US Fly/Rail Holiday – Boston - New York - Washington, DC
- Great introductory visit to three major US cities
- Leisure time in Boston, New York and Washington DC
- Scenic rail journey from Boston to New York
- Centrally located hotels
- Railway Stations conveniently situated for onward journeys
- 8 Days from £1,465pp
A great way to visit America’s Eastern Seaboard cities of Boston, New York and Washington, DC in one quick trip. After crossing the Atlantic no further flights will be required for you to enjoy the culture, history and buzz of these very different cities. Simply catch the train, sit back and enjoy the view as you are transported to each railway station conveniently situated in the heart of the cities.
Day 1 - Your Journey begins in Boston
Fly UK to Boston. Transfer to a city centre hotel where you will stay for 2 nights based on room only.
Days 2 - At Leisure in Boston
Discover Boston including sights such as Beacon Hill, Boston Common, Cambridge, the Freedom Trail and the Museum of Fine Arts.
Day 3 - Boston to New York City
Transfer on your own and board Amtrak to New York City as you stay in the Big Apple for the next 2 nights.
Day 4 - New York City
Free day to tour the city and its many tourist hotspots including Central Park or shop in style at the famous Macy's Department Store.
Day 5 - New York City to Washington, DC
Transfer on your own and board Amtrak to Washington, DC for a 2 night stay.
Day 6 - Washington, DC
Day at leisure to tour the nation's history.
Day 7 - Fly Home
Transfer to the airport for your overnight flight back to the UK.
Arrive back in the UK.
Colonnade Hotel 4*, Boston
Best Western Plus Arena 3*, Brooklyn, New York
The Graham Georgetown 4*, Washington DC
Please note - hotels can be subject to change
- Direct flights in economy class by scheduled airline
- Accommodation in good quality hotels
- All rail journeys
Price per person
From £1,465 per person sharing
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