BOSTON TOUR BY BUS
If you want to discover more US states during your vacation in New York, then you should definitely join us on our day tour from New York to Boston.
Boston is the capital city of the state Massachusetts and one of the oldest cities in the United States. As a hub for higher education, innovation and entrepreneurship, the city attracts, with an average age of 30 years, especially young people. But the city is also known for its rich culture. From politics to arts and food - Boston always presents itself in a unique way.
Dive into the agile spirit of Boston and learn interesting background information about the state capital from our English speaking experts who will guide you to the best attractions Boston has to offer. Plus: This tour includes a trip to Cambridge, where we will show you the prestigious Harvard University.
BOSTON TOUR DETAILS
BOSTON TOUR DETAILS
BOSTON TOUR: HIGHLIGHTS
DETAILED TOUR ITINERARY
This day trip starts in Midtown Manhattan, New York, where our comfortable bus, fully equipped with Wi-Fi and air conditioning system will pick us up. Our itinerary takes us from Manhattan along the East Coast through Connecticut towards Massachusetts.
First stop on our day tour will be Cambridge, neighbor city of Boston and home of the most famous and oldest academic institution of the United States, the Harvard University. We are going to explore the campus and take a walk through the Harvard Yard, a wide green space in the heart of Cambridge.
Next, our bus will take us to our main destination Boston. On our way to the city we are going to pass the City Hall of Cambridge, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, also known as the MIT, and Cambridge College. Before reaching the center of Boston, we will also come across the Charles River, which is running between the two cities.
Once arrived, we are going to visit Copley Square with its magnificent romanesque Trinity Church. One of the highlights on our tour will be a walk along the freedom trail, a 2.5-mile-long path that takes us to the greatest landmarks of the city, such as the Boston Common Park.
Lastly, this tour includes a stop at the Quincy Market in downtown Boston and a visit to the harbor, where the Boston Tea Party took place in the 18th century. From the harbor you will also have a great view on the historic navy ship USS Constitution.
Packed with new experiences our bus driver will safely escort us back to New York City, where we are going to arrive in the evening.