or manage on their own.
Hotels: Comfort Inn/Holiday Inn, Edison or similar
In the morning, we go the capital city, Washington DC where we visit U.S. Capital Building,Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, National Air and Space Museum, the White House, and the historical Jefferson Memorial.
Later, you visit Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veteran, Korean War Memorial, and Lafayette Park.
Before the morning ends, the great city and Pentagon views can be enjoyed with a Potomac River cruise.
Hotels: Sleep Inn, Comfort Inn or Equivalent
On our third day, we visit the jewel attraction of Baltimore's Inner Harbor the oldest seaport that goes back to 1600's.
After the adventure by the harbor, we hit the 2nd largest city on the East Cost "Philadelphia". Some of the tourist attractions in Philadelphia are the Old Capitol Building, US independence symbol of Liberty Bell, and Independence Hall where the American constitution was written and declared.
Hotels: Holiday Inn and Comfort Inn or Equivalent
We visit the "Big Apple" New York City. We enjoy the view of Manhattan Island from the Empire State Building. If time permits, we go to Rockefeller Center for shopping, the United Nation headquarters to experience authority and Times Square area. Then, we go for a cruise around Manhattan Island and see the Statue of Liberty on Hudson River. Being in NY, we cannot miss the famous Madame Tussauds WAX Museum. Finally, we go back to hotel.
Hotels: Holiday Inn or Equivalent
First visit is the campuses of the educational institutes "Harvard and MIT". Then, go back to the 18th century on a visit to the State House situated on Beacon Hill seeing the Boston Common. Third, the skyline of Boston and Charles River views on a harbor tour are your choice (optional). Afternoon time, you visit The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library where know more about the American history by reading published and unpublished materials. A visit to Boston City Hall is a must where you know more about the brutalist architecture, moving to Boston Common. Later you visit New Bury Street shopping street near Copley Square.
Finally, you shop for all the souvenirs you want at Quincy Market after visiting the Freedom Trail.
*flights must be scheduled after 3:30 p.m.
***Tour route may be changed or reversed; you may contact us 1-2 days prior departure to confirm final itinerary***
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