The United States is a country with an important history and with close ties to Mexico. New York City is known to be the cultural and financial capital of the world, as well as a melting pot for different cultures that have managed to strive in the ever-sprawling city. Washington is the city that overcame being built on a swamp and is now the political center of the world's most powerful country.

JFK Arrival in New York City during the evening, head out for pizza dinner and an early night at the hotel.

United Nations Headquarters After breakfast, take a tour around the United Nations building on the East River. Designed by Oscar Niemeyer and completed in the early 50s, the complex has served as the official headquarters of the United Nations. After this, head to "the Met", the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the largest art museum in the United States, and among the most visited museums in the world. Afterwards, head down to SoHo, in lower Manhattan, home to many artists' lofts and art galleries, as well as trendy upscale boutiques. During the evening, walk along the High Line, a repurposed railroad line turned into a park, ending the night experiencing a Broadway Show.

Statue of Liberty During the morning, take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty in Liberty Island, which once served as a beacon of hope welcoming immigrants arriving from abroad to the United States. Afterwards, head down to Wall Street, financial capital of the western world, for some photo opportunities with the famed Bowling Green Bull. Then visit the 9/11 Memorial, built to commemorate the September 11, 2001 attacks, located at the World Trade Center site. We will finish the evening with a stroll down China Town, and dinner in Little Italy.

St. Patrick's Cathedral During the morning, we will visit the Empire State Building, iconic landmark built during the steel revolution in New York that led to the explosion of skyscrapers in the city. Later, take a stroll down Fifth Avenue, including Rockefeller Center, named after famous entrepreneur John D. Rockefeller, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Central Park. After this, have late lunch and some shopping time at the Jersey Gardens' Food Court.

Mt. Vernon On the way to Washingotn, make a stop in Mount Vernon, the plantation house of the first President of the United States, George Washington, located on the banks of the Potomac River. Afterwards head down to the Air and Space Museum, part of the Smithsonian complex of museums, to finally head back to the hotel for dinner and early night.

Lincoln Memorial Early on, visit Arlington Cemetery to watch the changing of the guard, then move to the United States Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima Memorial), commemorating all U.S. Marine Corps personnel who have died in the defense of the United States. Later, head on to the Lincoln Memorial on The Mall, to then go to the Vietnam Wall and Korean War Monuments. Afterwards, visit Georgetown to head back to have some late dinner.

United States Capitol Visit the United States capitol where politics in America happen, head down to Union Station for lunch and visit the National Museum of Natural History and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Later head over to Uncle Julio's for dinner and shopping at Target and other nearby shops.

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1 August 31 $ 700
2 September 30 $ 520
3 October 28 $ 520
4 November 30 $ 520
5 December 15 $ 520
6 January 30 $ 520

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    Banco: BBVA Bancomer
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