This Four Diamond property is located on the river just 20 minutes from Downtown DC. Situated in National Harbor's waterfront development with easy access to ...
This Washington, DC luxury hotel is in a shopping district, 2 blocks from Dupont Circle, 4 blocks from Georgetown, and 1 mile from the John F. Kennedy Center ...
Located in Capitol Hill, this historic apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Library of Congress and Supreme Court of the United States. United States Capitol ...
Kimpton Carlyle Hotel Dupont Circle is in Washington, DC’s city center, a 9-minute stroll from historic Dupont Circle. Guests can reach the White House and President’s ...
This Arlington, VA hotel is 0.3 mile from the Iwo Jima Memorial and 1 mile from Arlington National Cemetery. The Rosslyn Metro Station, providing access to DC, ...
Washington, D.C. is unique among U.S. cities. Not only is it the nation’s capital, but also a vibrant metropolis home to diverse neighborhoods, fantastic restaurants, and the U Street Corridor’s lively nightlife. Architecture buffs will find a seemingly endless array of monuments and notable buildings from Capitol Hill to Foggy Bottom, and styles range from Gothic to Modern. Those looking for Washington, D.C. vacations on a budget can enjoy free admission to more museums than can fit in one day’s itinerary. Must-sees include the White House, the National Air and Space Museum, and the Washington Monument/Lincoln Memorial.
Sample the delicious offerings at No Ten Circle, where fried and perfectly seasoned duck is a recommended specialty.
Enjoy a fun night out at Darnell's Bar on Florida Avenue, where music, drinks, and a great atmosphere are the standard.
Chocolate-lovers find bliss at Cocova, a classy shop whose signature truffles are simply scrumptious.
Go to the Eastern Market on the weekend for the fabulous flea market and its wealth of local arts and crafts.
The C&O Canal is the best place for go for a trail run, bike, or stroll for active tourists on Washington, D.C. vacations.
Cruises along the Potomac River provide views of famous landmarks on both sides of the water.
Sightseeing tours of D.C.'s monuments and memorials are the easiest way to cover the essentials..
Dupont Circle is one of DC's trendiest areas and features excellent galleries, shops, restaurant, and bars. Try some immigrant-style Greek or Turkish dishes here.
The Observation Deck of the Washington Monument offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area..
The free-admission National Zoo boasts animals and reptiles from all over the globe, including the world-famous giant pandas Mei and Tai.
The park at the National Mall is the site of concerts, festivals, and popular recreational activities year-round.
The Washington National Cathedral is the sixth-largest of its kind in the world and took 83 years to complete.
The historic Georgetown neighborhood features exclusive relaxation at day spas such as Hela Spa.
The White House is one of the world's most famous houses of government and a cannot-miss stop on Washington DC vacation itineraries..
The National Air and Space Museum is among the most popular museums in the U.S. and is a key stop during your Washington, D.C. travel..
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