East Coast Cities By Rail

New York City, Boston, Washington D.C, Philadelphia & Pennsylvania
8 days from £2,199 per person
Sit back and relax aboard the train to discover the famous sights and fascinating heritage of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C.

Includes:

  • Return scheduled flights
  • One-way transfer from Boston airport
  • One way Amtrak Coach travel on the Northeast Regional
  • 7 hotel nights
  • Hop-on, hop-off sightseeing tours in each city.
  • Boston - 2 nights

    Welcome to Boston, New England! Full of colonial charm, this is a bustling and historic city. Take time to follow the city’s revolutionary past by walking the Freedom Trail and visiting the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. Enjoy an included hop–on, hop–off sightseeing tour to see many of the city’s landmarks and attractions. Be sure to time a lunchtime stop at Boston’s Public Market, to taste the delights of New England.
  • New York - 2 nights

    Board Amtrak and travel by rail to the ever exciting New York City. Hop on your guided sightseeing bus and travel to many must–see attractions from Central Park all the way to Brooklyn. Perhaps do a little shopping on Fifth Avenue, at Macy’s or Bloomingdales. Dine in fantastic restaurants, take a cruise on the Hudson, see a Broadway Show. It’s all here in the Big Apple!
  • Philadelphia - 1 night

    Today travel to Penn Station and board Amtrak to continue on to Philadelphia. Upon arriving in the “City of Brotherly Love” you will board a hop–on, hop–off tour that will bring you to such historical sites as the Betsy Ross House, Independence Hall, Eastern State Penitentiary, and the Liberty Bell.
  • Washington, D.C. - 2 nights

    With the White House, Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial to name but a few, Washington D.C. was designed to impress. Discover the city’s grand monuments, famous sights and fascinating museums and exhibitions. For a complete overview of America’s capital city, tour aboard your hop–on, hop–off bus, stopping at all of the major attractions such as the Smithsonian Museums which have no entry charges.