For anyone who wants to experience the city like a local – or even locals looking for an “off-the-beaten-path” site to see – here are 30 unique things to do in DC
The emergence of food truck dining is changing the way young professionals in major cities across the United States enjoy lunch, but that doesn’t mean that all food trucks are created equal. Here area handful of the best food trucks in DC.
Maricar Donato’s rich cultural background helps her guide travelers from around the world through the historic sites of Washington DC. Born and raised in the Philippines, educated in Paris, and fluent in six languages, Maricar leads multilingual tours that are fully customizable based on visitors’ interests. Stops include the Arlington National Cemetery, Lincoln Memorial, and of course, the White House. With more than 30 years in the tourism industry, Maricar says her goal is to enhance the understanding of the American story.
The capital of the nation isn’t as stuffy as its prestige might suggest. The holidays in Washington DC are a special time in which the fun-loving nature of the city shines. From the Christmas Tree lighting to the National Hanukah Memorial to Zoolights at the Zoo, the whole city buzzes with the festive Christmas spirit