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.
New York City
Arrive at any time.
New York CityAdirondacks
Trade the city streets for fresh mountain air by heading to Lake George in the heart of the Adirondacks.
Enjoy a free morning in Lake George. Later, travel north and cross into Canada and enjoy an orientation to Montreal.
Enjoy free time to explore this bilingual cosmopolitan city. Opt to climb Mont Royal or visit La Ronde amusement park.
Cross the border back to the US, and travel to Bar Harbor, Maine. Spend the evening in Acadia National Park.
Wake up early and watch the sunrise from Cadillac Mountain. Enjoy a free day to explore the park.
Leave Maine behind and travel to Boston, one of the oldest cities in the US.
Enjoy a free day in Boston. Absorb the history and culture of the city, or chow down on traditional New England fare.
Depart at any time.