Day 1: Montréal – Boston ---- Departure at 6:00 in the morning. Upon arrival in Boston after 5 hour of driving, the capital and largest city of the state of Massachusetts, we will be amazed by the cultural excellence implemented by its universities, libraries and festivals. Afterwards, we will visit the only observatory in New England, the Skywalk on the 50th floor of the Prudential Centre. It offers a sky-high vantage point for sweeping 360 degree views of Greater Boston and beyond. Then we will visit the Beacon Hill, characterized by its cottages and brick mansions reflecting Victorian England. Then we will visit two world-top universities: Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The former is a private Ivy League research university while the latter is a prestigious one known traditionally for research and education in the physical sciences and engineering, and is affiliated with 81 Nobel laureates. Around 8:00 PM, we will go to hotel. (Hotel in Boston)
Day 2 Boston ---- After breakfast, we will leave for downtown Boston. Upon arrival, we will take the only amphibious vehicle Super Duck Cruise to admire the breathtaking Harbor views and Boston’s waterfront history. Then we will visit the first obelisk built in the America, the Bunker Hill Monument, built to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill. Afterwards we will visit the USS Constitution, the oldest active-duty ship in the world. Then we will go to the Old North Church, the oldest standing church building in Boston and a National Historic Landmark. Around noon, we will go to Quincy Market, one of the most visited Bostonian sites. After lunch, we will go to the Freedom Trail, a red brick path that allows tourists to discover Boston’s principal monuments as well as landmarks. Then we will go to New Hampshire Merrimack Premium Outlets, where you can find world-leading brands at affordable price. After enjoying your shopping, we will go back to hotel. (Hotel in Boston)
Day 3 Boston–Rhodes Island–Montreal ---- After breakfast in hotel, we will go to Newport, a city in Rhode Island, the smallest state of the United States. Upon arrival, we will visit a Vanderbilt mansion the Breakers, the largest summer cottage in Newport, as well as Marble House, a Gilded-Age mansion now open to the public as a museum run by the Newport Preservation Society. Afterwards, we will visit the Cliff Walk, along the eastern shore of Newport, known worldwide as a public access walk combining natural beauty of the Newport shoreline with the architectural history of Newport's Gilded Age. After lunch, we leave for Montreal. We will arrive in Montreal’s Chinatown around 9:30 PM
English or French speaking guide, Transportation, 2 nights hotel, 2 Breakfast, Taxes.
* Service Charge for Guide & Driver: adult US$21, Child US$15 (0-12)
* Admission Fees
- Skywalk Observatory: adult US$16, Child US$11 (3-12)
- Marble House & The Breakers: adult US$24, Child US$7 (6-17)
- Super Duck cruise: adult US$35, Child US$31 (13-18), child US$23 (0-12)
* Travel insurance
Important notice: A valid passport (it must be valid 6 months after return journey) is required to pass U.S. Customs. A valid U.S. visa is also required for countries that are not in the Visa Waiver Program. Wonder Travel does not endorse any considerable delays at customs because of personal mistakes made by travelers in the group. Therefore the traveler will be obliged to leave the group from U.S. border and the return fee will afford by their own.
Departure site: 1242 Rue Stanely. Montreal (Metro Peel Exit St-Catherine)