Washington D.C., capital of the USA is one of the most historic cities in America making it one of the most interesting places to visit. It is a major cultural destination filled with world class museums and monuments waiting to be explored. It’s also the official home of the President of the United States Of America.
Once you arrive in Washington D.C., it's worth spending time exploring the many historical monuments and museums. The US capital is undoubtedly one of the best places in America to learn about the history of this country and its culture
Visits to monuments such as the Jefferson Memorial, White House, Capitol Building and the Martin Luther King Memorial are must-see and unforgettable attractions. However there are a number of spots which you can enjoy without having to fight through crowds of tourists. For example - you can visit the National Academy of Sciences and sit on Albert Einstein's lap!
Washington D.C. has an abundance of exciting attractions, museums and more all waiting for you to be explored.
Washington D.C. is great for shopping. With many malls, souvenir stores and all the in-between, you have plenty of choice in the Capital of the USA.
Enjoy rooftop bars with White House views, up-scale restaurants and more on your trip to Washington D.C.
Hotels in Washington DC offer contemporary, modern accommodations for those who visit the city. As Washington DC is quite a walkable city, no matter your location you will get around with ease from your hotel. The Dupont Circle area of the city is central to everything and it is a great base for your trip. READ MORE
The best times to visit Washington, D.C., are from September to November and March to May. In the autumn, the sweltering summer is gone and all that's left are crisp breezes and changing leaves, which look great against all those marble monuments. Spring is also a mini high season thanks to the Cherry Blossom Festival in late March and early April. Summer in D.C. is hot and sticky but many museums blast the air conditioning, so if you can stand the heat, you'll find plenty of free attractions to keep you entertained. Winter is definitely low season. And though the chance to find lower hotel rates is high and the weather is mild compared to other destinations along the East Coast, the city is prone to freezing cold temperatures and snowstorms.
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