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Whether you are traveling from Orlando to Washington D.C. for business or pleasure, there are many attractions to see during your visit. The nation’s capital is a big city, so you may want to rent a car with GPS once you land at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Once you pick up your car, you can visit the Arlington National Cemetery to remember the fallen soldiers that served to protect the country. You can also visit the National Zoological Park, one of the oldest zoos in the United States. The zoo has about 300 species of animals, including giant pandas.
Interstate 395 will take you north to the National Mall where you can visit the White House, the Washington Monument or the Lincoln Memorial. You can also visit the National Air and Space Museum or the Smithsonian Institute. Then, you can head downtown to enjoy lunch or dinner at one of the five star restaurants.
Nonstop flights between Orlando International Airport (MCO) and Washington D.C. typically take a little more than two hours. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, formerly Washington National Airport, was renamed in 1998 to honor President Ronald Reagan.