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'D.C.' stands for the "District of Columbia", the federal district containing the city of Washington.

The District of Columbia, founded on July 16, 1790, is a federal district as specified by the United States Constitution. The U.S. Congress has ultimate authority over the District of Columbia, though it has delegated limited local rule to the municipal government.

The Greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area includes the District of Columbia and parts of Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia.

hotels & inns, tour operators, travel guides, travel  to the district of columbia


Hotels in the District of Columbia   -   Hotel Guide Washington DC

Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.

    -   Motel 6 and Red Roof   -    

Travel Agents / Tour Operators

   -   Create your perfect trip to the District of Columbia
Flight, Hotel and Car.

Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :

  Guild of Professional Tour Guides of Washington, DC
  Bike the Sites   -   Guided Bike Tours and Bike Rental in Washington
  City Scooter Tours
Scooter and bike tours make the sites of the nation's capital accessible and fun for everyone. Visit the new World War II memorial, Lincoln Memorial, White House, US Capitol and more in the vehicle that suits you best -- a bicycle OR an electric convenience vehicle (mobility scooter). Knowledgeable and entertaining guides will escort you on your leisurely ride, providing historical facts, interesting stories, and little-known anecdotes.
  UC Tours   -   Tour Washington DC
  Official Tourism Site of Washington, DC [ Washington, DC Convention & Tourism Corporation ]
Plan your vacation or a meeting. Find out where to eat, shop and stay.
  Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Canal barges leave from the C & O Canal at 1057 Thomas Jefferson Street. Purchase tickets from the National Park Service Visitor's Center.
The C&O Canal follows the route of the Potomac River for 184.5 miles from Washington, D.C. to Cumberland, MD. The canal operated from 1828-1924 as a transportation route, primarily hauling coal from western Maryland to the port of Georgetown in Washington, D.C. Hundreds of original structures, including locks, lockhouses, and aqueducts, serve as reminders of the canal's role as a transportation system during the Canal Era. In addition, the canal's towpath provides a nearly level, continuous trail through the spectacular scenery of the Potomac River Valley. Every year millions of visitors come to hike or bike the C&O Canal in order to enjoy the natural, cultural, and recreational opportunities available.
  Site Seeing Tours Inc. - The African American Heritage Tour Specialists
  ®Spies of Washington Tour
  Washington Walks
The best way to tour any historic city is by foot. Washington Walks provides visitors to the Nation's Capital with the ideal place to start. Licensed, knowledgeable guides will introduce you to the stories and sites found in the many beautiful and fascinating areas of Washington, D.C.

Travel Guides District of Columbia / Travel Related Books

DC Sightseeing

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Transportation / How do I travel to District of Columbia

Washington Airport   -   Dulles International Airport [ Dulles, Virginia ]
  Washington Airport   -   Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport [ Arlington, Virginia


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  Airline Tickets District Columbia / Bargain Flights

  Amtrak   -   American Railways

  Greyhound Lines   -   Coach Line

Maps of D.C [ Uni Texas   -   Perry-Castaņeda Library   -   Map Collection ]


  DC Chamber of Commerce
Make the DC Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center your first stop when you arrive! Located at 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, just two blocks from the National Mall and one block from the White House Visitor Center. Take the Metro and get off at the Federal Triangle stop--just walk out of the station and into the Reagan Building on the street level, and you're there!

  Visitor Information District of Columbia

  Official Tourism Site of Washington, DC [ Washington, DC Convention & Tourism Corporation ]
Plan your vacation or a meeting. Find out where to eat, shop and stay.

  District of Columbia [ Government ]

  Alexandria - The Fun Side of the Potomac

  Adams Morgan
Community activities and news; sponsored by the Adams Morgan Community Association.
  Adams Morgan
Community businesses, services, and attractions.
Photographs and articles about the history of this Southeast neighborhood
Webpage with an overview of the history and architecture of Anacostia.
An interactive site for local history research; sponsored by The Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture.
News, programs, and services provided by the Anacostia Economic Development Corporation
Community news, calendar, resources, and even available real estate.
History, community news and much more; sponsored by the Bloomingdale Boys Club.
Community calendar, newsletters, and other neighborhood resources; sponsored by the Burleith Citizens Association.
  Capitol Hill
Webpage with an overview of the history and architecture of Capitol Hill.
  Capitol Hill
"Voice of the Hill" website, a free community newspaper.
  Capitol Hill
Directory of businesses, services, and attractions; sponsored by CHAMPS (Capitol Hill Association of Merchants and Professionals).
  Chevy Chase
Community news, services, and events; sponsored by the Chevy Chase Citizens Association.
  Cleveland Park
Businesses, services, and attractions found in this Northwest neighborhood.
  Columbia Heights
The history and activities of Columbia Heights, a central city neighborhood.
Downtown DC's guide to shopping, dining, attractions, and much more.
An interactive map of Downtown attractions.
  Dupont Circle
Community news, calendar, and events; sponsored by the Dupont Circle Citizens Association.
  East of the River
Community information, programs, and accomplishments of the Washington East Foundation.
Community news and neighborhood information; sponsored by the Foxhall Community Citizens Association.
Community information and neighborhood attractions.
  Glover Park
Community history, news, events, and attractions.
  H Street NE
Community news, events, neighborhood initiatives, and merchant information.
History, local news, and neighborhood photos; sponsored by the Hillcrest Community Civic Association
  Lafayette Square
A consortium of neighborhood historic sites and museums; sponsored by Neighbors to the President.
  LeDroit Park
Webpage with an overview of the history and architecture of LeDroit Park.
  Logan Circle
Neighborhood history, community events calendar, and other resources; sponsored by the Logan Circle Community Association.
  Marshall Heights
News, programs, and services provided by the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization.
  Mount Pleasant
Community history and links to affiliated neighborhood organizations.
  Mt. Vernon Square
Community resources, maps, events, and calendars.
Community news, calendar, services, and resources; sponsored by the Palisades Citizens Association.
Neighborhood events, news, services, and even available real estate.
Community news, information, and services.
  Sixteenth Street
Webpage with an overview of the history and architecture of Sixteenth Street Historical District.
History, community news, services, and attractions; sponsored by the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly.
  Stanton Park
Community news, links, and information; sponsored by the Stanton Park Neighborhood Association.
  Takoma Park
Webpage with an overview of the history and architecture of Takoma Park.
  U Street/Cardoza
Community news, services, and attractions; sponsored by the Cardozo Shaw neighborhood Association.
  Woodley Park
Community news, links, and services; sponsored by the Woodley Park Community Association.
  Woodley Park
Community resources, services, and attractions.

  News   -   Progressive Review
Over 40 years inside the beltway, out of the loop & ahead of the curve. An online journal of alternative news & information
  News   -   Washington Post Online
  Zoo   -   National Zoo
The National Zoo is a beautiful urban park offering family fun and excitement, stimulating education programs, and a peaceful place to enjoy nature. There is something new to discover on every visit.
The National Zoological Park is a part of the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum and research complex. The Smithsonian includes 18 museums and galleries, as well as the National Zoo.

Cuisine  -  DC Recipes

  The First American Cookbook: A Facsimile of "American Cookery," 1796 by Amelia Simmons / Mary Tolford Wilson.
Paperback: Dover Publications, 01 August, 1984


  National Park Service  -  Links to the past
Explore America's cultural resources - buildings, landscapes, archeological sites, ethnographic resources, objects and documents, structures and districts.

Music, Art & Culture, Entertainment

  Capital Region USA
  Cultural Tourism DC
  Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington

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