Panorama East Coast USA
Planning a vacation to the USA? Now choose from TUI India’s USA holiday packages and explore the East Coast of this world power. This tour package will take you to New York, the capital city of Washington D.C., Buffalo and Orlando and give you a glimpse of some of the best attractions here. The magic of Walt Disney, views of the mesmerising New York skyline and the thundering Niagara Falls - this USA tour package from India will offer it all! Discover USA with TUI India and take home cherished moments.
Golden Gate Bridge
The first thing that comes to mind when you think about San Francisco is the enormous red steel suspension bridge. Almost three kilometres long and 230 metres high, it was opened in 1937 and connects the city with Sausalito. It can be crossed by car or on public transport, but one of the best experiences is to go over on foot or by bike. First, visit the Golden Gate Bridge Welcome Center to learn all about the construction.
Make the most of your holiday in San Francisco and visit nearby Oakland, one of California’s most ethnically diverse cities. Once there, make sure you visit Merrit Lake, Jack London Square, the Chabot Space and Science Center, the Cathedral of Christ the Light and the zoo. If you’re travelling with children, visit Children’s Fairyland, and if you like sports, the Oakland Alameda Coliseum. Getting around the city is easy with its bus and metro networks.
Powell is the street that borders the west side of Union Square. It is one of the busiest shopping streets in the city, route of the historic cable cars and site of one of the most important BART and Muni stations, Powell St Station, right on the junction with Market Street. Powell Street is lined with jewellery stores and international brands like H&M, as well as restaurants and bars.
Brooklyn Bridge is far more than just a means of crossing the East River. A symbol of New York, from the shores of Brooklyn you can see the most beautiful sunset in the city. Its construction was the personal project of Roebling, an engineer who was frustrated when the ice covering the East River one harsh winter prevented him from using the ferry he took every day to get from Brooklyn to Manhattan.
The centre of this former bohemian neighbourhood is Washington Square Park. This is where the famous Fifth Avenue starts, which divides the neighbourhood into two parts—East and West Village—and all Manhattan into east and west. Today it’s full of cafés, restaurants and interesting shops and galleries and the headquarters of New York University campus. For New Yorkers there is no Greenwich Village. Any part to the west of East Village is simply “The Village” as far as they’re concerned.
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