Sights to See in Washington DC

15/01/2014 18:18

The capital of the US, Washington, DC welcomes you with unforgettable attractions and places to visit. Being a big city, you need a safe and reliable form of transport to get from an attraction to another. If you choose to rent a DC charter bus, you will surely enjoy a great trip. You will have safety, comfort, a professional driver, and no worries at all.

Washington, DC is split into four districts: Downtown, North Central, West, and East. Each of these districts have amazing attractions to offer. Therefore, we've gathered just a few of the many places to visit on your trip to Washington, DC, classified by district:


The heart of the city, Downtown welcomes you with a wide range of attractions, from museums and art galleries to restaurants and fast food chains. Some of the places to visit in Downtown include The National Aquarium, International Spy Museum, The National Archives, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Shakespeare Theatre, Verizon Center, The White House, Chinatown, the Nationals Park and the amazing Tidal Basin. And these are just a few of the many attractions you will find in Downtown Washington, DC.

North Central

Moving on to the next set of attractions, we arrive in North Central DC. Your DC charter bus Company driver will know exactly where to take you, even if you haven't set an itinerary. This part of DC welcomes you with a great deal of diversity, being the trendiest of all districts. This is the place to listen to jazz, go clubbing, and enjoy live music. You can go visit the Dupont Circle neighborhood for clubs and restaurants. The Shaw neighborhood welcomes you with a great deal of African-American history and culture, live jazz, high-end clubs and the Little Ethiopia strip, where you can enjoy amazing cuisines. In Adams Morgan, Mount Pleasant and Columbia Heights you can have a combination of history, culture and nightlife at the same time.


This part of the city is home to the great historic village of Georgetown. Here you can also take a City Walking Guide and see all the attractions and points of interest. Visit the Dumbarton Oaks Museum and gardens, see the Swedish Embassy, and don't forget to take a picture with the oldest structure in Washington, DC, the Old Stone House. But there's more to West DC than Georgetown. See the National Zoo, the National Cathedral, and enjoy some high-end shopping.


East DC welcomes you with the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood, Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, the Atlas District, the Library of Congress, the National Shrine, the Capitol Building of course, and the National Arboretum.

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