Take advantage of your stay in New York City by taking a day trip to the capital Washington D.C. and visit the best sights of the city.
Rating by Rainer on 31. May 2019
Get to know the capital of the USA while visiting New York City
Visit interesting sights in Washington D.C, such as the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and the World War II Memorial
Enjoy a view of the famous FBI and the Federal Reserve
This tour includes transportation from New York to Washington D.C. and a guided tour of the city's major attractions. You have plenty of opportunities to photograph the many sights and monuments along the way.
Enjoy a stroll through the Capitol for photos or a short visit to one of the nearby Smithsonian museums. We then continue through the National Mall, where we visit the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and the World War II Memorial overlooking the Rainbow Pool. The monument is dedicated to over 400,000 American citizens who died in the war. We'll also see the famous FBI and the Federal Reserve.
After lunch we have the opportunity to discover more of the city with a short visit to the Air & Space Museum and if time allows.
In the afternoon, after returning to New York, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the city's skyscrapers and, if time allows, take a stop to take pictures.
• Visit to Washington D.C.
• Bilingual guide
• Food and drinks
5 am at Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel at Two Times Square:<br> 714 Seventh Av. (between 47th and 48th Street), New York, NY 10036
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