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Ultimate New England

New York, Catskills, Niagara Falls, Stowe, Acadia NP, Boston, Cape Cod & The Hamptons

Seven stylish, scenic and history packed States that will charm you at every turn. New York is an amazing start, whilst the Hamptons brings a stylish end to this road trip tour. In between, you’ll cruise through New England’s best bits and along it’s most scenic roads.

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Ultimate New England 21 days

Remember, any and all of our pre packaged road trips, can be altered to meet your exact needs and wants. Do you have more or less than 21 days for your road trip? No problem, we can bolt on extra nights to allow more time to explore or shorten the number of destinations as required. Just let us know when requesting your quote.

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Empire State Building

Day 1

Arrive in New York

Welcome to New York! Starting in the upper west-side, this neighbourhood is a great base for your first day. This part of Manhattan has a residential feel combined with great shopping and foodie enclaves like the famous Zabar’s Deli. The American Museum of Natural History can be found nearby and is an absolute must see for all ages.

  • Key location: New York
  • New York

Central Park

Day 2

Explore the Big Apple

Central Park is the most visited urban park in the US. With 843 acres of walking trails, ice rinks, cycle paths, a Zoo and even a castle you can easily spend the day here. Bordering one length of the park is 5th Avenue home to some of the worlds most renowned museums such as The Met and The Guggenheim. Madison and Park Avenue are here too, great for watching the wealthiest New Yorkers dip in and out the most luxurious designer stores.

  • Key location: New York
  • New York

Statue Of Liberty

Day 3

Discover the joys of Downtown NY

Downtown stretches to Battery Park at it’s most southern tip, where ferries leave to the legendary Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The financial district is anchored by Wall St, home to the New York Stock exchange and the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Surrounding neighborhoods offer a great contrast to this commercial hub - Soho, Greenwich, Tribeca and the Meatpacking district are crammed with cool bars, shops and restaurants.

  • Key location: New York
  • New York

Time Square Mayhem

Day 4

Shops and skyscrapers in Midtown

Highlights include 5th Avenue shopping, Grand Central Station, the New York Public Library, Bryant Park, Times Square, Broadway and the Rockefeller Centre - just make sure you leave time to visit either the Top of The Rock or The Empire State Building as the Sun sets, to witness the city’s lights come alive on your final evening in the Big Apple.

  • Key location: New York
  • New York

Road Along Finger Lakes

Day 5

Leave Manhattan for the Finger Lakes

Bid farewell to the Big Apple and venture into the beautiful nature of New York State. The Finger Lakes await in the region which inspired the film 'It's a Wonderful Life', where you'll enjoy canoeing and museums at your pleasure.

  • Key location: Finger Lakes
  • Finger Lakes
  • 231 Miles

Niagara Falls

Day 6

See the most famous waterfall in the world

Niagara Falls is made up of three massive, separate waterfalls. The largest is on the Canadian side of the falls and is named Horseshoe Falls, whilst Bridal Veil and American Falls are on the US side of the border. Such is the power of the water that passes over the falls, Niagara has moved 7 miles up river since it was formed.

  • Key location: Niagara Falls
  • Niagara Falls
  • 165 Miles

The Powerful Falls

Day 7

Take a boat ride in Niagara Falls

Enjoy the day exploring Niagara Falls. A must-do is to take to the water and experience the power of the falls close up. Horn Blower Niagara Cruises operate boats from the Canadian side of the border. Ask us about visa requirements if you're unsure.

  • Key location: Niagara Falls
  • Niagara Falls

Curvy New England Roads

Day 8

Drive through the beautiful Adirondack Mountains

Head north for the Adirondacks Mountains and relax by Lake George where more than 6 million acres of protected nature awaits.

  • Key location: Adirondacks
  • Lake George
  • 322 Miles

Stowe, Vermont

Day 9

Stowe’s great outdoors and small town charm

This ski resort town is a cute as a button, provided state off the art lifts with small town charm. In the summer months, biking and hiking take over. And come Autumn, the leaves put on a show for all to see. Like Ice Cream? Then visit the Ben & Jerry’s factory that sits on the edge of town.

  • Key location: Green Mountains
  • Stowe
  • 122 Miles

Stowe During Winter

Day 10

A relaxing day in Vermont

Enjoy your second day in Stowe by exploring the rich history of the town, along with its excellent shopping opportunities. The mountain resorts provide excellent spas that allow you to relax in the calming nature.

  • Key location: Green Mountains
  • Stowe

Covered Bridges

Day 11

Travel through the White Mountains

Drive from Vermont by travelling through the Green Mountains into the White Mountains. Jackson is famous for its distinct covered bridges, leading you to Mount Washington which is the tallest mountain in the Northeastern States.

  • Key location: White Mountains
  • Jackson
  • 125 Miles

Acadia National Park

Day 12

Cruise down to Acadia National Park

Today you’ll leave Vermont and drive through New Hampshire on your way to Acadia National Park in the state of Maine. People have been drawn to the rugged coast of Maine throughout history. Awed by its beauty and diversity, early 20th-century visionaries donated the land that became Acadia National Park. The park is home to many plants and animals, and the tallest mountain on the U.S. Atlantic coast. Today visitors come to Acadia to hike granite peaks, bike historic carriage roads, or relax and enjoy the scenery.

  • Key location: Acadia NP
  • Bar Harbor
  • 220 Miles

Acadia in Autumn

Day 13

A colourful day in Acadia

A full day to explore every corner of Acadia National Park, in the autumn months the park becomes just as colourful as the roads throughout New England that have taken you here.

  • Key location: Acadia NP
  • Bar Harbor

Yachts Under The Sun

Day 14

Kennebunkport

Enjoy your breakfast in Acadia National Park before heading south to Kennenbunkport, where you'll enjoy one of their famous crab meals. Bask in the sun of the wonderful beaches that find themselves in this classic New England fishing town.

  • Key location: Atlantic Coast
  • Kennebunkport
  • 187 Miles

Acorn Street, Boston

Day 15

Two days in historic Boston

Time to head south to Boston. The most historic part of the city is the North End. Famous for its cobbled streets, characterful churches and revolutionary past. If you're visiting in the autumn, be sure to try to fit in a whale watching trip. Boats depart regularly next to the aquarium. Tonight, enjoy traditional New England hospitality in the North End with seafood or Italian. Both are superb!

  • Key location: Boston
  • Boston
  • 85 Miles

Boston Skyline

Day 16

A second day in to explore Boston

Discover more of Boston’s highlights, including a stroll over the Longfellow Bridge at sunset, seeking out 17th-century gravestones, exploring some of Boston’s charming neighbourhoods like Beacon Hill and cheering on one of the city's great sporting teams.

  • Key location: Boston
  • Boston

Early America In Plymouth

Day 17

Cap Cod, via Plymouth

When the pilgrims got lost when searching for New York, they happened across this patch of land and named it after the port they had departed on the over side of the pond. Today you walk in the footsteps of the Native Americans and the Pilgrims, or visit a stunning replica of the Mayflower boat that carried them. Afterwards, take the scenic Highway 6 out to Cape Cod’s Provincetown.

  • Key location: Plymouth
  • Cape Cod
  • 115 Miles

Cape Cod Lighthouse

Day 18

The beaches and homes of Cape Cod

Summer home for the Kennedy's, this 65 mile long peninsula offers historic towns, fantastic sea food and wild sand dunes. Packed in the summer months, however spring and autumn also offer enjoyable weather and migrating birds. From your Hotel or B&B, you’ll be able to relax among the natural surroundings.

  • Key location: Cape Cod
  • Cape Cod

Classic House In Newport

Day 19

Explore Rhode Island

Enjoy the beautiful scenery on the coast of Rhode Island, filled with classic Colonial architecture that have been the centrepieces for several Hollywood films in the past decades. Newport is a perfect summer getaway for travellers that enjoy the salty smell of the ocean, wind caressing their hair with history surrounding them from all areas.

  • Key location: Newport
  • Newport
  • 102 Miles

The Breakers Mansion

Day 20

Small town New England at it’s best

One day in Newport is rarely enough as there are countless landmarks and museums to visit. Once you've enjoyed a meal by the beautiful beach and taken in the scorching sun, ready for a trip south to the USA's most exclusive beach resort. Pick your route to hit your favourite landmarks, before driving the 90 miles or so to the Hamptons.

  • Key location: Newport
  • Newport

Hampton Beach Houses

Day 21

See why New Yorkers love the Hamptons

The Hamptons is home to many of the East Coasts rich and famous, and some of the mansions need to be seen to be believed - but this area also offers charming clapperboard cottages, windmills and adorable village settings. Cruise around the leafy streets and enjoy great seafood lunches by the beach. A beautiful finish to your Road Trip, with the plane home awaiting you the next day.

  • Key location: Hamptons
  • Hamptons
  • 119 Miles

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