DAY 2 BOSTON
Shoppers will enjoy Newbury Street in the affluent Back Bay, with its Iconic Cities and Beyond Massachusetts – New York – Pennsylvania – District of Columbia Public Garden, Boston Take Amtrak to discover the culture and history of four iconic East Coast cities, all with their own rich and diverse tapestry. Explore the neighborhoods and hidden secrets of these cities as only locals do. Times Square, New York City high-end boutiques in restored brownstone houses, and Copley Place, a two-level mall with top brand-name stores. South Boston, known as Southie, is home to the famous St. Patrick’s Day Parade and the South Boston Waterfront, now emerging as the Seaport District with restaurants and cruise tours. In the heart of Boston, the Waterfront and Harbor Walk link many neighborhoods and offer breathtaking waterfront views as well as great dining options on and off the water. Sports fans should plan to watch a Boston Red Sox baseball game (April through October) and take a tour of Fenway Park, the oldest Major League Baseball Park in the country. When the weather is nice, stroll through the Boston Common and take a ride on one of the famous Swan Boats in the Public Garden.
Today’s Suggested Optional Experience (at an additional cost)
OLD TOWN TROLLEY TOUR SILVER PASS – BOSTON (BOS-TROL):
Hop aboard one of these trolleys and you’ll experience ‘’Transportainment’’, a delightful combination of transportation and entertainment. Turn back the pages of history and relive colonial Boston. Coming from various backgrounds, each conductor narrates the sightseeing tour with his or her own blend of trivia, colorful anecdotes, and humorous stories to ensure that your experience is both enjoyable and informative.