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3 Days in Washington DC: Suggested Itineraries

By Viator, June 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 1519 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

To some, Washington DC means white marble, verdant lawns, and the colorful, ritualistic pageantry of American politics: the Capitol dome; limousine processions on Inauguration Day; the mournful, ...  Read more

American History in DC

By Viator, June 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 54 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

For United States history buffs, a visit to Washington, D.C. is a must. The US capital city houses Congress, and the President, along with the original Declaration of Independence and the US ...  Read more

Washington DC's Top National Monuments

By Viator, June 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 977 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Washington DC has its fair share of things to do, but for the history buff and monument fanatic, DC is a playground of elephantine proportions. From the White House and Capitol Hill, to the ...  Read more

Day Trips from Washington DC

By Viator, June 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 463 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Travelers to Washington DC could easily spend weeks exploring the many museums, monuments, parks and attractions showcased That being said, there are also an array of worthwhile day trips accessible ...  Read more

Washington DC Colonial Sites

By Viator, June 2014

4.5 star rating: Recommended 576 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The Battle of Gettysburg, the architecture of Thomas Jefferson, General Washington’s mausoleum; it would be a shame to visit DC and miss out on all the surrounding area has to offer. Consider ...  Read more

Best Museums in Washington DC

By Viator, April 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 110 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

While there are world-famous museums in various cities around the globe, you would be hard-pressed to find a city with more high-quality museums than Washington DC. The United States's capital ...  Read more

Cherry Blossoms in Washington DC

By Viator, March 2014

4 star rating: Recommended 23 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

In 1912, the United States was given 3,020 cherry trees as a gift of friendship, which were planted around Washington DC. Today, locals and visitors can enjoy taking in the beautiful bright pink of ...  Read more

Washington DC Winter Travel Tips

By Viator, February 2014

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 4 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Winter is an excellent time to visit Washington, DC. Compared to other states in the U.S. the weather is mild, with the occasional snowstorm and temperatures fluctuating between 24 and 48 degrees ...  Read more

Biking in DC

By Viator, November 2013

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 28 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Washington, DC is smaller in area than any state; it is possible for a person to traverse the entire city in a day without stepping foot in a vehicle or the underground metro rail. Because of its ...  Read more

Nightlife in DC

By Viator, October 2013

Washington, DC's nightlife scene has never been as exciting as in recent years. The city has experienced a gigantic boom in fresh, edgy, upscale, and urban chic bars, clubs, and concert venues. DC ...  Read more

My Favorite Restaurants in DC

By Balti-most , USA, September 2010

Living in Baltimore, I like to take the train to DC once a month or so to try out some of the great restaurants. Here are some of my favorites: 1. Zaytinya - Greek, Lebanese, Turkish Mezze - or ...  Read more

Library of Congress

By Natalie Grant , USA, February 2012

“Libraries are the one American institution you shouldn't rip off.” -Barbara Kingsolver Can't argue with that – especially because Washington DC's Library of Congress, which is the largest ...  Read more

Library of Congress

By Natalie Grant , USA, February 2012

“Libraries are the one American institution you shouldn't rip off.” -Barbara Kingsolver Can't argue with that – especially because Washington DC's Library of Congress, which is the largest ...  Read more

Think Pink – It’s Cherry Blossom Time!

By Natalie Grant , USA, February 2012

In 1912, the U.S. was given over 3,000 cherry blossom trees as a gift from Japan to celebrate international friendship. What began as an annual ceremony honoring the exchange has now become “the ...  Read more

U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

By Natalie Grant , USA, January 2012

Open since 1993 and designed by a Holocaust survivor, the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. has welcomed millions of visitors from all nationalities, political leanings, ...  Read more

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