Washington D.C. is full of famous historic sights and monuments, as well as the largest array of fascinating and free attractions.
Visit the White House, Capitol Hill, Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial… Then touch a moon rock, marvel at the Hope Diamond, view Dorothy’s Ruby Red slippers or explore Native American culture at the Smithsonian Institution.
Discover treasures like the Gutenberg Bible at the Library of Congress, the only da Vinci painting in North America at the National Gallery of Art and historic documents like the Declaration of Independence at the National Archives.
Away from the famous sites, Washington D.C. unwinds into a fascinating network of neighbourhoods with trendy boutiques, hip bars and restaurants, plus art galleries, historic homes and lush parks. Shoppers love thestore lined streets of Georgetown, while jazz music fans won’t want to miss a trip to U Street, where Duke Ellington played his first notes. The city’s international character shines through in its Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle neighbourhoods with eclectic dining and nightlife and the historic centre of the city’s embassy community.
Fashionably retro Baltimore is just an hour from DC. The historic waterfront is complete woth a WWII submarine, stylish shops, restaurants and bars, which are fun to explore. Dine on the freshest seafood including Maryland crab or catch a Baltimore Orioles baseball game.
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