From NYC: Exclusive Spanish-Language Day Trip to Boston
- Pickup available
- Duration: 15 hours
Your trip to Boston begins in Midtown Manhattan at the entrance of your preferred pickup hotel: Millennium Broadway, Pennsylvania, or Manhattan at Times Square. Once you have been picked up, head north to the capital city of Massachusetts. There will be a stop halfway, where you will have time to have breakfast and use the services. Once you arrive in Boston, the first stop is Copley Square, where you can appreciate the architectural contrasts of the city. You will see iconic sites such as the first public library in the United States, the Hancock Tower, the Church of the Holy Trinity, and the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. Within Copley Square, discover the monument to the Hare and the Turtle, which commemorates the cemetery of the Boston Marathon. The next stop will be in the Church of Christ Scientist. Following, head through Massachusetts Avenue where you will see the Back Bay neighbo...
El guía Martin es muy agradable y tiene un profundo conocimiento sobre la historia de la ciudad. Ampliamente recomendado.
Come discover beautiful Boston. Have your transportation and itinerary taken care of your while your only job is to sit back and enjoy this stunning city. Explore the best Boston has to offer including:
This is a quick hightlight tour of Boston. Our guide and driver was Millie who was fantastic. Very knowledgeable and entertaining. The bus was clean with cup holders and usb charging ports. Covid precautions were taken.
Depart New York along the Eastern Coast through Connecticut to Massachusetts and to its capital, Boston. Your first stop is the city of Cambridge where will find one of the most famous and most prestigious universities in the world: Harvard. The tour starts with a walk in Harvard Yard; the oldest academic ground in America. See Widener library, then rub the shoe of John Harvard for good luck. Continue to a panoramic tour passing by City Hall, MIT and Cambridge College. Then cross the Charles River and arrive in the center of the intellectual capital of the country. Visit Copley Square, home to beautiful Trinity church. Next up is a walk along the Freedom Trail through Boston Common Park. Break for lunch at Quincy Market, and try the world famous Clam Chowder or a lobster roll. After lunch, visit the site of the famous Tea Party and the navy ship Constitution. In the late afternoon, d...
+friendly and helpfull guides Explanations in several languages Comfortable van -the starting point was hard to find No visit to MIT
Your day will begin at 4:30AM from Times Square, where you will meet your guide and board a comfortable motor coach. After an approximate 4.5-hour drive, you will arrive to one of the oldest cities in the United States. Founded in 1630, Boston was the scene of several key events of the American Revolution. Your first stop will be at Harvard University, the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States, where your tour guide will lead you on a short walk through the institution. You will also receive views of MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), before crossing the Charles River on your way to the house of the Boston Red Sox and the oldest baseball park in major league baseball: Fenway Park. The next stop will be to the Boston Common, the first public park in the United States. From there you will be guided through several historic sites included on the Freedom Trai...
Get picked up early in the morning at a location of your choice between Lower Manhattan and 125th St. Meet your professional bilingual guide, then drive for approximately 4.5 hours to one of the oldest cities in the United States. Founded in 1630, Boston was the scene of several key events of the American Revolution. Make your first stop at Harvard University, the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States, take a short guided walk through the institution. Look over toward MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) before crossing the Charles River on your way to the house of the Boston Red Sox and the oldest baseball park in major league baseball: Fenway Park. The next stop is the Boston Common, the first public park in the United States. From there, let your guide lead you to several historic sites included on the Freedom Trail, and learn the history and significanc...
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We were only six in the group but we had fun in Boston. We visited Copley Square, Harvard University, Freedom Walk, and Quincy Market as our last stop. I also learned a lot about Boston and how it served as an important place for the United States and its history. We were given free neck pillows and watched a movie on our way back home.
Millie was our tour guide. She was knowledgeable about Boston. We also learned a bit about New York and Connecticut on our 4 hour drive to Boston. This is a very good intro to Boston.
Very well planned and well managed, compact yet comprehensive tour. Our driver/guide Mili was excellent, and I also enjoyed the very scenic drive from NYC to Boston and back.
Excellent. Very serious and punctual. Guia Martin very good and friendly.
Martín was a wonderful guide. We enjoy to step by Boston with him