Feel the air of importance in Washington District of Columbia, home to the President of the United States of America. There is so much on offer to visitors in and around the District of Columbia, and you need to take as much time as possible so you can to see it all. Obviously you’ll want to stand outside the White House and visit the Washington Monument, and on top of that you must go to the Lincoln Memorial and the Thomas Jefferson Memorial. Art lovers will adore the city too, with the National Gallery of Art and the National Portrait Gallery popular attractions. There are so many museums, galleries, monuments and more to see in Washington District of Columbia you’ll have to head out there to experience it all for yourself!
Renting holiday apartments in District of Columbia
Apartments in District of Columbia are a great way of spending quality time in the USA. One of the reasons is that you can expect more privacy and freedom than you would in an expensive hotel. That’s because the District of Columbia apartments on offer from HouseTrip come with a kitchen and living space, so you’re not restricted by hotel menus or dining schedules.
Where to stay in District of Columbia
HouseTrip has a selection of cracking apartments in District of Columbia dotted around the region. If you like getting outdoors in open spaces, you might be best suited to go for holiday accommodation near to Montrose Park. Stay in an area closer to Downtown and you’ll feel the vibe of this buzzing part of the region right outside your door. You’ll be able to walk to the local shops and delis to pick up some fresh ingredients then stroll back to your holiday rental to cook up a storm. Have a look at the selection of self-catering accommodation on offer, pick out the one you like, and start planning your trip to the USA.
District of Columbia with the family
Head off on a family holiday to the District of Columbia and you’ll have all of Washington DC’s main attractions within easy reach of your family rental. Take the kids to see all the historic monuments and museums, and make sure you take them to a proper burger joint too! You can all visit the White House to say you’ve been there, and to Nationals Park to see the Washington Nationals baseball team. On one day the kids will love visiting the animals at National Zoo, and on another you can pack the day out with fun at Six Flags America. There is so much to see and do in the District of Columbia, you’ll fill your days full of fun and memories.