There is never a bad time to visit New York, a city so famous they named it twice. Home to some of the worlds most iconic and cherished landmarks and attractions, from the Empire State Building and Times Square to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the island of Manhattan packs more famous attractions into one compact area than any other place on earth. And not forgetting the The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island—each of which contains its own unique, must-see destinations.
Just a short hop up the coast and you arrive in Boston, one of the oldest cities in the United States, where you will find plenty to fill your days. Walk the Freedom trail, a 2.5 mile route that leads you around 16 historically significant sites, visit the world famous Harvard University, take in a big game at either the Boston red Sox (baseball) or the Boston Bruins (Ice hockey) or take a gentle stroll around the multitude of museums and galleries.