Do you want to make the most of your stay in New York? You cannot miss a visit to the spectacular capital of the United States, Washington D.C.!
Our Excursion to Washington D.C. from New York it is an essential visit full of monuments and places that will leave you speechless.
Talking about Washington is talking about the Capitol. It is perhaps the most significant building-monument in the United States. Its grandeur is present at all times during our visit to the different monuments and museums that are concentrated in the Great Prairie of the National Mall.
One of the most emblematic buildings, not only in Washington, but in the entire United States, is the White House. Located on the National Mall, it is undoubtedly a must-see on your trip to Washington. You will have the opportunity to look out the gates of the Great Central Avenue (Pennsylvania) of this city that protects the gardens and the residential building of the President of the United States.
Afterwards, we will leave Washington for the state of Virginia to visit the Kennedy tomb in the Arlington National Cemetery, having the possibility of going through the Pentagon and we will make a stop at the Iwo Jima monument or monument to the marines.
Finally, we return to Washington once again, entering through the English Quarter where the prestigious George Town University is located and where some scenes from the movie The Exorcist were filmed. We will walk through monuments that you have seen in countless movies such as the Vietnam War Memorial, President Lincoln Memorial, Korean War and the reflecting pool that appears in the famous Forrest Gump movie.
Our next stop will be at the White House, then we will pass by the Oldest Church in Washington, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Ford's Theater where President Lincoln was assassinated. Following the tour, we take the main avenue of Washington, Pennsylvania, where the incoming president makes his inauguration tour, also passing through the buildings of the FBI, the Ministry of Justice, the Treasury, and the National Archives until we reach the Capitol where we will make another stop to take pictures. the National Mall and of course the Capitol.
You will then have free time for lunch and a visit to the Air and Space Museum. On the way back if the weather conditions allow it, we will make a stop before entering New York to appreciate and take pictures of the illuminated Manhattan panorama as it appears on postcards.
Don't miss the opportunity and join us on the Excursion to Washington D.C. from New York!