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When you fly to Washington, D.C., and land at Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), you'll have great opportunities to visit places like The Smithsonian Institute, the Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, and the National Gallery of Art. Visitors can even tour the U.S. Capitol Building while in the city.
Major routes inside Washington D.C. are easy to navigate in a car. Main attractions are located on Route 50, which takes you past the National Mall, or Independence Avenue, which passes the National Mall on the other side. You can enjoy seeing the Federalist buildings and chic shops in Georgetown. Check out the embassies on Embassy Row, or head over the bridge into Virginia on Route 395, to visit Arlington National Cemetery or tour The Pentagon. It is an easy drive on Route 1 from there to Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington.
Many good restaurants and bars like The Pug can be found in the Atlas District along the H Street corridor, as well as the ultra-chic Georgetown and trendy U Street corridor. Washington, D.C., founded in 1790, offers some of the finest museums in the country like The Newseum. Its also home to performing arts, international cuisine and shopping opportunities, in a historic atmosphere that rivals some of the best destinations the country has to offer.
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