Looking for a multi centre holiday on the East Coast of USA in 2017 or 2018?
Shopping, sightseeing and so much more the east coast cities of America and Canada have lots to offer. Travelling by train, plane or bus you can visit several cities in one break making the most of your holiday.Have a look at our luxury New York hotels and Boston hotels
Ultimate Experience - Head to the top of the Rockefeller Center. The viewing area is enclosed by crystal clear glass - the only thing between you and 360 deg panoramic views of New York
Great Journey - Drive through New England as the autumn leaves put on a light show of autumnal colour.
Where to go for adventure - Drive through the states of Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi will be far, far different to anything else you've ever experienced.
Best beaches - Cape Cod has some fantastic beaches, many of them backed by the summer mansions of Boston's wealthy.
Dates for the Diary - New Orleans Mardi Gras (12th February), New York is quite a party when it's Halloween.
Capital sights - Don't miss the museums of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC. Not only are they free, but you'll get to see some of the world's most unique exhibits in the Air and Space Museum alone.
The most cosmopolitan city that you will ever visit is a must see. Exciting,vibrantand trendy, this city never sleeps! This is the home of Times Square, Empire State Building,Broadway, Central Park, Statue of Liberty and Radio City Music Hall. Fifth Avenue is home to all the designer boutiques and the city's famous department stores - Macy's and Bloomingdales. For the ultimate experience head up to the top of the Rockefeller Center for 360 degree panoramic views of New York just don’t forget your camera.
One of Americas best kept secrets. It is the oldest and the fifth largest city in the United States and is steeped in history. Betsey Ross House is where the first American flag was made; Liberty Bell, Museum of Art at the top of the stairs made famous in the 'Rocky' films are a few of the must see in this amazing city.
Arguably the most famous city in the world. Tour The White House, visit the Washington Monument, stroll along the Potomac River or enjoy a picnic on the steps of the Jefferson Memorial. Don’t forget a trip to The Smithsonian Institution, the largest museum cluster in the world. Don’t miss the celebrations in the city on July 4th Independence Day the atmosphere here is electric.
Rich in history and culture, home to some of the best restaurants, hotels, nightlife and attractions. A mix of colonial charm and subtle sophistication make Boston a very walkable city and easy to get around. Boston is also the gateway to discovering New England.
3 nights New York
3 nights Boston with Amtrak
New York - Wellington Hotel
Boston - Omni Parker Hotel
from £849 per person
2 nights Boston
2 nights New York
2 nights Washington
Boston - Midtown Hotel
New York - Wellington
Washington - Holiday Inn Georgetown
from £979 per person
Charms of New England - Luxury
Starting with a couple of days soaking up the sights and history of Boston, cross the Cape Cod Canal and enjoy the warm summer weather and endless clean sandy beaches. Along the way, visit Sandwich, the oldest town on the Cape with its fine 18th Century homes, antique cars and military memorabilia. End your discovery in a quintessential New England Mansion and explore Newport’s lovingly preserved buildings.
Arrive in Boston, collect a rental car and drive to Taj Boston for a 2 night stay.
Drive South to Cape Cod for a 3 night stay at Wequassett Resort & Golf Club.
Continue South and enjoy a 3 night stay at Vanderbilt Grace, Rhode Island.
Depart Boston for the overnight flight to London Heathrow.
* 8 Days Car Hire * Return economy flights from London Heathrow (regional connections available) * Based on departure 01 May 2013, other departure dates available (please call for availability)
Prices are subject to availability.