For anyone residing in New York City, it’s time to start appreciating what is right at your fingertips. Not only do you live in the one of the greatest cities in the world, but you are within a short distance to one of the most historic cities in the country. Boston is just a short drive away, and you can easily take it all in by signing up for a 2 day Boston tour from New York City.
Exploring the area by bus is the best way to experience the city of Boston to the fullest. When you begin your search for tour companies, you’ll quickly realize that there are plenty of options. Some of these tour companies are better than others, but there is one that outshines them all: eWorldTours.
The Boston trip is just one of the many tours, but it is a perfect (and convenient) option for those living in the Big Apple. For those of you who are interested in a tour from New York to Boston, here is everything you need to know.
How much does this tour cost?
You’ll be shocked to find out that the full 2-day tour to Boston costs just $108 per person when you travel with someone else. It gets even better; if you add a third person to the tour, this person will be added for free. An additional fourth guest drops the price to just $76 per person. This is one of the most budget-friendly NYC to Boston tours available.
*Keep in mind that these prices do not include admission tickets to the attractions you’ll be visiting. You are required to pay those fees directly to the attraction once you arrive. There is a list of prices for each stop you’ll be visiting on the website.
What is the itinerary for Day 1?
There are a few departure points in New York, including Flushing, Brooklyn, and Manhattan. From the designated departure point you will be headed straight to the prestigious Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. After Yale you will head to Breakers Mansion in Newport, Rhode Island. From there you will head to Boston to take part in the famous Boston Duck Tour. This perfect day will end with a New England Lobster Dinner.
How about Day 2?
The second day is just as exciting. You will start with a tour of Harvard University and then take a stroll through MIT. After the university tours you’ll explore the Boston Harbor and the famous Trinity Church. The rest of the day consists of visiting various hotspots throughout the city, like the New England Aquarium and Quincy Market. After that it is time to head back home to New York City.
How do I choose my departure date, time, and location?
All you need to do is visit the link above and you’ll be directed to the tour’s homepage. There you can specify the dates you wish to travel and where you would like to depart from. You can also specify if anyone in your party has special needs for assistance.