New York is a very busy city to the North-East of the United States of America. The constant traffic and business of city life is sometimes a lot for people and, as such, many times people look for a brief escape from the city for relaxation or experience the new. Another city steeped in history in North-Eastern America is the relatively nearby city of Boston, Massachusetts and is a destination many may consider visiting in order for a brief escape from the business of New York. If this applies to you or anyone you know, then you may want to consider taking a 2 Day Boston Tour from New York and visiting the famous city.
Facts and Info about your Trip to Boston
The tour to Boston starts from New York and is available for departure from Flushing, Brooklyn or Manhattan in New York City, from the dates of: Monday, Wednesday or Saturday (03/17/2018-10/31/2018); Saturday (11/01/2018-03/17/2019); 12/19/2018, 12/24/2018, 12/26/2018 and is given via a bus service.
Boston has many historical and interesting sights to see, including it’s three world famous university campuses of Harvard, Yale and MIT, with extensive in-depth tours of the Ivy League schools providing information on the history, facts and interesting details about the Ivy League college campuses of Masachusettes.
You will also see many sights of Boston along the way, being given the opportunity to ride on the famous amphibious duck tour, which is a tourist vehicle capable of driving on the roads throughout the city and show you various buildings and landmarks before taking you on a boat cruise down the river to show you a unique perspective of the land that can’t be attained elsewhere.
The duck tour will show you many historic landmarks of Boston from Bunker Hill, the Golden-domed State House, Quincy Market and Prudential Tower, ending with a breath taking view of Boston and Cambridge’s skylines from the Charles River.
Visit the Vanderbilt Mansion, a protected piece of National land and a great Historic Site historically known as Hyde Park. The mansion has old architecture from America’s “Gilded Age” and features designs unlike many of the buildings throughout New York city that can help you achieve that much earned break from the busy city life.
At the end of the first day you will be treated to a seasonal meal of a high-quality, excellent New England styled Lobster Dinner, a famous piece of local cuisine that has left its mark on Boston and before heading to your hotel. The second day will take you through Quincy Market and give you the opportunity to enjoy a variety of local cuisine or even food from further afield, depending on your interests.
So if you want to escape from New York and visit historical Massachusetts then consider booking a 2 day tour and see the birthplace of Freedom in America with an extensive and high quality tour that will give you a great look at all the amazing sights of Boston.