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$1999 18-to-Thirtysomethings

Highlights of the Eastern US & Canada

This grand tour of the eastern U.S. and Canada is a sensory overload of everything that makes North America great — skyscrapers, monuments, Niagara Falls, canoeing, poutine, subways, whales, sunshine, designer boutiques, and nature hikes. On this adventure, pile into our own private vehicle, clocking miles of smiles all over New York, Washington DC, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, and all points in between. Your friends are already jealous.

Classic

Tour East Coast USA

From big city bustle in New York to anachronistic Amish communities in rural Pennsylvania, this nine-day trip captures the rollicking history and modern energy of the East Coast. Relive the revolution in Boston, explore the great museums of Washington DC, and get soaked on the boat at Niagara Falls. You’ll travel by private van and stay in central hotels so that you’re always in the heart of the action. This trip is compact enough for those short on time, but long enough to make some new friends while discovering America’s past.

$1819.30 National Geographic Journeys

Historic American Cities by Rail

Step back in time at the historic sites of the American Eastern Seaboard on a weeklong tour by rail. Stroll the cobblestoned streets of colonial Boston, and take in landmarks of New York City and the serene marble monuments and vast green spaces of Washington, DC (with a visit to the more-than-a-century-old headquarters of National Geographic). This trip is just the ticket for history buffs.

$2099 Classic

Best of New York, Montreal & New England

Here are nine days of exploration in some of the most memorable (and oldest) cities in North America. Starting in New York, travel north to the must-see city of Montreal. Roam the old town or climb Mount Royal for staggering views of the city. Then it's back south again through serene Acadia National Park and finally on to historic Boston to roam cobblestone streets, explore some of its world-class museums (like the Isabella Stewart Gardner!), and eat clam chowder. Make new memories in some very old places.