Experience the best of East Coast cities on this USA vacation package that includes three exciting destinations filled with food tours, history walks, and authentic local experiences!
With local experts to lead the way, you’ll discover incredible seafood in Boston, visit top historic attractions of Philadelphia and indulge in the world-famous cheesesteak, and enjoy both the culinary scenes of country and city from Amish towns to the Big Apple!
During our 7-day tour, you’ll enjoy time with a knowledgeable guide as well as time for yourself to enjoy shopping, exploring, and more good eatin’. History lovers will enjoy the charm of Philadelphia’s Old City and symbols of the American Revolution from the Liberty Bell to Independence Hall.
Foodies will fall for Boston’s unbeatable culinary scene, from its lobster to its clam “chowdah”. And who couldn’t fall in love with New York City and its skyline’s famous icons from the Statue of Liberty to the Empire State Building?
So leave the driving to us, come hungry, and get ready for an unforgettable East Coast food lover’s adventure!
The tour can be extended to Washington, D.C., or an alternative option to book a shuttle to one of New York City’s major airports. The optional extension to Washington, D.C., includes a day visit including the Mall and Monuments by Night Electric Cart Tour, a one-night stay in a Washington, D.C., hotel, and shuttle to Dulles International Airport.
# Per-person price extension - $300 (3-person minimum)
# Shuttle service to NYC airport - $100 per person (3-person minimum)
You’ll meet your tour guide at 5:00 p.m. and get to know each other before heading out to explore downtown Boston and its incredible food scene. You’ll learn all about Boston seafood culture and the traditional cuisine its coastal inhabitants have enjoyed for millenia thanks to the bounty of fish and shellfish off Cape Cod and from the Atlantic Ocean. Among the variety of foods we might be enjoying on our night out on the town are some local clams blended up to make the irresistible creamy concoction we love and know as New England–style chowder. Another native dish you can’t miss while in Beantown is the loaded lobster roll, a flavorful seafood sandwich that has gained immense popularity over the course of its one hundred-year history. You’ll learn about all the fresh ingredients that go into these Northeast staples and how they can vary from one region to another. Your guide will fill you up and fill you in on the history of each dish as you dine in some of Boston’s most historic and noteworthy restaurants. Once you’re sated, you’ll want to get a good night’s sleep for more food and sightseeing on Day 2 of our itinerary!
Meals included - Seafood Welcome Dinner
Drive time - 1 hour