When it comes to spectacle, excitement, and glamour, the USA really does stand alone. Boasting countless world-famous sights and attractions, the United States holds a unique cultural and historical fascination that attracts millions of visitors every year. From sprawling metropolises to rolling, forested landscapes, via snow-capped mountains and sandy desert landscapes.
U.S.A Tour Package (9 Nights / 10 Days)
Day 1 Boston
Upon arrival make your own way to your downtown hotel. The remainder of the day is free to relax after your flight.
Day 2 Boston
Boston is a large city with many enticing attractions. Explore the Freedom Trail, shop at Quincy Market, take a whale-watching cruise, or visit one of the country most famous breweries, Samuel Adams.
Day 3 Boston, New York
Take the train to the metropolis of New York. Once you arrive in central Manhattan, the remainder of the day is free to explore the Big Apple, from the smart shops of 5th Avenue, the poignant Ground Zero memorial, and the bright lights of Times Square to the views from the Empire State Building.
Day 4 New York
Enjoy a full day exploring the city that never sleeps. You may wish to take a horse and carriage ride around Central Park, experience the buzz of Chinatown, board a thrilling helicopter trip around the Statue of Liberty or take a sailing trip on the harbor. This evening the city many shows, theatres and nightlife options await.
Day 5 New York, Philadelphia
Take a train from New York to the historic city of Philadelphia. When you arrive in Philly the remainder of the day is yours to browse the historic downtown area.
Day 6 Philadelphia
Spend a day exploring Philadelphia. You can walk the memorial parks, visit the Liberty Bell in the informative Liberty Bell Centre or take a cruise on the river past Schuylkill River Park.
Day 7 Philadelphia, Washington DC
U.S.A Tour continues with a journey from Philadelphia to Washington D.C. The afternoon is free for you to explore this accessible city. You may wish to start with the chic shops and great restaurants of the Georgetown area or the monuments around The Mall. Highlights include the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument and, of course, the White House.
Day 8 Washington DC
Spend a further day exploring. The Capitol Building, Martin Luther King Jr Memorial and World War Two Memorial are all located in the downtown area. There is also the superb Smithsonian Institution which is made up of 19 separate exhibits across the city, and is widely regarded as one of the world's finest museums.
Day 9 Washington DC
There is time this morning for some last-minute shopping and sightseeing before making your own way to Washington Airport at the end of your trip to board your overnight flight back to the home country.
Every day, 10,000 people enter New York Grand Central Terminal—with no intention of catching a train. They come to slurp bivalves at the Oyster Bar or cocktails at the Campbell Apartment. They gawk at the ceiling embellished with gold constellations, browse shops, and take tours.
- National Mall and Memorial Parks
- Denali National Park
- Florida Keys
U.S. A Parks
There are many thousands of parks scattered across the United States of America. They range from tiny little neighborhood playgrounds and individual buildings of historical significance to immense tracts of wilderness and natural beauty larger than some nations. The US parks can be loosely categorized into
- National Parks
- State Parks
- Local Parks
- Private Parks
U.S. A Shopping
Shopping is an important part of many traveler visits to the US. Variety, late-closing hours, competitive prices and an abundance of retail goods typify US shopping. Many small stores, specialty food shops, and hypermarkets are open 24 hours a day in larger towns and cities.
Clothes and electronic goods can often be bought directly from factory outlet stores. Retail outlets range from flea markets and bargain stores to large chain department stores. Malls are a popular way of shopping in the USA and consist of a cluster of different shops in one building, often multi-level,
connected by indoor plazas and eateries.