The capital of the United States, defined by its massive persona and a colossal global approach, the Washington DC lies on the North bank of the Potomac River. Named after the first president of the United States, George Washington, the city serves a perfect platter of natural beauty blended with historically renowned structures. Spot the Capitol, the White House and the Supreme Court which house the three branches of the US government. The National Air and Space Museum flaunts the technical brilliance of the state. Museums, memorials, monuments or malls, with mostly free entry, leisure and fun are unlimited to explore. A city that doesn't give you even a second to think about what to do next. The air of Washington radiates the aura of power and politics. Here one can learn about the challenging political upheavals occurred in the past by studying the various monuments spread all over the city. The accommodation of many past presidents has now become famous public tourist sights. A blend of history with the Cosmopolitan Site is extremely interesting to see. Home to more than nine acclaimed universities, Washington DC marks its name globally in the field of education. No doubt the flamboyance, personage, and splendor of the city are magnetic enough to keep you spellbound any day.
The most popular mode of travel is the Metro Rail or Metro Bus paid with SmarTrip card. A Godsend for tourists is the $1 per ride DC Circulator bus. Walking and biking are more independent ways of discovering this city, thanks to the walking tour services, the bike hire services and the proximity of sights. Uber & Lyft ride-hailing services, rented taxis, and rented cars are also available.
Metrorail $2.25 - $6 (Peak time fares) and $1.85-3.85 price range (non-peak hours).
Metro bus $2 for regular routes and $4.25 for express routes.
$8/day pass to rent a cycle on Capital Bikeshare.
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Reliving the era of olden days with the impressive monuments and well-conserved museums in the day time, the sunset too promises equal expanse of a good time. From a plethora of night clubs, bars restaurants, gay bars, sports venues, and theatres one needs to dedicate days in order to enjoy at least a few from the listed lot. The Memorials can be visited at night, the beautiful lights add to the grace and charm of the place. A night tour, like that of the National Mall tour or the Lincoln Assassination Tour, is impressive as they unfold many stories of mystery and suspense. The sunset parade at Iwo Jima is a one-to-one encounter with the charisma of nature. Watching movies under the stars in the breezy and beautiful weather can definitely be a new experience in itself. The Kennedy Center is the official home to the Opera in the town, and if you haven't seen the Opera even once in life, then you truly are missing out on a surreal experience! Adams Morgan club plays some sweet music and is a very popular destination for youngsters. DuPont Circle has over 30 board games that you can play while enjoying your drinks. The street corridors have some of the best jazz bands in a town like Ben's Chilli Bowl and Twin Jazz. With Washington DC in the talking, it's a platter of endless choices that may quench your hunger but not the desires.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport - DCA
IAD - Washington Dallas International Airport
Start Tariff: USD 3.50
1 Km. Tariff: USD 1.45
1 Hour Waiting Tariff: USD 25.00
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