Step back into American history among the brownstones in Boston. Bookworms will love The Old Corner Bookstore, frequented by famous early American authors, while lovers of the arts will be engrossed by a trip to the ballet at the Boston Opera House. Make sure you take a walk along the Freedom Trail to learn about the American Revolution. Other essential experiences include grabbing a bite to eat on Hanover Street, sipping a beer at the Cheers bar and viewing the picturesque skyline on a cruise around Boston Harbor.

4h33m to New York

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3h40m to New York

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Find your favourite spot in the Big Apple. Will it be one of New York’s overlooked gems like tranquil Governor’s Island, the innovative High Line park or the farmers’ markets held in Union Square? Or perhaps you’ll want to tick off one of the city’s most famous landmarks, the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty? Try to fit in something a little different, whether it be a visit to New York Fashion Week, a free taping of The Today Show, or a concert at the Lincoln Center or Carnegie Hall.

1h45m to Philadelphia

1h05m to New York

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See the sights in Philly to look back on the foundation of a nation. Shuffle past the Liberty Bell and visit Independence Hall, where the US Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed. Iconic sites where key battles of the American Revolution took place are also worth a visit. Don’t miss the colourful Mummers parade each New Year’s Day, a cherished event on the city’s social calendar.

2h50m to Washington DC

1h05m to New York

1h40m to Washington DC

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Look beyond iconic sites like the White House and Capitol Hill to discover a D.C. far removed from the world of politics. Visit Lincoln Theatre, where Duke Ellington and Miles Davis performed, or visit the Arena Stage to see an independent theatre production. Finally, check out the Smithsonian for a well-rounded trip.