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Guide to Exploring around Washington

Where to stay in Washington

Downtown Washington D.C.

Shopping, fine dining and museums aplenty: Downtown really is where the business happens.


Dupont Circle

Get ready for incredible architecture, restaurants and pubs in Dupont Circle.



A pleasant suburb on the banks of the Potomac River, home to the city’s oldest buildings, great shops and stylish bars.


Capitol Hill

This neighbourhood boasts the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, and enough familiar news backdrops to make your jaw drop.


Old Town Alexandria

This well-preserved historic district a short drive from Washington D.C. has modern art and designer fashions lining 18th-century cobblestone streets.


Foggy Bottom

Once a crumbling DC district; now a pleasant area where government buildings meet a cool student and artistic hub.