The magnificent Washington DC is a lively city with an interesting story, and offers visitors a whole host of free highlights too! Enjoy a slice of Washington culture, political history and renowned landmarks from the White House to the Lincoln Memorial, the Capitol Building, the Pentagon and Arlington Cemetery. Don't miss the many impressive museums such as the Smithsonian, the National Portrait Gallery or the Museum of Natural History. Explore nearby Virginia, with Great Falls Park and the Blue Ridge Mountains waiting to be explored. Furthermore, Washington is easy to get around, choose from cycling, walking or exploring via the efficient metro network.
Renting holiday apartments in Washington
Choose from a wide range of affordable apartments in Washington with HouseTrip, and book securely online. No matter what your holiday requirements are, or the size of your group, HouseTrip offers an ideal alternative to impersonal hotels, providing space, flexibility, privacy and value for money. Get double the space for less money with HouseTrip and enjoy the ease, convenience and savings a private rental can provide. Take a chance on HouseTrip and get your holiday accommodation booked in a few simple clicks.
Where to stay in Washington
From your fully furnished luxury studio to a deluxe apartment in the heart of the city, HouseTrip has a grand choice of apartments in Washington. After a morning doing some sightseeing, why not pop back for some down time, to your very own holiday hideaway. Check out national fireworks from the rooftop pool on the 4th of July, or sip cocktails on your own private terrace. All Washington apartments booked with HouseTrip are well situated whether you prefer something 10 minutes walk to downtown, or somewhere a little further out, the choice is yours. All options are within easy reach of attractions, shopping and eateries. Nothing is too much trouble. Take a look at the supreme holiday retreats that await you.
Washington with the family
Few cities in the world are as welcoming to children as Washington DC – your only problem will be deciding what to do first. If you fancy a slice of entertainment whilst learning then visit the National Museum of Natural History which is home to the Orskin Insect Zoo and Butterfly Pavilion. Explore Newseum and learn how to read the news, or check-out the fascinating inventions found in the American History Museum’s Spark!Lab. Outside of the city, popular activities include kayaking and white water rafting, as well as cycling and sky-diving.