America - Exploring the Cities - Colonial Boston
(3 Days, Mini-Stay / 4 Days, City Package)

Boston, site of the famous tea Party, is one of the nation’s oldest cities with a history spanning over 350 years. Today, Boston still manages to retain its historical charm while embracing progress and technology.

Boston’s downtown offers Quincy Market, named after a former mayor of Boston. the market place consists of food stalls, cafés and restaurants housed in historical buildings. There, one can walk a part of the Freedom Trail which connects the city’s most important historical sites, including the site of the notorious Boston Massacre, the old South Meeting House and Boston Common – one of the oldest public parks in the nation.

For those wishing to continue their exploration choose the 4 day package and spend an exciting day in nearby Cape Cod!

Both Packages Include:

Accommodations at your selected hotel
State and local taxes
Fenway park tour
— visit the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, ‘America’s Most Beloved Ballpark’, where the Babe pitched, the Kid hit, and Yaz dazzled fans of all ages.
Mass Bay Lines Whale Watch
— Cruise with Boston’s premiere whale watching company and see humpback, minke, and finback whales.
Learn about the biology and behavior of whales, and witness for yourself these amazing mammals. Be sure to bring warm clothes and a camera!
Boston Harbor Cruises 45-Minute Constitution Cruise

The 3 Night Package Also Includes

Hy-Line Nantucket Ferry
— once you’ve set foot on the ‘Far-Away Isle,’ you’ll want to return again and again. Washed by the atlantic, with beaches and water incredibly clear and sparkling, Nantucket has a history of seafaring greatness, which surrounds you on this picturesque island. Discover the exciting shops and boutiques or join a guided bus tour of the island, which includes views of the Whaling Museum, the cobblestone Main Street, and other fascinating sights

Admission to the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

Hyannisport Harbor cruise

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