After breakfast, depart for the start of the Washington D.C. tour. We begin our sightseeing tour of the city, first seeing the Pentagon en route, with a photo stop at the Iwo Jima Memorial, both in Virginia. We continue with stops at the Lincoln, Korea and Vietnam Memorials; visit the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, then make a photo stop at the White House and finally skirt the Capitol, ending in the Washington museum area. In the afternoon, we include a boat ride on the Potomac River, seeing some of the city’s major monuments. After the tour, transfer to the hotel. In the evening, you can optionally take the tour of Washington illuminated. Note: From October to March, due to weather conditions, the boat does not operate on the Potomac River.
Breakfast and departure from Washington to LANCASTER, where we will see the typical Amish farms and their lifestyle of the eighteenth century. Continue to PHILADELPHIA. Arrival and stop to walk the famous Independence National Park with the famous Liberty Bell, after free time for coffee, continue to NEW YORK. Arrival in the evening.
You are at risk of becoming infected with measles if you have not received all vaccinations, or have not had measles in the past and will be traveling internationally to areas where measles is spreading. The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from this disease is through vaccination.
The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from this disease is through vaccination. You should plan to be fully vaccinated at least 2 weeks before your departure. If your trip is less than 2 weeks away and you are not protected against measles, you should still receive a dose of MMR vaccine. The measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine protects against all 3 diseases. Two doses of MMR vaccine provide 97% protection against measles; one dose provides 93% protection.
* Acceptable presumptive evidence of immunity against measles includes at least one of the following: written documentation of adequate vaccination, laboratory evidence of immunity, laboratory confirmation of having had measles or having been born in the United States before 1957.
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Because Zika virus infection during pregnancy can cause serious birth defects, pregnant women should not travel to the areas listed below. Partners of pregnant women and couples seeking to conceive should be aware of the risks to pregnancy and take preventive measures. All travelers should strictly follow measures to avoid mosquito bites and prevent sexual transmission during and after travel.
Zika was previously detected in the locations on this list; however, scientists have determined that the virus is no longer present. This means that all travelers, including pregnant women, can visit these destinations without risk of contracting Zika virus from mosquitoes. If some of these countries or territories are again at risk for Zika, CDC will remove them from the list and post updated information. Please check this page for the most up-to-date information before planning your travel.
Esta política da prioridad a la salud pública, protegiendo a los ciudadanos y residentes estadounidenses, así como a quienes vienen a visitarnos. Debido a que pone la salud pública en primer lugar, las excepciones a esta política serán extremadamente limitadas: incluyendo a los niños menores de 18 años y ciertas personas en países donde las vacunas aún no son fácilmente accesibles.
Las directrices actualizadas para los viajes también incluyen nuevos protocolos en torno a las pruebas. Para reforzar aún más la protección, los viajeros no vacunados -ya sean ciudadanos estadounidenses, residentes permanentes legales (LPR) o el pequeño número de extranjeros no vacunados exceptuados- tendrán que someterse a las pruebas en el plazo de un día tras la salida.