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Luxury Tailor-Made USA Holidays Mid-Atlantic 2024 & 2025 

Sophistication and Luxury in the Mid-Atlantic 

Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic, the region of the USA that has it all - history, culture and most important, luxury. From the bustling streets of New York City to calming bay of Chesapeake, this is one adventure you will remember for a life time. 
Philadelphia is home to Independence Hall and the Barnes Foundation. Washington DC is a must-visit, with tours of the Capitol Building, the White House and the incredible Smithsonian Institution, and that's just the tip of the iceberg. 
Throughout your trip to the Mid-Atlantic, stay in the finest luxury accommodations, dine in Michelin-star establishments and dive into the regions history with private tours of iconic landmarks. 
Tell us more about your USA travel plans, and we'll create a tailor-made, luxury holiday, just for you. 
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Things to do and see in the Mid-Atlantic 

Washington DC 

The capital of the USA, Washington DC is the epitome of American democracy and history. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Washington Monument, the majestic Capitol Building and of course the White House. 
No trip to Washington DC would be complete without a visit to the Smithsonian museums, established in 1846, covering subjects like art, history, culture, science and technology. The National Museum of American History holds the original Wright brothers' aeroplane and the Museum of Natural History is full of fossils, gems and so much more! 
Washington DC has something for everyone, from political history to vibrant neighbourhoods of Georgetown and Adams Morgan. It is not a state that should be missed. 

Chesapeake Bay 

Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the USA and it stretches over 200 miles along the coasts of Maryland and Virginia. These waters have a diverse ecosystem of fish and migratory birds, perfect for nature enthusiasts who enjoy fishing and birdwatching. 
Take a private yacht down the bay to see charming waterfront towns like Annapolis and St Michaels, or if your more adventurous, why not kayak through the marshlands and past the occasional picturesque lighthouses? 
Chesapeake Bay also a foodies paradise. Dine on the world-famous Maryland Blue Crabs or succulent oysters, straight from the bay to your plate. 


Often referred to as the 'City of Brotherly Love', Philadelphia is the most historically significant cities in the US. One of its famous attractions is the Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution where both signed. 
Philadelphia is also known for its buzzing performing arts scene and is home to numerous theatres, concert halls and music halls showcasing everything from classical music to hip-hop.  
When visiting, you have to try the famous Philly Cheesesteak sandwich and the soft pretzels which you will find on almost every corner. 
Whether you're cycling along the Schuylkill River Trail or exploring the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this stunning city will not leave you disappointed. 

New York 

New York is more than just New York City with so much to explore. The state is geographically diverse, from the towering peaks to the Adirondack Mountains in the north, to the scenic Finger Lakes in the west and the Hudson Valley in the east. If you enjoy hiking, skiing, fishing or any outdoor activity, this state is perfect for you. 
New York is also home to the lively cities of Buffalo, Rochester, Albany and more. As well as the Saratoga National Historical Park and Fort Ticonderoga for the more historical sites of the Revolutionary War. 
The Finger Lakes is known for its award-winning wineries and vineyards, while the Hudson Valley is dotted with charming towns and large estates. Upstate New York is also home to the famous Niagara Falls - there is something for everyone to enjoy and explore in this fantastic state. 


One of the most iconic destinations in Virginia is the historic city of Williamsburg where you will find the Colonial Williamsburg, the world's largest living history museum. Step back in time to the 18th century and learn about life in colonial America. 
Visit Richmond, the home of Edgar Allan Poe, and indulge in the city's art scene; or hike thought the stunning Shenandoah National Park to see waterfalls and amazing vistas along the Blue Ridge Mountains. 
Head down to Virginia Beach, where you will find miles of sandy beaches, a lively boardwalk and a variety of water sports. Take a tour around the historic house and gardens of Thomas Jefferson or stroll around the estate of George Washington. 

New Jersey 

One of the most iconic parts of New Jersey is Jersey Shore, a stretch of coastline dotted with charming beach towns and lovely beaches. Along the Jersey Shore, you'll find Ocean City, Wildwood, Cape May and Long Beach Island, where there is something for everyone like water sports, lively entertainment or just sheer relaxation. 
Further inland you'll come across Newark, Trenton and Jersey City where you can see stunning views of the Manhattan skyline. Offering a rich outdoor lifestyle, in New Jersey you'll be able to hike, cycle, birdwatch and camp in gorgeous locations such as the scenic Delaware Water Gap, the Skylands and the tranquil forests of Pine Barrens. 

Pocono Mountains 

Known for their natural beauty, outdoor activities and quaint towns, the Poconos attract visitors all year round. The landscape of this area is stunning, with rolling hills, lush forests, sparkling lakes and waterfalls; here you can hike, mountain bike, fish, birdwatch and in the winter months you can ski, snowboard and snowtube! 
The nearby towns and villages really do have that small-town charm. Jim Thorpe is known for its Victorian architecture and scenic train rides through the Lehigh Gorge. Lake Wallenpaupack, a 13-mile long reservoir where you can boat and fish and Stroudsburg has an array of boutique, eclectic shops and galleries. 
In the Poconos, you can take 'fall foliage' tours, wine tastings, summer music festivals and winter carnivals, there's always something happening. 

Best Time to Visit the Mid-Atlantic 

Like most USA regions, the Mid-Atlantic is a year round destination, with each season offering something different. 
Spring is a beautiful time of year to visit the Mid-Atlantic with mild temperatures and fewer crowds compared to the summer months.Its a great season for outdoor activities like hiking, biking and more. Also the Cherry Blosson season in Washington DC usually in late March to early April. 
With warm temperatures and long days, the summer in the Mid-Atlantic is perfect for beach days, water sports and outdoor festivals. Coastal destinations like Jersey Shore and the beaches of Maryland and Virgina are popular for swimming, sunbathing and a variety of family-friendly activities. Washington DC and other states can however reach high temperatures and humidity. 
Autumn in the Mid-Atlantic has crisp temperatures, bright foliage and plenty of seasonal festivals and events. This is an ideal time to visit apple orchards, pumkin patches and exploring museums. The Shenandoah Valley and Pocono Mountains are particularly beautiful for autumn foliage during this time of year. 
Winters can be cold in the Mid-Atlantic with occasional snowfall. Coast regions have milder temperatures which make them ideal for beachwalks and birdwatching. Most states offer indoor attractions such as museums and theatres. New York City is also magical around Christmas. 

Sample Itineraries Including the Mid-Atlantic 

Our sample itineraries will show you suggestions for what you can do, see, and the best places to stay while travelling in the Mid-Atlantic. 
If you like the look of any of these below, let us know and we can completely tailor-make your trip so it is totally unique to you! 

New York City & Coastal Gems 

Our Favourite Hotels in the Mid-Atlantic  

Riggs Hotel 

The Clifton 

The Williamsburg Inn 

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