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Facts About Flying to Washington DC, District of Columbia

  • 2% of Washington DC travelers booked First or Business Class.
  • 5% of travelers traveled to Washington DC with kids under 14.
  • 49% of Washington DC travelers were female.
  • Travelers spent an average of 25 days in Washington DC.
  • October was the month with most bookings for Washington DC.
  • April was month with the least bookings for Washington DC.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

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What to See in Washington?
If it's Washington, it's got to be fun. Offering the perfect blend of ancient monuments on one hand and exciting nightlife on the other, the city of Washington certainly offers a lot to do and explore. Visit the White House which is the official residence of the President of the United States, and experience how one of the world's most powerful person spends his day at the office. Whether you want to watch an exciting opera musical at the Kennedy Center or go on a hiking adventure at the Great Falls Park, the choice is yours. Don't forget to pay your respects to those brave soldiers who lost their lives during the Vietnam War at the Veterans Memorial.
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When to Find Cheap Washington Airfare?
The month of March and the period from June-August are considered the best times to visit Washington. While March sees the Cherry Blossom Festival taking place, June-August is the time when the kids have their school holidays. Expect to pay high prices for the hotels and restaurant bookings during this time. Winter (December-February) is considered the off-season as the temperatures can go below the freezing point. The positive aspect of traveling during this season is the discounts that you get on both the hotel stays and the airfare.
Washington Airports
Washington D.C is served by three major airports: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Washington Dulles International Airport and the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. While the first two airports are well connected to the city, Baltimore-Washington Airport is about 30 miles from D.C, making it tough for the passengers to travel to/from the airport. If cheapest flights to Washington are on your mind, then booking early is the golden rule that you need to follow, its one rule that always works.
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Visit Washington DC

Washington DC is a veritable treasure trove of museums and monuments housing some of the nation’s most important history and artifacts, from federal laws — U.S. Constitution, anyone? — to priceless art. You can reflect on the progress and achievements of the U.S. at any of the structures on National Mall, whether it’s the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument or U.S. Capitol. Of course, you’ll have to stop and take a picture at the gates of the White House and take advantage of the city’s free museum admission at the National Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian museums. Visitors can also take the time to contemplate the consequences of human strife at any (or all) of the memorials dedicated to the Korean War, Vietnam War, WWII and the Holocaust.

Library of Congress

The three buildings of the Library of Congress house more than 158 million items, enough to sate any bibliophile. There are more than just books among its vast collection: You’ll also find sheet music, film, rare literature and other resources. Take a guided tour of the world’s largest library to find out more about its beautiful architecture and rotating exhibitions.

Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Prepare to be impressed: the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is the largest Catholic church in the country, and this title is well-earned. Built in a Neo-Byzantine style, it features a large dome that is decorated both on the inside and the outside, enormous vaulted archways, dozens of interior chapels and many works of art.

National Gallery of Art

A massive art museum with a huge collection of masterpieces, the National Gallery of Art is always popular among tourists for its easy accessibility and free entry. Its permanent collection includes important artists such as Van Gogh, Renoir, Monet, Matisse and Pollock, while a rotating exhibition of art exposes visitors to a wide range of historically significant pieces.

Old Ebbitt Grill

Founded in 1856, Old Ebbitt Grill lives up to its name — it’s the city’s oldest restaurant and bar. Stop in between sightseeing destinations (it’s right by the White House) and tuck into traditional American platters such as lump crab cakes, glazed meatloaf and pumpkin French toast. Happy hour gets you half-priced oysters at the bar.


Located in Penn Quarter, Rasika is hugely popular for its modern Indian cuisine. Among its numerous awards, Rasika has the honor of making diners salivate over an unexpected dish: fried spinach. Known as Palak Chaat, these crispy baby spinach leaves mixed with a sweet yogurt and chutney never fail to enchant the taste buds.

Founding Fathers

A sprawling restaurant in Foggy Bottom, Founding Farmers serves up tasty American fare with customer favorites that are too many to list: crispy chicken and waffles, honeyed skillet cornbread, an incredible red velvet cake plus a handful of substantial vegan entrees. Top it all off with a cocktail containing Founding Fathers’ own whisky or gin!

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Featuring celebrated groups such as the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington National Opera, the Suzanne Farrell Ballet and more, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is the premier place to get your performing arts fix. Seven different venues give you plenty of options and genres to choose from!

The Gibson

This low-key bar takes after speakeasies of the Prohibition era, with an unadorned black door leading to an unpretentious space serving top-notch mixed drinks. A strict no-standing policy means you won’t be fighting for elbow room at the bar. Sit back and take in the ambience, but be sure you make a reservation beforehand.

Madam’s Organ

Noticeable by the giant, red-haired mural on the side of the building, Madam’s Organ is beloved for having live music every day of the week, covering everything from blues to salsa to bluegrass. The name is a play on words of the name of the surrounding neighborhood, Adams Morgan, and demonstrates the bar’s eclectic, diverse and fun-loving clientele.