The East Coast of America is a travel destination with plenty to offer everyone. The scenic natural beauty and exciting cities, which stretch from Florida in the South to Maine in the North, is an excellent region to explore.
If you have 2 weeks on the east coast USA, you could do so much. Whether you enjoy skiing, dining, water activities, hiking, or visiting museums, you’ll undoubtedly find a variety of activities to do in the top places in this region.
Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Florida, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia are among the 14 states that comprise the East Coast of the USA. These states border the Atlantic Ocean and provide a variety of coastal activities and sights, including theme parks, beaches, lighthouses, and museums.
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THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE VISITING THE EAST COAST OF USA
Before you get on your computer and make some travel arrangements, check out these things you should know about going on a trip to the east coast of the US. This will help you ensure that you’re visiting at the right time and see if you can make a road trip or need to fly.
When is the best time to go to the East Coast US
This depends on what you what to do. The East Coast of the US is massive and features super unique seasons. For example, if you want to avoid high humidity in Florida, you must go in winter. But that means it will be too cold to explore around New England covered in snow in winter.
If you want to mix the south and northern east coast, it’s best to go during early spring for good weather in the south. At the same time, it’s no longer freezing in New England.
On the other hand, if you just want to see New England, then come visit in the autumn season when the fall foliage is at its best colour at the same time, it’s not too cold yet.
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Are 2 weeks enough for East Coast USA
Not really. As mentioned before, it’s a big region. However, if you are realistic about the places you want to see and decide to mix flying and driving, 14 days on the east coast of the US can be ideal.
In this article, I’m featuring three travel itineraries. You can either just cover the south or just the north – which can be done as a road trip on the east coast of the US. But you can drive first if you want to do the entire region. Then after exploring for seven days, take a flight to your next destination (especially if driving is longer than 6 hours), and then rent another vehicle there.
There is a train system (AMTRAK) on the east coast, but they’re not well-connected through each state. Most trains travel within each state only, while the others are for cargo shipping only.
There are also public buses, trolleys, and subways you can rely on. Travelling around via bus and train is the most affordable, but it can take a chunk of your time from your limited days.
My best recommendation for getting around the east coast US is to rent a car, especially if you plan to explore states or cities near one another. Then you can also book tours for city sightseeing to take a break from driving.
Of course, there are ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Lyft. There are plenty of taxis, but they can be very pricey.
If you want to see the northern and southern parts of the east coast, booking a flight is better when the driving is longer than 5 or 6 hours.
Language and currency
English is the primary language in the US. But once you reach Florida, especially in Miami, many people speak Spanish, and even restaurant signs and menus are displayed in both languages. On the other hand, if you reach Vermont and Maine, you’ll notice how some people speak French since it’s by the border to the French-Canada Region of Quebec.
US Dollar (USD) is the main currency here. You can pay both by cash or bank card. Cashless payment is super typical here, and most locals don’t even carry any cash with them. But as a visitor, having at least $50 with you for emergencies is best.
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What is the average cost for 2 weeks on the East Coast USA
On average, you should budget a minimum of $2,500 for 14 days on the east coast of the US. Accommodation will be the most expensive, followed by gas prices, then food. You can go on a shoestring budget of $1,500 if you stay in hostels or rent a small van where you can sleep.
For luxury, you must have a $4,000 budget to sleep in four or five-star hotels and eat out in top-dollar restaurants.
You should remember that store prices don’t include sales tax. This means that when you checkout, you’re more likely to pay a bit, around 8% more. You are also expected to give a 15%-20% tip in the service industry. This is for services such as food, taxis, hotels, etc.
This estimated budget doesn’t include your flight to and from the US, travel insurance, and travel items you will need.
Other basic travel tips
Medical travel insurance is a must for travelling to the US. The medical cost here, especially for emergencies, is super expensive. You must get insurance from companies that are global or US-based, so you don’t have to expect to pay out of your pocket at all. Leaving with a hospital bill in the US could affect your future travels in the country.
I know 2 weeks on the east coast USA is not a long trip, but it’s undoubtedly not worth the risk of not getting medical insurance coverage. It’s also possible that the immigration officer will ask you to show one, and this might be a reason to deny you entry.
PINNED MAP OF TOP THINGS TO SEE ON EAST COAST US
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2 WEEKS ON THE EAST COAST USA ITINERARY
Planning 2 weeks on the East Coast USA can be challenging, as there is so much to see and do in the region. However, I have curated some example itineraries that can serve as a guide for you. These itineraries include one for first-time visitors, one for a tour of New England, and one for a trip along the Southeast Coast.
The suggested itineraries are not mandatory, you can always make your own itinerary, depending on your interests and preferences. It’s important to note that the East Coast is a huge region with many more places to visit and things to do.
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Itinerary #1: First-time visitor (Boston, New York, Washington D.C., Miami)
This itinerary for 2 weeks on the East Coast USA is designed for those visiting the East Coast for the first time and looking to experience some of the most iconic cities. It includes New York City, Boston, Washington D.C., and Miami stops. These cities offer diverse experiences and attractions, providing a comprehensive overview of this region.
Apart from that, this itinerary is ideal, particularly if you have children who want to go to Disneyland, as it affords plenty of rides, parades, and shows that will keep them entertained for hours on end. I highly recommend coming in the late spring or late summer season. It has warm weather and is not too humid.
This itinerary is most efficiently done by air travel (domestic flight), with the option to fly into Boston and fly back home from Miami. However, if you prefer to drive, it is possible to do so from Boston to Washington D.C. However, remember that you must leave your rented car and catch a flight to Miami for the last leg of the trip.
Boston and around for 4 days
Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, is an exciting city with world-class museums, beautiful parks, and green spaces. If you’re interested in higher education, stroll through the campus of Harvard University, one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
You can also check out Boston Common, America’s oldest public park, which provides visitors an excellent opportunity to relax and enjoy the outdoors.
Located in the heart of the New England region, this city is an excellent starting point for day trips. You can see some of America’s most iconic historic sites and attractions there. For those looking for a change of scenery, you can plan a day trip to the long beaches of Cape Cod.
New York City and around for 4 days
New York City is a global destination renowned for its throbbing energy and iconic landmarks. Tourists flock to this bustling metropolis to enjoy the famous Broadway shows, indulge in world-class shopping and dining experiences, and explore the many popular tourist destinations.
The Statue of Liberty, Times Square, the Empire State Building, and Central Park are among the must-see attractions that draw visitors to the city.
The most popular option from Boston to New York City is a direct flight with a duration of 1 hr 20 min. On the other hand, the road distance from Boston to New York City is 364.8 km (226.7 miles), and you can reach it by a 4 hr 40 min-car ride via route I-84.
Washington D.C for 3 days
Washington D.C., the capital of the United States, is an ideal destination for those interested in politics as it is home to many of the country’s most important government buildings. Apart from that, The National Mall is a must-see attraction, featuring the city’s most prominent landmarks, such as the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, and Smithsonian Museums.
Visitors also have the opportunity to take a tour inside the White House, though it is important to note that these tours must be arranged in advance through your embassy or Congressional office.
There are several daily flights between New York City and Washington D.C., about 1 hr 23 min. When driving, the quickest route you should follow is I-95 S which is roughly 4 hr 25 min across a total distance of approximately 364 km (226.2 mi).
Florida for 4 days
Anyone looking for a magical and unforgettable vacation experience will find four incredible theme parks at Orlando’s Walt Disney World, including Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. Each has unique attractions, making it the best place to conclude your two weeks on east coast USA trip.
Located on the waterfront in Miami, The Bayside Marketplace is the place to be if you’re looking for a place to shop and dine, as it features over 120 stores and 30 restaurants. Visiting Miami and Orlando on the same trip can be a great way to experience the best of Florida in 4 days.
You can take a 2 hr 48 min direct flight from Washington D.C. to Miami. The non-stop flight between Washington D.C. and Orlando is approximately 2 hr 40 min. You can also fly to Orlando, spend a day or two, and then drive down from Orland to Miami, which takes just a little over 3 hours to finish your 2 weeks on the East Coast USA
Itinerary #2: New England Route (Boston, Coastal Maine/Acadia, Burlington/White Mountain National Forest, Springfield, Providence)
History buffs will enjoy visiting these places since this itinerary takes you through the first colony area of the British Empire in the Americas. The route passes through charming coastal towns, picturesque countryside, and bustling cities, offering a diverse range of experiences for travellers who enjoy a mix of outdoor activities and cultural experiences.
The Maine Archipelago is a group of islands situated off the coast of Maine, known for its scenic beauty. Some places you need to add to your itinerary include The Permaquid Point Lighthouse, Old Orchard Beach, The Farnsworth Art Museum, and Acadia National Park.
I recommend booking a flight to Boston as your starting point and catching home from Boston or Providence at the end of your trip to make it more of a circular itinerary.
One of the major draws of the New England Route is during autumn, when the region’s trees put on a spectacular display of fall foliage, making it an ideal time to explore the region’s parks, forests, and countryside.
However, the New England Route is best avoided in winter unless you plan to visit ski resorts. If you’d rather spend time in nature than the city, skip Burlington and head straight to White Mountain National Forest.
Boston for 3 days
Boston is a premier destination for those interested in the history of America’s colonial and Revolutionary War eras since it holds more history of this period than any other in the country, making it an ideal starting point for an East Coast USA trip.
Unsurprisingly, its main historical sites have become a famous pilgrimage for Americans and international visitors seeking to understand this period of time.
Riding the iconic Swan Boats around the lake surrounding the Boston Public Garden’s centre is one of the city’s most memorable experiences for people of all ages. Popular tourist destinations in Boston include the Freedom Trail, a 3-mile long trail showcasing 16 historical sites, including the Old South Meeting House and the USS Constitution Museum.
Coast Maine and Acadia National Park for 3 days
The Permaquid Point Lighthouse offers magnificent coast and Atlantic Ocean views. Old Orchard Beach is a classic beach resort that embraces its retro charm as it is New England’s only remaining full-scale amusement park on a beach that will delight visitors of all ages.
In addition, The Farnsworth Art Museum has an exceptional collection of art by Maine-affiliated artists and its Wyeth Center, showcasing the works of N.C., Andrew, and James Wyeth. It is a must-see for fans of the Wyeth family.
For outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, Acadia National Park, located on the coast of Maine, extends a wide range of outdoor activities, including hiking, camping, cycling, and kayaking. The park is even home to Cadillac Mountain, the highest peak at 1,530 feet, providing views of the coast and islands. Other highlights in the park are Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and Thunder Hole.
If you’re looking for a beautiful road trip, pack your bags, fill up your gas tank, and hit the road from Boston to Acadia National Park. With a distance of 451.3 km (280.4 mi), the drive is about 4 hr 28 min and takes you along the scenic route of I-95 N.
Burlington or White Mountain National Forest for 3 days
You can choose between White Mountain and Burlington, depending on what you want to do and see. You can see both, but your schedule will be tight.
Suppose you’re looking for an unforgettable experience in Burlington. In that case, you should definitely experience taking a cruise in Lake Champlain as it presents stunning views of the mountain, and provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the history of the lake and the Revolutionary War.
With over 100 stores and restaurants, the Church Street Marketplace, a charming pedestrian mall, is the perfect place to spend an afternoon.
The White Mountain National Forest is a nature lover’s paradise, offering a wide range of outdoor activities year-round. One of the area’s main draws is its high peaks, including the iconic Mount Washington, the tallest mountain in New England. Adventure-seekers can take on the challenging Franconia Ridge hike, which features a 9-mile loop trail with views of Mount Lincoln, Mount Lafayette, and Little Haystack Mountain.
On the other hand, there are also beginner-friendly options like the Flume Gorge hike, a 2-mile round-trip trail that leads to waterfalls, and breathtaking mountain views.
From Acadia National Park, you can drive directly to Burlington, which is around 6 hours, taking up 333 miles.
If you want to stop at White Mountain first and spend a night or two, the drive from Acadia National Park is approximately 3 hr 32 min through route I-95 S which spans 294.7 km (183.1 mi).
Then continue your drive from White Mountain National Forest to Burlington. This will take you under 1 hr 44 min on a scenic route along US-302 W and I-89 N with an entire distance of 136 km (84.5 mi).
Springfield for 2 days
Packed with a dozen thrilling coasters and a waterpark, get your adrenaline pumping at Six Flags, the largest theme park in New England. You can also pay homage to the sport of basketball at the Basketball Hall of Fame, which honours over 400-star players and coaches, featuring exhibits, skills challenges, and shooting contests.
Step back in history at the Springfield Armory National Historic Site, and you’ll be at the very spot where guns that won the American Revolution were manufactured.
If you plan to get from Burlington to Springfield, you can drive by car down routes I-89 S and I-91 S. The trip will take about 3 hr 12 min and spans 336.5 km (209.1 mi).
Alternatively, if you’re skipping Burlington, Springfield is just a 2 hr 43 min drive away from White Mountain National Park via I-91 S for the entire distance of 255.9 km (159 mi).
You can also skip Springfield and drive directly from Burlington to Providence, which will take 4 hours (264 miles/424.8 km). Fro, White Mountain National Forest to Providence, that’s a 2 hr and 45 min journey covering 176 miles (283 km).
Providence for 3 days
Providence is the capital city of Rhode Island State. It is rich in history with incredible New England architecture, you can visit the State House and the John Brown House Museum. You can also dive into the culinary where you can check out food trucks and fantastic seafood dishes.
While at the park, visit the Botanical Center, New England’s largest public indoor display garden that boasts 12,000 square feet of gardens. Whether you’re a fan of French Impressionists, Japanese prints, ancient Egyptian designs, or contemporary art, you’ll be able to indulge your artistic passions and discover new favourites at the RISD Museum of Art.
Travelling by car is a flexible way to get from Springfield to Providence. The quickest route is to go along I-90 E, which takes an average time of 1 hr 29 min from a distance of 136.5 km (84.8 mi).
Itinerary #3: Southeast Coast (Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville, Savannah, Atlanta)
If you’re looking for a fun-filled adventure on the Southeast Coast of the United States, look no further, as I have the perfect itinerary for your 14 days on the East Coast USA. Start your journey in Miami, where you can soak up the sun on Miami Beach. Next, head to Orlando, home to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
From there, travel to Jacksonville, where you can explore the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens. Then, head to Savannah and take in the views of River Street. Finally, end your journey in Atlanta and visit the famous Georgia Aquarium.
This route is ideal for a road trip since the distance between the cities is not too long. I recommend booking a flight to Miami and ending your trip to Atlanta, where you can fly back home.
Miami for 3 days days
Escape to the sun-soaked paradise of Miami, a premier vacation destination in South Florida known for its picturesque beaches. Miami Beach is a seaside haven with peaceful neighbourhoods, lively entertainment hotspots, and miles of soft-sand beaches. Take a stroll and admire the pastel-coloured buildings from the 1930s and 1940s in the Art Deco Historic District.
Experience the wild side of Florida with a visit to The Everglades National Park, where visitors can witness the incredible array of wildlife, including alligators, snakes, crocodiles, and more, in their natural habitat.
When it comes to beautiful beaches, you can also spend 2 weeks in Hawaii.
Orlando for 3 days
You can’t spend 2 weeks on the east coast of the US without seeing at least one theme park or themed museum. If you’re looking for an out-of-this-world experience, add the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex to your list of day trips since it provides a glimpse into one of NASA’s most well-known operations centres.
Another must-visit destination is Discovery Cove, which allows you to interact with ocean life in a natural setting. You can sign up for snorkelling and discover coral reed with a full dive helmet. You’ll also see stingrays, and even swim with dolphins.
For fans of the Harry Potter series, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is the place to be. It is designed to immerse visitors in the magical world of Harry Potter, such as experiencing thrilling rides, sampling delicious butterbeer, trying wand magic classes, and so on.
The fastest way to get from Miami to Orlando is by plane, with a 1 hr 9 min flight duration. If you prefer to travel by car, the distance between the two cities is around 378.5 km (235.2 mi) which is around 3 hr 28 min along Florida’s Turnpike.
Jacksonville for 2 days
One of the main reasons to visit Jacksonville is its beautiful beaches, like Jacksonville Beach and Atlantic Beach, making it a perfect destination for a weekend getaway or a longer vacation.
Apart from that, Jacksonville is also home to several cultural attractions, such as the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens and the Kingsley Plantation, which give visitors a glimpse into the city’s rich history. Foodies will also appreciate the diverse range of dining options available in this city, from seafood restaurants and steakhouses to craft breweries and bars.
The road trip between Orlando and Jacksonville takes about 2 hr 6 min, covering a distance of 229.8 km (142.9 mi). You can take routes I-4E and I-95 N.
Savannah for 3 days
From grand old mansions to lush parks with fountains and sprawling moss-covered trees, Savannah exudes a timeless elegance that is truly breathtaking. Strolling down Bull Street is the best way to experience the preserved Savannah Historic District.
With its cobblestone streets and restored warehouses, enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants on River Street, or take a boat tour along the Savannah River to get the best riverfront photo ops.
You can expect the trip from Jacksonville to Savannah, which spans 223.5 km (138.9 mi), by driving to take 2 hr 4 min through route I-95 N.
Atlanta for 3 days
Whether you’re an art enthusiast or simply looking for a fun and educational experience for the whole family, the High Museum of Art is a great choice. If you’re looking for a serene escape amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, look no further than the 30-acre Atlanta Botanical Garden.
The most convenient way to travel from Savannah to Atlanta is to take a flight, which typically takes about 1 hr 11 min with Delta Airlines. If you drive, the quickest route is to take I-16 W to I-75 N. The estimated arrival time is 3 hr 52 min through the entire distance of approximately 399.1 km (248 mi).
THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN (per city)
- Save money and get an Atlanta CityPass
- High Museum of Art
- Atlanta – learn about Black History and Civil Rights
- Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park
- World of Coca-Cola – get your skip-the-line ticket
- Piedmont Park
- Centennial Olympic Park
- Atlanta Botanical Garden
- Day trip to North Georgia Wine Country – join a tour
- Stone Mountain Park
- For exploring Boston downtown, get a hop-on, hop-off trolley pass or get a Go City pass
- Cape Cod National Seashore
- Boston Common and Public Garden Swan Boats
- Plimoth Patuxet
- Spooky Tours – Haunting of Salem – Haunting Salem or Ghosts and Gravestones Trolley
- Museum of Science
- Fenway Park – join a tour with a local guide
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Freedom Trail – discover with history and food
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Day trip to Martha’s Vineyard – book a tour with a round-trip ferry
- Faneuil Hall
- Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum – enjoy an interactive tour
- Crane Beach
- Boston Harbor Islands State Park
- Carson Beach
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library
- Harvard University – explore with a student guide
- Wachusett Mountain
- Jiminy Peak
- Learn about the cuisine of Massachusettes – book a walking tasting tour or underground donut tour or buffet cruise at Boston Harbor
Coastal Maine/White Mountain National Forest
- Miami – cruise to see Millionaire homes or join a speedboat sightseeing or evening cruise on Biscayne Bay
- Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
- Everglades National Park – book Everglades Airboat Tour and Wildlife Tour
- Deering Estate
- Fort Lauderdale – get a water taxi all-day pass
- Key West – sunset sail and live music
- Coral Castle
- St. Augustine – get a hop-on, hop-off trolley pass
- Go Food and Drinks Exploration – join Little Havana food walking tour (Miami)
New York City
- Discover New York – on a one-day sightseeing tour or purchase a New York CityPass
- Central Park
- Manhattan – go on a helicopter ride
- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Statue of Liberty – combo with Ellis Island tour
- Times Square
- One World Observatory – get your admission ticket
- Brooklyn Bridge
- 9/11 Memorial Museum – purchase an entry ticket
- Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
- Summit One Vanderbilt – read the tour reviews
- The Plaza
- Empire State Building – skip the line and go to 102nd Deck
- The High Line
- American Museum of Natural History – get your pass
- Rockefeller Center
- Friends Experience – visit the production set
- Top of The Rock
- Ice Cream Museum – book a ticket in advance
- Bryant Park
- Go on culinary experience – visit Chinatown and Little Italy or Greenwich Village or Brooklyn food tour or Hell’s Kitchen Tour
- Washington Square Park
- Enjoy a dinner cruise
- Walt Disney World Resort
- Magic Kingdom Park
- Orlando – enjoy a pirate show with dinner
- Universal Orlando Resort
- Rock Spring – go kayaking with a glass-bottomed boat
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
- Snorkel with Manatee – tour with a photographer
- SeaWorld Orlando
- Tampa Bay – purchase a city pass
- The Dalí (Salvador Dalí Museum)
- LEGOLAND® Florida Resort
- Go to Kennedy Space Center – reserve an entry ticket
- Explore Savannah – by land and sea tour or hop-on, hop-off ancient trolley or join a narrated trolley tour or Riverboat Cruise
- The Davenport House Museum
- Wormsloe Plantation – join a tour from Savannah
- Savannah Theater
- Spooky Savannah – check this history and haunted tour
- Forsyth Park
- Tybee Island – book a guided tour
- Service Brewing Company
- Victorian Districts – combo with Bonaventure Cemetery tour
- Discover food and drinks culture – culinary and culture walking tour or pub crawl and food
- Enjoy nightlife – Savannah Drag Queen Show or Comedy Trolley Tour
- The Olde Pink House
- Ride a helicopter on a scenic tour – read the reviews
- Learn about Washington DC – in a one-day tour or on a bike tour or Capitol Hill guided tour
- Library of Congress
- United States Capitol and Capitol Hill – book a Moonlight tour by trolley or simply get your reserved entry pass
- Lincoln Memorial
- Discover DC Monuments – via big bus hop-on, hop-off or a night tour
- Washington Monument
- The White House – advance planning must be done
- National Air and Space Museum
- National Mall – tour on an electric vehicle
- Jefferson Memorial and Tidal Basin
- Mount Vernon – do a day trip combo with Alexandria
- National Gallery of Art
- Smithsonian National Zoological Park and Museum – visit the museum with a private guide
- National Museum of African American History and Culture
- Arlinton National Cemetry – walking tour with changing of guards
- Thomas Jefferson Memorial
- National Harbor Capital Wheel – check the ticket price
- International Spy Museum
- Try out local food and drinks – on a food and history tour or pub crawl and history or cruise and gourmet
MUST-TRY AMERICAN DISHES, DRINKS, AND SNACKS
You’ll visit lots of cities and at least eight states if you follow one of the 2 weeks on the East Coast USA itinerary. This means you can explore this region’s cuisine because it’s a must-not-miss.
The food scene from New England to the seafood capital of Maryland to the southern region is impeccable. Whether you like meat and seafood or are a dessert fan, there’s something for everyone. Heck, if you’re a brewery chaser, don’t miss out on discovering various breweries throughout your trip. Here’s a list of must-try dishes from the east coast of the US:
- Lobster Roll (New England)
- Pizza (New York)
- Clam Chowder (New England)
- Philly Cheesesteak (Philadelphia)
- Chesapeake Bay Blue Crabs (Maryland/Washington D.C.)
- Bagels and Lox (New York)
- Barbecue (South or North Carolina)
- Crab Cakes (Maryland/Washington D.C.)
- Cuban Sandwich (Flordia)
- Shrimp and Grits
- Buffalo Wings (New York)
- Portuguese Sweet Bread (New England)
- Key Lime Pie (Florida)
- Clambake (New England)
- Craft Beers (from Maine to Florida)
- Bourbon (Southern)
- Eggnog (Northeast)
- Cider (Northeast)
- Affordable: The Verb Hotel or HI Boston Hostel or Boston Homestel
- Mid-range: Oasis Guest House or DoubleTree by Hilton or The Godfrey Hotel
- Luxury: Encore Boston Harbor or InterContinental Boston or Seaport Hotel® or Hyatt Place
- Affordable: Hampton Inn & Suites or AC Hotel by Marriott or Inn at St John Portland
- Mid-range: Canopy by Hilton or Courtyard by Marriott or Embassy Suites by Hilton
- Luxury: The Press Hotel
- Mid-range: Green Mountain Suites Hotel or Starlight Inn or Homewood Suites by Hilton
- Luxury: Hotel Vermont Burlington
- Mid-range: Fairfield Inn & Suites or Holiday Inn Express or Hampton Inn & Suites
Providence, Rhode Island
- Mid-range: Residence Inn or Hampton Inn & Suites
- Luxury: Renaissance Providence Downtown Hotel or Homewood Suites by Hilton
New York City
- Affordable: The Local NY or HI New York City Hostel or West Side YMCA
- Mid-range: The Herald by LuxUrban or Raven Hotel by Wyndham
- Luxury: Riu Plaza Manhattan Time Square or Arlo Midtown or citizenM New York Time Square
- Affordable: Duo Housing or Duo Nomad
- Mid-range: Washington Plaza Hotel or citizenM Washington DC or HighRoad Washington DC
- Luxury: JW Marriott or Sofitel Lafayette Square or Hotel Madera or Riggs Washington DC
- Affordable: Red Roof Inn or La Quinta by Wyndham or Microtel Inn by Wyndham
- Midrange: Reverb by Hard Rock Downtown or The Darwin Hotel
- Luxury: The Candler by Hilton or Glenn Hotel Autograph Collection
- Affordable: Red Roof Inn & Suites Savannah Airport or Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham
- Mid-range: Hotel Indigo or The Thunderbird Inn
- Luxury: Mansion, Kessler Collection or The Marshall House
- Affordable: Econo Lodge or Emerson Inn
- Mid-range: DoubleTree by Hilton or Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham
- Luxury: Renu or Hyatt Regency or Aloft Airport Hotel
- Affordable: Hotel Monreale Express or Avanti Palms Resort or Orlando Palms
- Mid-range: Wyndham Garden Airport or Avid Hotels by IHG or Ramada by Wyndham
- Luxury: Hyatt Regency or Caribe Royale or Buena Vista Suites
- Affordable: Art Hostel Wynwood Concept
- Mid-range: Hampton Inn/Coconut Grove or Hilton Garden Inn
- Luxury: East Miami or InterContinental or The Elser Hotel Miami
SUMMARY OF 2 WEEKS ON THE EAST COAST USA
From bustling cities to quaint coastal towns, the East Coast offers diverse experiences. The East Coast is also a foodie’s paradise, with various cuisines and dining options. You’ll find it here whether you’re in the mood for a classic lobster roll in Maine or a slice of New York-style pizza.
You can also visit world-renowned museums, catch a Broadway show, or simply wander the streets and soak up the cities’ energy. This region’s history and natural beauty are splendid, and a two-week trip will allow you to immerse yourself in all the East Coast fully has to offer. With so much to see and do, a vacation in this region should not be missed.
I hope I was able to help you plan your 2 weeks on the East Coast USA, whether you’re looking for a beach vacation or an autumn road trip to see the fall foilage.