Full-day excursion from New York to Boston, the most important city in the history of the American Revolution.
At your Hotel 06:00 am
We’ll pick you up at the hotel in New York and head to Boston.
Breakfast on the road 08:30 am
Halfway through the route we’ll stop at a coffee shop to have breakfast.
Harvard University 10:00 am
Founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest institution of higher education in the United States and it’s widely considered one of the world’s leading universities in terms of influence, reputation, and academic excellence. Harvard’s alumni include eight US presidents, several foreign heads of state, 62 living billionaires, 359 Rhodes Scholars, and 242 Marshall Scholars.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 11:00 am
The MIT is a private university considered by numerous rankings as one of the best and most prestigious universities worldwide, maintaining for seven consecutive years the title of the best university in the world according to the world ranking of QS universities.
Boston Common 12:00 pm
In the heart of the city is Boston Common, America’s oldest park and the start of the Freedom Trail. In this large green space, which is much used by locals year-round, are various monuments and the Central Burying Ground of 1756.
Beacon Hill 12:30 pm
Home to Massachusetts State House, Boston’s historic Beacon Hill neighborhood is reminiscent of 19th century London. It is one of the most attractive and expensive neighborhoods in the city.
Coppley Square 01:00 pm
One of Boston’s most iconic and picturesque places, where you can truly appreciate the architectural contrasts of the city. Here we will see the first Public Library in the United States, the Hancock Tower, the Church of the Holy Trinity, the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel, and the Hare and Turtle monument commemorating the Boston Marathon Cemetery.
Massachusetts Bay 01:30 pm
It is one of the great bays of the Atlantic Ocean that form the characteristic aspect of the Massachusetts state coast line. Its waters extend for 105 kilometers into the Atlantic Ocean. It includes Boston Harbor, Dorchester Bay, Quincy Bay and Hingham Bay.
Lunch at Quincy Market 02:00 pm
We will have lunch at Quincy Market, where we can find a wide variety of food options for all tastes: from typical boston food like lobster rolls and clam chowder, to pizza and mac & cheese. Quincy Market combines the glories of the past and the vitality of the present with more than 50 shops, 14 restaurants, 40 food court stops and Boston’s most popular comedy club.
Route To New York03:30 pm
Times Square 07:30 pm
We will drop you off at central Times Square.