Boston, New York and ‘DC’

If you’re coming to Denver from Europe, this fascinating East Coast tour is the perfect fit.
Fly into the vibrant city of Boston - with the highlight a walking tour of esteemed Harvard University.
A luxury coach will take you to New York (visiting a Rhode Island mansion along the way). In the Big Apple you take a sightseeing tour of Manhattan and then enjoying two days to explore this amazing city at your leisure.
Then its onto Boston, seeing the monuments and memorials where so much of America’s history
has been made.

 
 
 

Sample itinerary

 

DAY ONE

Arrive via Hawaiian Airlines in Boston the late afternoon or early evening.
Overnight in Boston.

 

DAY TWO

Guided sightseeing tour of Boston with a walking tour of the Harvard University campus.
Rest of the day at leisure. Boston is a great place to delve into American history and visit landmarks of the Revolutionary era - such as Paul Revere’s House, Faneuil Hall and the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum.

 

DAY THREE

At leisure in Boston. Optional tours. Sports fans can tour Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Or how about a visit to Quincy Market which opened in 1826 and is still serves up good food, has plenty of great shopping and a lot of places to sit back and take in the atmosphere.

 

DAY FOUR

Coach transport Boston to the amazing melting pot of New York with a stop enroute at Newport, RI for a mansion tour. Overnight in Manhattan.

 

DAY FIVE

Guided sightseeing tour of Manhattan in the morning with the rest of the day free. It’s hard to know where to begin, but here are a few highlights - explore 843 acres of Central Park by foot, bike or horse-drawn carriage, walk or bike over the Brooklyn Bridge, head up the iconic Empire State Building for a brilliant birds-eye view.

 

DAY SIX

At leisure in New York. Another day to take in New York’s wonders. Take the Staten Island Ferry across to the Statue of Liberty, take a look at the historic Grand Central Station (check out the Whispering Gallery) or grab a bite at the Chelsea Market, one of the city’s most popular urban foodcourts.

 

DAY SEVEN

At leisure in New York. Catch one of the many shows on Broadway, visit the 9/11 Memorial at Ground Zero, or pick a museum - Metropolitan Museum of Art, American Museum of Natural History, Museum of Modern Art and many more.

 

DAY EIGHT

Coach transport from New York to Washington, DC with a guided sightseeing tour upon arrival and a night-time monuments and memorials tour. Overnight in Washington, DC.

 

DAY NINE

At leisure in Washington, DC. Here are some of the local highlights - the White House is an absolute must-see, as is the Lincoln Memorial which is home to the reflection pool and Martin Luther King Jr Memorial.

 

DAY TEN

At leisure in Washington, DC. The District Wharf is home to more than 20 restaurants and bars, music venues, shops and live events. Arlington Cemetery is the final resting place of more than 400,000 fallen from Iraq, Afghanistan and WW1, WW2, Korea and Vietnam. Or maybe take in the world famous Smithsonian Museum.

 

DAY ELEVEN

Fly from Washington, DC to Denver.

 
Empire State Building, New York

Empire State Building, New York

Historic streets, Boston

Historic streets, Boston

Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC

Lincoln Memorial, Washington DC


 
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Book your bucket list tour and
know everything is taken care of.

We’ve done the miles.

You can be rest assured the team at VSL Travel have the experience and knowledge to make sure your pre or post tour is a real highlight of Golden Oldies Denver. After all, we’ve been preparing boutique tours for close to two decades – and we believe this expertise makes the world of difference.

We don't cut corners.

Over time we’ve grown an extensive network of travel partners – these are well-established, highly professional operators that we trust. Time and time again they’ve delivered a seamless tour experience, and they will do so again with Denver.

We bend over backwards.

Because we’re a smaller company, we can be a lot more flexible with the tours we prepare. Say you wanted to play an extra match or meet up with local rugby stalwarts, we’d simply get on the phone and make the arrangements. So even though we’ve put together sample itineraries, please come to us if you’d prefer something different!

One point of contact.

All your travel arrangements can be booked through the Golden Oldies office – which saves going backwards and forwards with an overseas tour operator or agent. Plus we can organise travel insurance and assist with any required documentation such as visas.

 

To discuss your ideas and to receive a no-obligation quote
please contact PETER@govsl.com 

 
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