American Historic Highways
BEGINS and ENDS IN NEW YORK NEW YORK - CAPE COD - BOSTON - BAR HARBOR -QUÉBEC - MONTRÉAL - OTTAWA - TORONTO - NIAGRA FALLS - HARRISBURG - WILLIAMSBURG - WASHINGTON DC - NEW YORK Note : This is a suggested self-drive itinerary, there are many options to extend your stay or alter your route. Please call and speak to our North American reservations specialists.
Holiday HighlightsWalk or run in Central Park View the Statue of Liberty from Battery Park Stroll along the beaches of Cape Cod Walk the historic Freedom trail in Boston Visit Salem, the site of the Salem witch trials and birthplace of novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne Drive to the summit of Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park Eat fresh Maine lobster in Bar Harbor Stroll Quebec City's cobblestone street while watching artisans busy at work Dive into a river of discovery as you follow the historic St. Lawrence Discover Montreal, the world' second-largest French-speaking city after Paris Stand on the lawn of Ottawa's Parliament Hill to view the daily Changing the Guard ceremony Adventure awaits at Toronto's CN Tower, Canada's most recognizable and celebrated con Feel the thundering roar and tremendous ower of Niagara Falls' waters Unover the rich history and culture of the Amish Experience the passion of Gettysburg and the inspiration for the 'Gettysburg Address' Pass Charlottesville, home to three U.S. presidents See 18th-century trades practiced using 18th-century methods and tools View original 18th-century structures in the Historic Area of Colonial Williamsburg Delight in DC's celebrated monuments and memorials showcasing the history of the U.S. Capture a photo of the White House Discover America's past at Independence National Historical Park See the Liberty Bell and Declaration of Independence
The lead-in tour price includes accommodation as per itinerary, a Compact 2 door car with fully inclusive insurance or similar. If no price is listed call us to price this itinerary for your preferred dates of travel.
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