Quebec – Ottawa – Montreal – Kingston
Thousand Islands – Toronto – Niagara Falls
Boston – Corning – Westpoint – New York
(Special in Tour 01: Attend International Tulip Festival in Ottawa)
(Special in Tour 03: Autumn Yellow Leave Season)
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Arrive in the historic city of Boston in the morning. You will discover that you are on another journey to the historic route of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, one of the oldest cities in the United States founded by the Puritan colonists from England on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630. In the late 18th century, Boston was the location of several major events during the American Revolution, including the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party. Several early battles of the American Revolution, such as the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston, occurred within the city and surrounding areas. After American independence was attained, Boston became a major shipping port and manufacturing center. Boston’s rich history and famous universities have also become a tourist attraction. Faneuil Hall, located near the waterfront, a marketplace and a meeting hall since 1742, has welcomed over 20 million visitors every year. You’ll have time for a short coffee break and stroll along the historic Harvard Square in the center of Cambridge, adjacent to Harvard Yard, the historic heart of Harvard University. The Square functions as a commercial center for Harvard students, as well as residents of western Cambridge and the inner western and northern suburbs of Boston. Stop at Quincy Market. (D)
Across the border to enter Canada. See the best of Quebec City on a brief introductory tour of Old Quebec, the historic heart of French Canada. You’ll be charmed by the old-world atmosphere of the city that is filled with narrow streets, steep hills and numerous historical sites such as Place Royale, the birthplace of French civilization in North America, the picturesque Chateau Frontenac, and the brilliant wall surrounds most of Old Quebec, which was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1985. (B/D)
Today, we will embark on a complete tour of Montreal with countless points of interest. You’ll travel with a professional tour guide to Old Montreal (Vieux Montreal), located between the River and downtown. This historical part of the City and its Old Port will put you into close contact with the past life of major metropolis of North America. Old Montreal has always been the center of the city and has preserved testimonies of all bygone eras. A visit to Notre-Dame Basilica will reveal the masterpiece of Montreal’s Gothic Revival architecture with magnificent interior decoration that captivates hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. St. Joseph’s Oratory, a Roman Catholic Basilica and national shrine built on the west slope of Mount-Royal. It is Canada’s largest church and one of the world’s most visited shrines. The basilica’s huge dome reaches 320 feet and is second in height only to Saint-Peter’s Basilica in Rome. End your day with a fun discovery the capital of Canada, Ottawa, where you can enjoy the International Tulip Flower Festival. (B/D)
Depart Toronto for Kingston, a city with a rich history, culture, and has been critically acclaimed for its attractions and cuisine. It is the gateway to the 1000 Islands and the UNESCO designated Rideau Canal. Kingston’s culture is embedded in everything from daily activities to evening hot spots and cultural shows. Spend an afternoon at one of the many local bookstores or cafes, or listen as local musicians perform in lounges and pubs. Experience a renaissance of the mind, heart and soul as you unfold the layers of culture in this dynamic city on the water. Continue to Toronto, the largest city in Canada and the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located in Southern Ontario on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario. (B/D)
Begin your morning with Toronto city tour: Explore the amazing attractions of this great city as we begin with the photo stop Rogers Center, Toronto City Hall & Chinatown, an ethnic enclave in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, with a high concentration of ethnic Chinese residents and businesses extending along Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue. The area was first developed in the late 19th century, it is now one of the largest Chinatowns in North America and one of several major Chinese-Canadian communities in the Greater Toronto Area. After two hours driving to the South, it’s time to explore spectacular Niagara Falls. You’ll “Walk on White Water,” which takes you to the edge of one of the world’s wildest stretches of whitewater, where you’ll see how the Great Gorge was created. You’ll also take a ride on the famous Maid of the Mist boat, then enjoy lunch and sightseeing at your leisure in Niagara Parks. (B/D)
Leave Niagara Falls, our bus will cross the Rainbow Bridge into to the US border to visit one of the most popular cities in the USA: New York. On the way, make a stop at Corning city. (B/D)
New York! The city that never sleeps. As one of the world’s leading metropolises for art, fashion, food and theater, New York is a city every tourist should visit.
The first place we visit is the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. This is perhaps the most iconic statue in the world, and one which is an unmistakable symbol of New York City, and the USA in general. After that, from Battery Park, it’s just a few minute walk to the next visit is Wall Street. This is the most famous financial district in the world, home to the New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ. Don’t miss a photo with the famous Bull statue, which symbolizes a bull market, a time when stocks are on the up. Photo stop the One World Trade Center, is the main building of the rebuilt World Trade Center complex. The super tall structure has the same name as the North Tower of the original World Trade Center, which was destroyed in the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Next stop for the day is to the top of the Rockefeller Center. Before you head up, you should definitely explore around the base, as there are some notable sights, including the famous statue of Hercules. Another New York icon, Times Square has been wowing visitors with its technicolor billboards since it was given the name Time Square in 1904. Times Square is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world, with over 50 million visitors coming here every year. It’s also not actually a square, despite the name! Since 1907, Times Square has been where New York has celebrated New Year, with the famous ball drop taken place here at midnight every New Year’s Eve.
Enjoy your memory night at the hotel with a walking distance to Times Square. (B/D)
Morning depart to West Point. A Professional West Point guides will lead you through military history of this famous army college in the world. General George Patton, General Douglas MacArthur and General Dwight Eisenhower, all graduated from West Point. Witness a piece of Berlin Wall and General George Patton’s personal Ivory pistol. Learn the story of West Point and the United States Military Academy beginning in 1778 during the Revolutionary War, to the present role of the United States Military Academy as the premier training facility for leaders who mold the future of our country. Continue your New York City tour by visiting the United Nations headquarters. You might want to take some souvenir photos here. Shopping is also an unmissable activity while you’re in The Big Apple. When it comes to shopping in NYC, your options are all but limitless. You’ll find many of the best department stores in the world, including Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s NYC, and countless Fifth Avenue boutique shops. You’ll also find iconic NYC specialty shops like Saks Fifth Avenue, fun open air markets like the Green Flea Market, and famous NYC toy stores like FAO Schwarz. This evening, board your return flight from New York City to Los Angeles. (B/D)