Sites to visit: The colonial area where the first beginnings of the revolution started, such as Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, the cradle of American civilization. The Old State House where the Boston massacre occurred. Bostonians houses that highlight areas of Beacon Hill and Back Bay where we see the contrast between old and modern looks. The Copley Square area, most attractive for its variety of architecture, where we find Trinity Church, with its monumental stained glass, the John Hancock Tower, the tallest building in New England, the Boston Library with one of the largest collections of Spanish-American literary works and the Newbury Street area galleries, brand name stores and Parisian-style cafes and even five-star hotels. We also see the headquarters of the Church of Christ, Scientist, where we find an organ with more than 13,000 pipes. The Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, and the Boston Strangler crime scenes.
The North End district and Little Italy. The area of Charlestown, mother of all Universities, field where the Battle of Bunker Hill, which contributed to our Independence, took place. After crossing the Charles River, in the city of Cambridge, we visit: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University, where the largest library in an academic center in the United States and the Statue of Three Lies. Here you can follow in the footsteps of presidents and identify the birthplace of the Nobel Prize.
After all this we undertake the journey back to New York, arriving in the evening hours. Includes roundtrip transportation from the city of New York and visit to the city of Boston with lunch. Duration: 13 hours / Operates every Saturday and Wednesday regularly. For groups of 7 passengers, operates upon request. - Children under 14.