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Depart from: New York
Mar 14th 2013 - Dec 31st 2014: Sun/Thu
• Tours4Fun cooperates with the oldest New York tour provider. Superior Service!
• Experienced tour guide to let you enjoy in-depth sightseeing
• New York City • Niagara Falls • Yale University
• Philadelphia • Boston • Chinatown/Little Italy/Soho
• Washington D.C. • New Jersey
• Corning Glass Museum • Plymouth Rock • Woodbury Outlets
• Airport Drop-off only • 4☆ Hotels • 6 Nights Accommodations
• President Wax Museum
• Believe ...it or Not Museum
• New York metropolitan area hotel
US side only: A Canadian visa is NOT required to join this tour.
Absorb the history and beauty of New England on this scenic summer and fall foliage vacation. Begin your trip in Boston and travel north along New Hampshire's short shoreline and along Maine's rocky coast to Portland, one of New England's most famous cities. Then enjoy two evenings in Bar Harbor on Mount Desert Island, Maine's oldest summer resort. See picturesque Acadia National Park, one of America's most visited national parks, and enjoy a traditional Maine lobster bake. In Acadia National Park, enjoy the spectacular panorama from the summit of Cadillac Mountain, the first place in the cont...inental United States to see the sunrise. Next, travel to New Hampshire to see the scenic White Mountains, New England's greatest range and premier outdoor playground. Then cross the border into Vermont for a visit to a living history museum and re-enter Massachusetts for visits to the Norman Rockwell Studio and Museum and Sturbridge Village, a 19th-century living history museum. Explore Mystic Seaport, a living museum showcasing how life might have been in an 1800s New England coastal village. Afterward, head to Rhode Island and Newport, with its elegant mansions, for an orientation tour. Your New England vacation ends back in Boston with a sightseeing tour in historic Boston. New England is famous for breathtaking summer and fall foliage, and this vacation lets you experience its beauty as well as many of New England's historic places. A trip not to be missed!At Globus, we design our journeys around the stories that they will tell. What story will you discover next?Fall Foliage Departures:Enjoy the spectacular fall colors of the West on our special Fall Foliage departures: Sep. 23 - Oct. 11 (if Mother Nature permits). Read More
This grand vacation travels through northeastern parts of the U.S. and Canada. Begin your trip in New York City with an exciting sightseeing tour. Then travel north to Boston, a city known for its colonial history, for a guided tour and time to discover the city on your own. Travel north through New Hampshire's beautiful mountains and scenery on your way to Québec, a French-Canadian province. Enjoy a guided tour of Québec City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved cities in North America. In this historic walled town, perhaps dine in one of the French restau...rants. Turn south toward cosmopolitan Montréal, a city which blends historic architecture with modern skyscrapers, and enjoy an included sightseeing tour. Be sure to study up on your French, as it is one of the world's largest French-speaking cities. Then drive west to the capital of Canada"Ottawa"for a city sightseeing tour and free time to explore. Visit St. Lawrence Islands National Park with an included scenic cruise on the river. Next is cosmopolitan Toronto, Canada's largest city and Ontario's capital. See major landmarks such as the CN Tower and SkyDome Stadium on a city tour. From Toronto, travel to Niagara Falls and board the Maid of the Mist for up-close views of thundering Niagara Falls. Toward the end of your journey, leave Canada and travel through the Appalachian Mountains into Pennsylvania Dutch Country to learn about the faith, culture, and way of life of the Amish and Mennonites in Lancaster County. Then visit the capital of the U.S., Washington DC, and spend two nights getting to know this fascinating city. Your guided tour of Washington DC includes some of the city's main highlights. Finally, stop in Philadelphia, a city of historic significance, for an orientation tour on your way back to New York City, where your vacation ends. Read More