Route through new england
Boston is the most traditional city in the United States, the city from which the rebellion that led to independence from England began. The tour consists of a departure to Boston, fascinating and elegant city of New England. We will visit Beacon Hill, the New England Aquarium, Back Bay, Boston Common and Quincy Market. As Boston was the center of the struggle for American independence, it is home to prestigious educational institutions such as MIT and Harvard University. Departure and return to meeting points at designated hotels (Jolly or Sheraton New York).
Our first stop is in the city of Cambridge to visit one of the most famous and prestigious universities in the world, Harvard. The tour begins through the Harvard Yard, one of the oldest academic sites in the United States. After the visit to the Widener Library, as a good auspice we will stop to “shine” John Harvard’s shoes – a little good luck never hurts!
Travel to united states east coast
During your tour, discover how Salem became the center of all haunted happenings. The phenomenon is explained in part by Salem’s rich history and the fact that many of its oldest structures and sites are preserved today, including the famous Witch House.
Salem’s commitment to preserving this history has made it a perfect place for spirits to linger and for visitors to experience a connection to the past. See more 2. Salem: guided nighttime history and haunt tour Take a 1 hour and 20 minute walk through downtown Salem’s most historic and haunted outdoor areas. Although each tour is slightly different, each tour visits about 10 locations. See 2 cemeteries, Witch Trials Memorial, the site where an accused witch was tortured to death, filming locations for the movie Hocus Pocus, Old Salem Jail, the Salem Witch Dungeon site, among others.
East Coast of the United States
If we talk about New England, we are referring to a region located in the northeastern part of the United States made up of 6 states: Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
It really depends on what “scenery” you want to enjoy. If you are planning to travel on the hottest and sunniest days, summer is a good time to visit New England from late May through mid-September. During this period, especially in and around the coastal towns and northward toward Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, you can enjoy cool nights and perfectly warm days, ideal for discovering these enchanted places.
The second, Chatham, is famous for its iconic Coast Guard Lighthouse, and its white beaches were also the arrival point for some of the early Pilgrim Fathers who then continued on to Plymouth.
We highly recommend stopping for lunch in one of the coastal villages to appreciate the delicious lobster rolls or freshly caught and cooked lobsters, which are typical dishes of the area. We will arrive in the town of Bar Harbor (Acadia Park) in the early evening.
East Coast by car
The northeastern strip of the United States comprises more than 750 km from Washington to Boston and more than 1,600 km from Boston to Chicago via Niagara Falls. The names of fathers of the country such as Benjamin Franklin, Lincoln or G. Washington, gangsters such as Al Capone and activists such as Luther King will come to mind as you drive through this part of the United States. Boston, beacon city of New England and historical cradle of the country; Plymouth, settlement of the Mayflower pilgrims; the luxurious mansions of Nantucket whaling; the Great Lakes on the Canadian border; Chicago, the world capital of modern architecture, city of the blues and home of the first skyscrapers; Philadelphia, cradle of American democracy and open-air museum with 3,500 murals; the Amish of Lancaster County; Washington, one of the most beautiful cities in the West, with an army of federal employees.
What’s included in the Globetrotter’s guide to the Northeastern United States? We suggest you start in New England. The starting point is the famous city of Boston, from where the most relevant localities of the area are described. The next chapter of the guide is dedicated to the Great Lakes, Niagara Falls or Chicago will be some stops on your way…