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Go on a trip to Washington

Whether you’re passionate about history, culture or just curious to discover a bustling city, Washington offers a unique experience. Prepare to be captivated by its harmonious blend of past and present, and immerse yourself in a destination where every corner tells a fascinating story.
As soon as you arrive in Washington, you will immediately be struck by the majesty of the National Mall, a huge green esplanade that houses some of the country's most iconic landmarks. The cultural richness of the city is also revealed through its world-renowned museums. Explore the treasures of the Smithsonian Institution, home to more than 19 museums and galleries. Aside from monuments and museums, Washington is full of lively neighborhoods where you can immerse yourself in local life. Stroll through Georgetown’s stylish boutiques and trendy cafes, explore Adams Morgan’s thriving arts scene, or experience the culinary diversity of Chinatown. Washington is, of course, the political city par excellence, with the Capitol and the White House dominating the landscape.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Washington

  • National Mall

    When you enter the National Mall, you are immediately struck by the vastness of this green space stretching over two miles. Flanked on both sides by world-renowned museums, this iconic place is a true paradise for lovers of history and architecture. Begin your visit with the Lincoln Memorial, a majestic monument dedicated to the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Sit on the steps of the memorial and admire the panoramic view of the Reflecting Pool, which reflects the beauty of the Washington Monument, a symbol of American independence.
    As you continue your exploration, you will come across the Vietnam War Memorial, a moving site that pays tribute to soldiers who fell during this tumultuous period in American history. For an enriching cultural experience, explore the museums that line the National Mall, such as the National Museum of American History, which houses national treasures such as the Starry Banner of the War of 1812, or the National Air and Space Museum, where you can admire historical aircraft and space artifacts.
    In addition to its historical look, the National Mall also offers relaxation areas where you can enjoy outdoor picnics, peaceful walks and revitalizing jogs.

  • Smithsonian Institution

    As you walk through the doors of the Smithsonian Institution, you will be immediately transported into a world of wonder and discovery. With its 19 museums and galleries, as well as its zoo, this incredible complex is the largest museum and research complex in the world. Start your journey at the National Air and Space Museum, where you can admire historical aircraft. Continue your visit with a visit to the National Museum of Natural History, which houses an incredible collection of animals, fossils and minerals. Don’t miss the blooming gardens of the Smithsonian Gardens, attend lectures and concerts at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art, or discover marine life at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo.

  • Georgetown District

    Begin your exploration with the famous Georgetown University, one of the most prestigious academic institutions in the country. Take a stroll through the green campus and soak up the intellectual atmosphere of this historic building.
    On your way to the heart of Georgetown, don’t miss a visit to Georgetown Waterfront Park. Enjoy stunning views of the Potomac River and admire the boats sailing peacefully. One of Georgetown’s highlights is undoubtedly M Street, the district’s main shopping street. Stroll along this bustling street, exploring the fashion boutiques, art galleries and charming independent bookstores.
    For an outdoor getaway, head to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park. Walk along the tree-lined trails, admire the picturesque locks and soak up the natural beauty of this historic reserve.

  • Reynolds Center.

    By visiting the Reynolds Center, you will have the chance to discover historical treasures such as the Constitution of the United States and the Declaration of Independence. These emblematic documents, symbols of freedom and the founding ideals of the nation.
    The National Museum of American History, part of the Reynolds Center, also houses fascinating exhibits on various aspects of American life. Explore the President’s Room and discover the First Lady’s dresses and personal belongings of the leaders. Don’t miss the famous exhibition dedicated to the American Civil War, where you can see the uniforms, weapons and everyday objects of soldiers and civilians of the time.

  • The Adams Morgan neighborhood

    Welcome to Adams Morgan, a vibrant and cosmopolitan place nestled in the heart of Washington, D.C. If you’re looking for a bohemian atmosphere, lively nightlife and a diverse culinary scene, this neighborhood is for you. The most captivating artery is 18th Street. You will immediately be captivated by the electrifying energy that emanates from the cafes and eclectic shops. If you’re an art lover, don’t miss a visit to The Potter’s House Art Gallery. This unique community space combines an independent bookstore, café and art gallery.
    Want to enjoy the nightlife? Adams Morgan is known for its many bars, clubs and concert halls. Head to the legendary Madam’s Organ for an evening of captivating live music in a relaxed atmosphere.
    For a break from the urban frenzy, head to Meridian Hill Park. This historic park offers a peaceful haven where you can relax on the lawn, admire the fountains and statues, and enjoy a breathtaking view of the city from the top of the stairs.

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