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About Washington

Washington is an important city in the United States and at the same time the capital of the country. All the three branches of the government are located there, making it one of the most powerful cities across the globe. When you will search for cheap tickets to Washington you will discover that there are many cultural and political objectives that you must see. That's why you should plan carefully your trip to this city and to have at least several days to visit all the buildings and museums.

There are several ways to travel to Washington, but the easiest one is by plane. Due to its importance, there are many planes coming from all around the country to the capital. The Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport hosts almost all the flight from the capital. Unfortunately there are some restrictions and you will not find many international flights. Only planes from the Caribbean region and from Canada are landing there. If you are coming from another continent, you will land in New York that has the largest airport in the United States. From over there you can book some cheap flights to Washington and you can reach in less than one hour the capital.

You should not forget that a trip to the United States is not cheap and you must plan the budget with care. You can save a lot if you choose to purchase airline tickets to Washington with several months in advance. At the same time you must book a room in the same day with the tickets. Because there are many tourists from all around the world during the entire year, finding a motel is a hard task. Just search on the internet and book a room in advance. The best period to travel to the US capital is the spring. During that season you will be able to find good prices, great deals when is about the accommodation and the weather is perfect for a walk.

After you purchase cheap flights to Washington, you can rent a car. The distances can be a problem in this city and a car is a must if you don't have enough time to use the public transport system. Once you are in town, you should visit all the major landmarks, including the White House, Lincoln Memorial and Reflecting Pool, the Mall, National Air and Space Museum, US Capitol Building, Washington Monument, National Gallery of Art, Holocaust Museum, National Natural History Museum, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Embassy Row, Vietnam Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, American Art Museum, International Spy Museum, National Portrait Gallery, National Zoo, National Cathedral and Library of Congress.

Once you are in possession of flights to Washington you can travel also in the neighborhoods, which have a unique mixture of architectural styles. This is the place to be if you have kids. They will love to visit all the museums located on the Mall, with some of the largest collections of plants, dinosaurs and space rackets you may find. Several companies can offer a quick tour of the city. In just few hours anyone can take pictures near the landmarks from the center of the US capital. During such a tour, you will stop also to enjoy the local food. The fast food is the most popular way to eat in the United States and you should know that you are going to save a lot of money by eating in a small restaurant or bistro.

After you have bought cheap flights to Washington and you have searched for hotels in Washington you can invite all your close friends to join you to such a trip. This website has the best prices for tickets to the United States. That's why you should not wait anymore and purchase the flights today. Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Washington and you will not regret your decision.

Top attractions in Washington

International Spy Museum

The International Spy Museum is located at 800 F ST NW, Washington DC. This is a privately owned museum that was built by The House on F Street and Milton Maltz. The museum is one of the few museums in Washington which charges an entrance fee. The museum essentially is home to espionage artifacts and history. The most intriguing and captivating issues about the museum include:

National Museum of Crime & Punishment

The National Museum of Crime & Punishment was built by John Walsh in partnership with John Morgan a businessman in Orlando. The building of the museum cost the two investors approximately $21 million, and was opened in May 2008. The museum unlike any in Washington which are managed by the National Park Services is run by a management mandated by the owners. The museums operations are strictly a business venture whereby return on investment to the owners is offered.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

This is the National Museum of Natural History which is administered by Smithsonian Institute, located in the National Mall in Washington DC. This is probably one of the museums where you can get to visit any day of the year except during Christmas.

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Information about travelling to Washington

  • Average temperature in Washington
    20 °C
  • Average temperature for this month in Washington
    32 °C
  • Maximum temperature during the year in Washington
    39 °C

Airports of Washington

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Washington Dulles International