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Washington DC

Washington D.C. is the gem of the East Coast. Visiting the capital of the United States of America can be a fantastic experience for both you and your entire family. There are countless museums, monuments and historical sites to visit, and all have both a cultural and educational value. Whether you are visiting by yourself, with your spouse, your family or taking a group of eager schoolchildren, Washington D.C. has the potential to thrill everyone, both young and old.

From bikes to Segways, the modes of transportation of seeing this beautiful city are many and varied. You can expect heavier tourist crowds during the summer season than any other time. The weather is humid and the sun is always out. During the fall and winter, however, the trees turn gold and prepare for the dusting of snow that turns Washington D.C. into a snowy wonderland. During the very beginning of spring, however, you can watch the Cherry trees blossom around the capital grounds, a striking scene that most people do not get to experience!

One of the most frequently used tours during the summer months in Washington are the Trolley Tours, which can last anywhere from one to two days. It will take you from place to place, allowing you to get out and enjoy a monument or historical site. The most prominent of these sites are the Capital Building, the White House, the Library of Congress, the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial and the Washington Memorial, which includes the Reflecting Pool. Not only are they architectural feats, but they represent the history of a nation founded in liberty and sustained in justice.

Another popular tour is the Segway Tour, which will give you a day to tour the city on one of these helpful devices. They're smooth, fast, save your feet from aching at the end of the day, and the height at which they place you allow you to see over the heads of the average crowd. You can also take a Segway Night Tour of the Washington D.C. area. It' quite a thrill seeing the White House at night, ablaze with lights!

Madame Tassaud's Wax Museum in Washington showcases famous Presidents, political figures, soldiers and warriors of the Republic. The National Museum of Crime and Punishment is also located in the Washington area, as is the Newseum of Washington D.C. and the famous Spy Museum. The latter is one of the most popular attractions in the city. There are also water tours, bike tours, walking tours and food tours for your enjoyment.

Italian Food Tour
Price: $65.00
Let a passionate local foodie be your guide to everything Italian in Washington, DC. Buy discount tickets online for this highly recommended food tour through Dupont Circle.
Develop your taste for the city on this cultural and culinary walking tour through U Street & Shaw neighborhoods. You will enjoy delicious tastings from 4 locally owned restaurants and eateries, while strolling through these iconic neighborhoods. You'll also learn about the interesting culture and history of the area that makes each of these areas so special.
The Capitol Hill Culinary Experience Food Tour takes you through the country's largest Victorian neighborhood, where you sample local and regional specialties that reflect this neighborhood's personality. A vibrant culinary scene awaits you as you dine at family run restaurants from the Navy Yard to Eastern Market.
This 3.5 hour food tour takes groups to historic yet chic Georgetown, an area that predates Washington DC. You will be transported through 250+ years of history and enjoy flavors closely connected to this Northwest DC neighborhood.

Fells Point Food Tour
Price: $61.00
This guided, narrated walking tour explores parts of Baltimore's best preserved historic district, Fells Point, an area founded nearly 280 years ago. During the tour, you will stop to sample specially made dishes and drinks at a variety of family and locally owned restaurants
This walking food tour will highlight Ethiopian cuisine by stopping at a variety of restaurants, each boasting a different specialty dish. Sample the intricate flavors, textures, and colors in Ethiopian cuisine, while recounting the history of the Ethiopian people.
Tastes of Georgetown
Price: $82.00
Explore Georgetown, a deliciously diverse neighborhood, on the Tastes of Georgetown tour. Your guide will share the history of Georgetown with unique anecdotes and carefully selected food tastings. This tour covers two miles, lasts three hours with 3-4 stops...
Dupont Circle Food Tour
Price: $63.00
On the Dupont Circle Food Tour, you are brought to the forefront of several cultures from around the world. Enjoy traditional ceremonies and cuisine in authentic surroundings. On this walking tour, you will be served dishes that rely on locally sourced ingredients, hand crafted beverages and desserts.

The Old Town Alexandria Food Tour explores locally owned and operated restaurants off the beaten path in this historically rich town. The restaurants and dishes have been meticulously chosen to showcase the culinary variety that exists within Old Town Alexandria, a DC neighborhood.
The Foods of Eastern Market Tour takes you to the longest running public market in Washington DC. It has been the center of life within Capitol Hill for over 200 years. Eastern Market remains a culinary gem in Washington DC filled with history, character, and delicious food.
Make the most of your visit to Washington D.C. with the US Capitol Building and Capitol Hill Walking Tour. Take a guided tour of the Halls of Congress with your own docent and go underground to the Library of Congress, the largest library in the world...
On the Mount Vernon by Bike and Boat tour, enjoy a scenic bike ride from Alexandria to George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate. Tour the 21 room mansion and grounds In the afternoon, then board the Miss Christin for a narrated boat cruise back to Alexandria...

Bike to Mount Vernon with this self-guided two-way ride on the Mount Vernon Trail. This scenic trail takes riders through Dykes Marsh and Belle View Park along the Potomac River. Free admission to explore the first Presidents home and gardens, then ride back to Alexandria at your own pace.
It's the best way to tour Washington DC! The Monuments Bike Tour is a leisurely and fun way to explore Washington's monuments and memorials. Get up close and personal with this easy 3-hour guided bike tour.
Explore Washington DC with a biking adventure through the city. This exciting guided tour will take you to many of the historic landmarks and attractions in the area. Bike along the National Mall and on the banks of the Potomac River!
Experience the beauty of Washington DC at night on a bike tour. This evening bike tour takes you to the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin when the monuments are less crowded, the air is cooler and the views are magnificent.

DC Bike Rental
Price: $40.00
Try it by bike--you'll like it! There's so much to see in Washington, DC - why not cover more ground by riding a bike? Biking keeps you young in spirit, and there's no better way to get around and see new things! FREE MAPS, with suggested rides and self-guided tours.

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