Sightseeing and thematic tours in Washington

Surprisingly, the capital ofthe USA - is a very small city. A little more than 700 thousand people live in Washington. But it is here that the fate of the whole country is decided - and to some extent the fate of the whole world.

Washington is one of the greenest capitals in the world: there are more than a hundred parks and squares, and the streets are generously planted with trees. Among these "50 shades of green" hid the main attractions that a tourist will see during a sightseeing tour:

  • The White House, where the US President lives and works;
  • the snow-white Capitol on the hill of the same name;
  • the building of the Supreme Court, the supply of marble for which was controlled by Benito Mussolini;
  • the headquarters of the FBI, etc.

Wander in Washington - or simply "D-C" - most conveniently with a personal guide. A clear program of excursions in English language will not let you get lost among the endless memorials and miss the really important points.

Excursion programs are not limited to architectural values. Private guides will show you where to try Washington's half-smoke hot dog (which usually costs no more than $ 6) and listen to jazz (a tip from Excurzilla: at Bohemian Caverns Cave Restaurant).

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