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Reward yourself with this informative travel guide to Washington D.C.

With the astounding collection of museums and historical troves, Washington is the vitrine of American arts and history. This place is a gateway to the past and a glimpse at the stretching power of the government. This world-class cultural capital offers walkable strip of museums for free. But the world of Washington doesn’t end in museums and galleries, DC is also a thoughtful music and nightlife hub. The recent outburst of innovative eateries throughout town has invited the biggest the cultural change for the city.

Locate yourself in Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. is the capital of the United States of America and the city itself is a lively metropolis that is an amalgamation of monuments, politics, neoclassical buildings, restaurants and nightlife.
Downtown: This zone of Washington is famous for The National Mall, East End, West End and Waterfront and hence is the most visited areas. This place is the home of D.C.’s main theater district, the central business district, Smithsonian and non-Smithsonian museums galore, the Verizon Center, West Potomac Park, fine dining, the beautiful Tidal Basin, the Kennedy Center, Chinatown, the Convention Center, the White House and Nationals Park.
North Central: This area is D.C.’s hippest and most sundry neighborhoods that encompass Dupont Circle, Shaw, Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights and Petworth along with the amazing location for live music, nightlife, and restaurants. Here, you can find Howard University along with boutique shopping, beautiful embassies, Little Ethiopia, U Street, and enjoyable hotels.
West: This zone is the home to the significant village of Georgetown and also contains Upper Northwest. To be precise, this is the high-status, affluent side of the town with its enthusiastic nightlife, overseas architecture, and satisfactory dining. This place also encloses the National Zoo, bucolic Dumbarton Oaks, the massive National Cathedral, expensive shopping, Embassy Row and American University
East: This region of Washington encloses Capitol Hill, Near Northeast, Washington, D.C./Brookland and Anacostia. Some of the astonishing scenery of this place includes Capitol Building and Library of Congress along with the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood, D.C.’s “Little Vatican” nearby the National Shrine, the Kenil worth Aquatic Gardens and eccentric nightlife in the Atlas District.

Points of interest in Washington D.C.

  • 1United States Capitol and Capitol Hill
  • 2The White House
  • 3The Lincoln Memorial
  • 4The Washington Monument
  • 5National Air and Space Museum
  • 6National Gallery of Art
  • 7National Museum of American History
  • 8National Museum of Natural History
  • 9National Mall and Veterans Memorials
  • 10National Zoological Park

What to do in Washington D.C.

  • 1Learn your state tree at the National Arboretum
  • 2Get buzzed at Gravelly Point Park
  • 3Peruse art up-close at the Phillips Collection
  • 4Wander the woods of Theodore Roosevelt Island
  • 5Live the mansion lifestyle at Anderson House
  • 6Follow the graffiti to The Fridge
  • 7Uncover the story behind George Mason's memorial
  • 8Sniff out the 'corpse flower' at the Botanic Garden

Enjoy the recent outburst of dining culture in Washington

Washington, DC has endured a restaurant bang in the preceding years. Innovative dining alternatives are available in every neighborhood today. The numerous and unusual locations for eating in Washington DC suffocating steakhouse label has not been accurate for a long time.

Nightlife of Washington

DC's nightlife sight embraces upmarket nightclubs, consistent neighborhood bars, and locations with abundant rooftop decks. If you keep timing in mind, DC is a major city for partying as most of the bars and nightclubs have fixed timing to open and close.

Shopping in Washington

The Washington, DC zone has great neighborhoods for shopping as you can discover numerous sites of the large national retail stores, unique shops and shopping spots. Head to Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia for an amazing shopping experience.

Transportation

As walkability is the DC’s greatest quality, so prepare accordingly. You can cover small town at heart via walking. If not, the Metro subway system and the bus services are also available to go around the city and also to nearby suburbs, you can opt for taxis, too but they are expensive. Purchase a rechargeable SmartTrip card at any Metro station and you can easily manage.

Best time to go

Late March to May is the crowning season while June and July are packed and scorching. August is humid but cheap and September to November have scarcer tourists but hotel rates are high. December is jovial, hence spring is the finest time to visit to watch cherries blossom. If you are planning to visit White House, make sure to submit the request for at least 21 days in advance.  Find flights to Washington.
The northerly subtropical climate of Washington makes spring and fall quite pleasurable as cool breezes flow followed by lush growth and the cherry blossoms during the period from April to mid-May. January is the coldest month with very sporadic snow but is a great time to visit uninhabited museums and absence of summer theater vacations. July is the hottest month and is very hot and humid.

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