Essential East Coast

USA and Canada




7 days

Tour Type

Explore Tours

Experience the vibrant cities and picturesque landscapes of the East Coast with our Essential East Coast tour. From the bustling streets of New York City to the charming towns of Woodstock and Montreal, immerse yourself in the rich culture and history of this iconic region. With expert guides leading the way and comfortable accommodations throughout your journey


  • Travel by bus with English speaking guide
  • Basic travel insurance
  • Continental breakfast
  • Arrival transfer
  • City tours in New York, Boston, Montreal, and Quebec
  • Evening transfer to Times Square in New York
  • City tours in Ottawa, Toronto, and Chicago
  • Boat tour of 1000 Island and Niagara Falls (for Toronto and New York)
  • Evening transfer to The Loop Neighborhood in Chicago

Tour Plan

Welcome. Transfer to hotel and free time. You will receive information about the start of the circuit during the afternoon, or you can check the informative panels in the hotel reception area.

Sightseeing tour of the city. At night we include a transfer to Times Square.

Arrival in Boston at noon, panoramic tour of the city. Free time.

We will cross two of the states with the most spectacular nature in the American East. We will stop in Woodstock. We will cross the border from Canada to arrive Montreal.

Panoramic tour of the city of Montreal in the morning. We will visit, among other places, the Parc Mont Royal, St. Joseph Oratory and the Cathedral. After lunch, departure to Quebec. Arrival and accommodation.

Panoramic tour of Quebec City in the morning, highlighting among its most important points the Chateaux Frontenac, the Place Royale, Sainte Anne de Beaupré and the Citadelle. In the afternoon, free time where we suggest visiting the Montmorency Falls.

After breakfast, end of our services.

Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Free Coupons
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