New england travel itinerary



Walking tour along the Freedom Trail, which is a pedestrian path that was conceived in 1951 that allows you to visit the key points of the history of Boston and the United States. It has a length of about 4 km that can be easily covered on foot in a couple of hours.

Visit the Museum of Fine Arts which is considered the most important in the country after the Metropolitan in New York, was founded in 1870. Its prestige is due to the very complete collection of some 350,000 pieces that includes works from Europe, the Middle East and Japan. It highlights the painting and decorative arts of America, its Asian treasures and the exceptional sample of European painting from the eleventh century to the present day, especially French Impressionism.

Boston has two institutions that are among the most prestigious in the world: Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Both are located in the Cambridge area, on the north bank of the Charles River that separates it from the center of the city.

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We will tour Boston: the historic areas of Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, the State House where the “Boston Massacre” took place and the “Boston Tea Party” replica boat. We will continue through Beacon Hill and Back Bay, Louisburg Square with its gas lanterns, and Newbury Street with its Parisian style galleries and cafes. We will also stroll along the harbor and cross the river to the intellectual heritage of the city: MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Harvard University.

Distance from boston to new england

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.

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For those arriving at the meeting points at JFK or LGA before 5:00pm, we will send you to Flushing in Queens and take care of your luggage free of charge so you can easily get to the Sky View Center. Flushing is a safe and vibrant Asian commercial area with many shopping and dining options. You will experience the distinct Asian-American culture in no time.

For those who prefer EWR, upon arrival you can take our shuttle to the hotel to rest. If you arrive at EWR before 12:00pm, you can go to the Jersey Gardens Outlet Mall, one of the most important outlets in the New York metropolitan area, for a shopping trip.

DUMBO is a neighborhood in the Brooklyn area of New York City. On December 18, 2007, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission voted unanimously to name Dumbo the city’s 90th historic district.

The Flatiron Building has been called “one of the most iconic skyscrapers and essential symbols of New York City,” linking the south (downtown) Madison Square and north (residential) Ladies’ Mile Historic District. The surrounding neighborhood is called the Flatiron District after the landmark building, which has become an icon of New York.

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