5 Reasons Why Washington, D.C. Should Be Your Next Travel Destination

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Washington D.C. is a hub for breathtaking historical monuments, great food, and countless activities, making it an amazing travel destination with something to offer everyone. In case you needed any extra motivation to visit, here is a list of the top five reasons why you should start planning your visit to Washington D.C.

  1. Outdoor activities

If you enjoy spending time outdoors, Washington, D.C. has plenty of activities to offer you. Get some exercise in beautiful, Rock Creek Park where runners, bikers and roller skaters congregate during the warm months.

If you prefer a leisurely stroll, the Kahlil Gibran Memorial Garden is a stunning, historically rich place to wander through and view the work of Gibran. The U.S. National Arboretum is another beautiful garden to visit if you are interested in seeing an array of plant species. Private tours of Washington, D.C. offer visitors a more informative experience as a knowledgeable guide takes you through these gardens.

If you are fascinated by animals, the National Zoological Park offers visitors a look at some of the most amazing animal species from all over the world. It is also free to enter as it is a part of the Smithsonian Institution.

  1. Museums

Washington D.C. boasts many interesting museums that go beyond the political significance that drives most tourists to the city. The Newseum celebrates freedom of speech and features one of the best views of the city. The National Air & Space Museum explores the exciting topic of outer space, with multimedia technology.

A private tour of Washington, D.C. can be a great option for visitors who wish to enhance their experience in these fascinating museums with a guide who can answer all of their questions.

  1. Culture

Washington is not often associated with art and culture. However, visitors are welcomed to the city with lively nightlife, indoor and outdoor markets, as well as many opportunities to view live music around the city.

  1. Monuments

It would not be a tour of Washington, D.C. without a visit to some of the monuments and memorials across the city. Many of these historical sites can be found on the National Mall, offering tourists history and culture during their stay.

  1. Food

Washington is a great city for fine dining; however, visitors should not miss the Eastern Market, which hosts food vendors from all over the city, serving fresh, local goods.

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