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Boston 3-DAY

Montreal Departure

Boston 3 Days Tour

Join TNT tours in visiting one of America's most historic cities: Boston!

Enjoy a visit to this historic city, with the arrival of European settlers dating back to the early 1600's.  Follow the Freedom Trail to learn more about the American Revolution.  Visit iconic landmarks:  USS Constitution, Bunker Hill, Faneuil Hall, Boston Common and the Public Garden.  Walk through some of the well-known neighborhoods:  Little Italy, Back Bay, Beacon Hill.  Visit nearby Cambridge and Harvard.  Enjoy a whale watching expedition on the Atlantic Ocean!  Taste some delicious local seafood (lobster, chowder) and more!!!

  • Round-trip highway motor-coach transportation
  • Two nights hotel accommodation (4 people/room, 2 double beds)
  • Two breakfasts at the hotel
  • Sightseeing walking tour of Boston
  • Walking tour of Harvard University & M.I.T.
  • Whale watching tour (extra cost)
  • Free time to explore the city and visit Boston's top attractions
  • Outlet shopping & Duty free
  • Knowledgeable Activities Director throughout your trip!

Departure @ 7AM

3-DAY BOSTON TOUR – Montreal Departure  

Spring/Summer 2022 




  7:00am           Meet at Dorchester Square in downtown Montreal.  Load luggage onto your coach and depart for BOSTON

                          (rest stops will be made on route).        

  2:30pm           Arrive in BOSTON. Enjoy a walking tour of downtown BOSTON including the Freedom Trail.     

Afterward, free time will be given.  Please see suggestion list and consult with your TNT staff for activity


  7:00pm           Meet your coach and TNT Staff at the New England Aquarium.  Depart for your hotel.                            

  8:00pm           Check into your hotel.                                                                                                      

Evening:          You may choose to take public transportation (extra) to Quincy Market, where there are many bars and restaurants. 

                          Return to your hotel by public transportation.  Overnight in Boston.    



  8:30am           Board your coach. Depart for Harvard University. Enjoy a guided tour of Harvard Yard.  After the walking tour, you will have free time to visit Harvard Square and the COOP (the official Harvard store).  

12:30pm           Board your coach. Depart for Newbury Street.  A picture stop will be made on MIT / Charles River on route. A second drop can be made by Quincy Market / New England Aquarium.    

  1:00pm           Free time will be given this afternoon.  Please see suggestion list.  

  6:00pm           Meet your bus at Trinity Church (Boylston and Clarendon Streets). Depart for Quincy Market. Dinner recommendations will be made.       

  9:00pm           Board your bus at Quincy Market.  Return to your hotel.  



  9:00am           Check out of your hotel.  Load luggage onto your coach. Return to downtown BOSTON for one last visit.  You may choose to return to Little Italy or visit the New England Aquarium (extra). Time will be given for lunch.  

12:00pm            Board your coach.  Depart for Montreal.   

  2:45pm           On route home, we will stop at outlet shopping mall for about 2.5 hours. (A Duty-Free stop will be made on route as well).     

  9:00pm           Arrive at Dorchester Square in downtown Montreal.        



    Trip Cost 123.45
    Additional Fees 15.02
    Insurance Cost 0.00
    Add-ons Cost 0.00
    Trip Total 300.20
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