An extraordinary travel experience through a spectacular itinerary to admire the autumn colors of New England accessible! Discover the coast, the lighthouses immortalized by Edward Hopper, the ports, the forests, the rich history and the exquisite gastronomy.
An ideal itinerary to be covered between the end of September and the middle of October.
Rental cars adapted to driving and accessible by disabled people, another Go America – Go4All proposal dedicated to those who, like us, believe that any barrier can be broken down to get to know the world around us.
Departure from Italy to Boston with direct flight or with a stopover, with IATA airline, from the main Italian airports. Assistance by airline staff during boarding and disembarkation procedures from the aircraft. Private transfer to the hotel with a vehicle suitable for the transport of people with motor disabilities and with a mobile platform for easy access on board. Rest of the day at disposal for a visit to the gardens of Boston Common, located in a short distance from the hotel. Overnight at The Langham hotel or similar.
A day to visit the city, facilitated by the “Freedom Trail” route, a 4 km long route that touches the 16 most important city attractions, including the StateHouse, the Old Corner Bookstore, the Old South Meetinghouse, the Old State House and Faneuil Hall, where you can have a gastronomic stop. The itinerary goes through Beacon Hill, Downtown and North End and ends in Charlestown, offering a visit to the most interesting districts of the city.
A nice way to discover Boston is to participate in a Duck Tour, or a tour on board an amphibious vehicle that, in addition to traveling around the city, literally enters the waters of the Charles River.
If you have time you can go to Cambridge, where the prestigious Harvard University and the M.I.T are located; on your way back, you can pay a visit to the elegant Beacon Hill neighborhood before returning to the hotel. Overnight.
In the early morning pick-up of the rental car, suitable for driving for the disabled and accessible to disabled people, at the rental station in the city center.
Head north along the coast and make your first stop in Marblehead, a historic seaside town typical of New England; then you will stop in Salem, known as "the city of witches" because of the witch hunt of 1692 and for the American TV series "Bewitched"; visit the Salem Witch Museum; continue to Gloucester, where the true story of the "Perfect Storm" begins and where you can enjoy yourself whale watching. The next stop is Rockport, which takes its name from the port where started the exportation of the granite extracted from the quarries in the area; see Motif N. 1, a red fisherman's house that has become the symbol of the town. Continue on the coast to Newburyport, a characteristic and relaxing town.
Continue to Portsmouth, another important port city in New Hampshire, pass Ogunquit and finally reach Kennebunkport, an elegant coastal town; continue to Portland, which deserves to be visited with some calm: you must visit the Old Port district and the downtown area, recently renovated; stop on the Eastern Promenade, in the Fort Allen Park area; Also worth seeing is the Portland Museum of Art and the Portland Head lighthouse in Cape Elizabeth, one of the most beautiful in Maine; overnight at hotel Portland Harbor or similar.
Take the route northwards following the scenic Maine Coastal Route and reach Wiscasset, considered the most beautiful village in Maine. You can reach the famous Marshall Point Lighthouse, immortalized in the film "Forrest Gump". Once past Rockland, you arrive in Camden, famous for its fleet of windjammers, sailboats for ocean navigation; continue to Belfast and Searsport to Castine and Blue Hill, authentic villages full of Maine charm. Finally, go to Bar Harbor; overnight at the Harborside hotel & Marina or similar.
Full day available for visiting Acadia National Park, able to satisfy all types of travelers; for the spectacular landscapes and activities that can be done, Mount Desert Island, where the park is located, is one of New England's favorite summer destinations and one of the most visited parks in the United States. Overnight.
Today's destination leads inland; stop first in Bangor to see Stephen King's house; then continue in the direction of the White Mountain National Forest; you will arrive in Bretton Woods, a famous place because in 1944 the important world economic conference was held there; overnight at the Omni Bretton Arms Inn or similar.
In the morning you can hike on the Mount Washington Cog Railway, the cogwheel locomotive that reaches the top of the highest mountain in the whole park and which, with an inclination of 37%, is the second steepest railway in the world. Continue until you reach Stowe, in Vermont, which owes at least part of its fame to being considered the home of snowboarding; overnight at Trapp Family Lodge or similar.
Today's destination is probably the most spectacular to admire the colors of autumn; in fact, you will travel the famous "Kankamagus Highway", a winding path that will offer extraordinary images and colors; you can then take a detour and admire the landscapes of Franconia Notch State Park and then continue to the town of Meredith, located on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee; overnight at the Inn at Bay Point hotel or similar.
After a tour of Meredith Bay, you will head southwest to cross the Green Mountain National Forest; finally you will arrive in Stockbridge, where a visit to the museum dedicated to Norman Rockwell is a must; overnight at the Red Lion Inn hotel or similar.
After a stop in Providence, the capital of the state of Rhode Island, the itinerary will take you back to the coast, reaching Newport, a place linked to the history of the America's Cup of sailing; visit the residence of the Vanderbilt "The Breakers" and the "Tennis Hall of Fame"; do not miss a walk on the Cliff Walk, with spectacular sea views. Overnight at the Viking hotel or similar.
Today you will reach the Cape Cod peninsula, passing through Sandwich with its beautiful beach; you can see the Sandy Neck lighthouse and then go to Hyannis, to visit the Kennedy museum; continuation to the exclusive resort of Chatham; overnight at the Chatham Bars Inn hotel or similar.
Day to dedicate entirely to the discovery of Cape Cod, traveling along the peninsula to Provincetown and visiting the Cape Cod National Seashoreed, the lighthouses positioned on the coast. Do not miss a stop at Marconi Beach, a town famous for the first radio broadcasts made by Guglielmo Marconi.
Departure for the final destination which includes an important stop in Plymouth, a place where in 1620 pilgrims from Europe disembarked aboard the Mayflower ship, of which it is possible to admire a reproduction, and which in correspondence with Plymouth Rock basically gave life to the United States of America. Also worth visiting is the Plimoth Plantation, faithful reconstruction of the village where the pilgrims settled. Finally, you will reach Boston Airport in time for the release of the rented car and the departure of the return flight. Departure from Boston with direct flight or with a stopover, with IATA airline, to the main Italian airports. Assistance by airline staff during boarding and disembarkation procedures from the aircraft. Meals and overnight on board.
In the morning arrival in Italy.
Tariff per person, starting from:
|From 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020||€ 3,070|
(B / L / D): B = breakfast; L = lunch; D = Dinner (AI): All Inclusive
The itinerary may be subject to changes based on climatic and road conditions, internal flight operations, opening/closing days of the sites visited.
Single Supplement and Triple / Quadruple Reduction on request
U.S. dollar (USD) – Exchange rate: 1.09
Changes in exchange rates with fluctuations greater than 3% will lead to an adjustment in costs and will be communicated within 20 days of departure
Currency block € 50 per case: Customers have the possibility of definitively blocking the cost of ground services, which will no longer be subject to currency fluctuations. The request must take place simultaneously with the confirmation.
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