Washington DC

Washington DC Trolley Tour

Washington DC is the capital of the United States and the most impressive and unforgettable historical destination in the country. Get in touch with the remarkable American history and culture by visiting and exploring the city from closer. There is so much to experience and to see in DC that it is worth it to plan a longer trip to the capital to make the most of your time. There are many ways to explore the city and countless places to go to.

The Hay-Adams Hotel Washington D.C.

The Hay-Adams has, hands down, the best White House views of any Washington, D.C. property (in fact, its rooftop is a local favorite for private events). Housed in an Italian Renaissance-style mansion that was built in 1928, the hotel is genteel and dignified in the best sense. It’s grand enough for political bigwigs, yet welcoming and down-to-earth for travelers seeking an impeccably elegant base for their visit.

Washington D.C. Art Museums

The oldest art museum in the country’s elegant capital city is the Corcoran Gallery, founded by financier William Wilson Corcoran in 1869. Now part of the Smithsonian, its collection runs the gamut, from works by 19th-century greats like Mary Cassatt, Winslow Homer and John Singer Sargent to modern and contemporary artists such as Walker Evans, Man Ray, Edward Hopper and Jacob Lawrence.

Walkable Washington DC

Strolling through history in the nation’s capital. You don’t need a lot of time to cover a lot of ground in Washington, D.C., and if you enjoy walking (and we do), Washington, D.C. is the perfect city to walk about. Outfitted with Fitbit devices and comfy shoes, we designed our most recent D.C. stay around getting footloose in the nation’s …

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DC Food

Food trucks in Washington, DC

Finding meals to go from food trucks in the nation’s capital. I thought only the funky West Coast (especially hip cities such as Portland and Seattle) had glommed on to the food truck craze, but I was pleasantly surprised to find a ton of options in Washington, D.C., a place not necessarily known for being on the cutting edge of cool.