Boston & Cambridge City Tour

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

See where vintage meets modern in the birthplace of American culture.

Boston: Port city, cradle of the American people, educational, financial, medical and industrial center of international prestige. Witness the urban development where the old meets the modern. Enjoy fashionable music, to the rhythm of its nightlife in any of its exclusive clubs to the rhythm of jazz with international flavor.
Cambridge: Epicenter of Nobel Prizes, including the Harvard and MIT universities and the writer Longfellow's house. Follow the footsteps of Presidents and geniuses who pass through there. Visit the well-known "Harvard Yard" where you will find the "Statue of the Three Lies" and the Natural History Museum.
  • The oldest neighborhood of Boston where the first signs of the revolution were seen, such as Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, the crib of the North America.
  • The Old State House where the Boston Massacre took place.
  • The replica of the Boston Tea Party where the colonists showed their annoyance against the Britannic Government.
  • The Bostonian houses in the areas of Beacon Hill and Back Bay Bay which stand out do to the contrast between the old and the modern.
  • Mount Vernon Street and Louisburg Square lit up with gas lanterns.
  • Newbury Street, an area of galleries, boutiques, stores, restaurants and beauty salons.
  • The area of Copley Square, very elegant for its variety of architecture, where the Trinity Church is situated, with its monumental colored windows.
  • The John Hancock Tower; the tallest building in New England.
  • The Boston Public Library, with the largest collection of Hispanic literary books.
  • The Main Headquarters of the Scientific Church of Christ, where you will find the “Mapparium”, unique in the world and a manual organ with more than thirteen thousand pipes.
  • The Museum of Fine Arts, and Fenway Park.
  • The North End, where Paul Revere and Rosemary Kennedy were born.
  • Charlestown, “Mother of the Universities” where one of the battles that contributed to the Independence took place, also where you will find the “USS Constitution”, one of the first Marine Force Ships, built in 1797.
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) leads a lengthy list of inventions, ideas and innovations in high technology and communication.
  • At the prestigious Harvard University campus, tourists take a stroll on the Yard, visit the largest school library of the U.S., photograph with the statue of John Harvard which is known as the “three lies monument,” and learn about the list of preeminent politicians, Nobel Prize winners and world business leaders that attended Harvard.

Language: Spanish
Duration: 4 hours approximately
Operation days: Monday, tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday, saturday.
Time and pick up location: Hotel of stay in Boston area at 9:30 a.m.
Drop off location: Same pick up location.
Observations: The excursion does not include food, drink, or tickets to any of the mentioned places, it is recommended to wear clothes according to the weather, don’t forget your camera and have fun !!!

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