With its rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture and education, Boston truly has something for everyone! This capital city of Massachusetts is the oldest city in America, founded in 1630. Divided into smaller distinct, characterful districts, Boston is fairly easy to walk/roll around for visitors. The city boasts of several incredible areas, including Beacon Hill which is the city’s most historic and affluent neighborhood. To the East you will find the busting Downtown with a mix of Colonial sights and modern high-rise offices. Disabled visitors to Boston will enjoy being surrounded by so many incredible sights without having to travel for hours to get to them. While the city does have some hilly areas and minor inclines in many areas, generally, wheelchair users can navigate many areas of the city well.
Chicago is one of the world’s most popular places to visit. The “Windy City” is an amazing blend of modern culture and Midwestern charm with a little bit of something for everyone. Whether trendy arts and theatre pique your interest, or the laid-back atmosphere of the beaches, parks and piers is more your style, there is no lack of things to see and do in Chicago. You can’t miss the famous Chicago skyline whether you choose to take in one of the buzzworthy dining experiences or shopping on the Magnificent Mile. There is so much to do and see, you will want to spend several days in the Windy City.
While a little less touristy than Miami, Fort Lauderdale is a popular cruise port destination with many visitors staying for a relaxing week or a few days of pre-or post-cruise stay. The city is famous for its beautiful beaches, arts, culture and events, but also for shopping on Las Olas Boulevard, gondola rides on the canals and a historic riverfront. Stroll along a beautiful manicured beachfront promenade with its unique, signature white wave wall and brick paved path and admire the many luxury hotels lined by along the shoreline.
Miami is one of the world’s most popular vacation spots, and it’s easy to see why! It truly offers something for anyone. From the trendy nightlife in South Beach to the plush hotels of Miami Beach and the eye candy of the Art Deco district – the city’s unique culture is very rich. Whether you are spending a few nights on a pre or post cruise stay, or you have come to Miami for a beach vacation, you will have endless things to do here. Food and shopping are also the heart of the city.
New Orleans is one of the most popular vacations spots in the United States, and it is easy to see why! The city is nicknamed, the “Big Easy” due to the laid-back lifestyle, but it’s known for the exciting nightlife, extraordinary music and rich culture. Located on the Mississippi River near the Gulf of Mexico in Louisiana, there is no shortage of things to do and see. This city is a mixture of the vibrant cultures of French, African and American rolled into one. Amazing food can be found on every corner and history stands its ground here too. There is a bit of something for everyone. Hospitality is in their heart and they are eager to share their city with you.