CitySights DC


  • Cherry Blossom Festival Transportation Guide

    Getting around town in Washington, DC during the annual Cherry Blossom Festival can be easy if you know transportation tricks. Because a million visitors flock to this area to take in the spectacular blooms, driving around town on your own can be challenging. Luckily, Washington, DC has topnotch public transportation options, so you can avoid traffic delays and parking snafus. Relax and enjoy your springtime vacation with these Cherry Blossom Festival Transportation Guide tips. Continue reading
  • Visiting Washington, DC, During the National Cherry Blossom Festival

    If you are trying to decide when to plan a visit to the nation’s capital, aim for the beginning of spring. The National Cherry Blossom Festival 2016 in Washington, DC, is so popular with tourists that it has become one of the busiest times of year, but it is well worth the crowds. The annual festival, which is scheduled this year March 20-April 17, has almost 300 events, which means there is even more to do and see than the usual amazing attractions. The best part is that many of these events are free to the public, making a spring trip to the Capital a budget-friendly vacation. Continue reading
  • Celebrate Women’s History Month in the Nation’s Capital

    In March of every year, the entire United States observes Women’s History Month to raise awareness for the many accomplishments made by women since the founding of the country. If you are in the mood for some traveling, Women’s History Month in Washington, D.C. is perhaps the best place in the nation to fully immerse yourself in this proud tradition, with a large host of important sites to check out and fun events to enjoy. Continue reading
  • Washington, D.C., Parties For Super Bowl 2016

    Early in the month of February each year is an unofficial national holiday known as Super Bowl Sunday. The excitement for the event builds up through the fall and reaches a fervor in January for the playoffs. Even if you don’t have a favorite NFL team to cheer for, you still will watch the game Feb. 7, so we’ve gathered a list of restaurants that are planning Super Bowl parties (2016) in Washington, DC. Continue reading
  • Washington D.C. Celebrates Black History Month 2016

    Each February, the nation’s capital is transformed into a cultural display of history as Washington D.C. celebrates Black History Month, 2016. You can view a piece of America’s most influential past by touring the special events and visiting the significant locations where newsworthy events took place. The capital takes the entire month to honor the African Americans who played a large part in the country’s history, and you are invited to share in those monumental moments by visiting Washington D.C. each February. Continue reading
  • What Happens During Restaurant Week 2016

    Washington, DC Restaurant Week 2016 is here, and you don’t want to miss out on the great food and fantastic sights of the city! Make reservations to some of the most talked-about restaurants in the area, and don’t forget to indulge in a Washington, DC Dinner Cruise that combines mouthwatering foods with some of the most unforgettable views of famous Washington, DC locations. Continue reading
  • 6 Martin Luther King Day Events in Washington, DC

    Trying to figure out what to do for Martin Luther King Day? Thankfully, a quick visit to Washington, DC will unveil a wide variety of events that will make your holiday unforgettable. From parades to performing arts, here are six Martin Luther King Day events 2016 in Washington, DC that you don’t want to miss! Continue reading
  • Winter Family Fun in the Washington, DC Area

    Whether you and the kids are outdoor enthusiasts or prefer to cozy up inside, there’s much offered in the way of winter family fun in the Washington, DC area. From places to learn and grow to venues for entertainment and activity, there is something for everyone to enjoy. For example:

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  • 10 Ways to Celebrate the Holidays in Washington, D.C.

    If there ever was a city that embraces the holiday season with both arms, it is Washington, D.C. There are so many activities, sights and programs in the region that visitors could fill every minute from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day with exciting experiences. We’ve gathered a list of the best 10 ways to celebrate the holidays in Washington, D.C., and we invite you to explore as many as you can. Continue reading
  • Best Christmas Events for Kids in Washington, D.C.

    Our nation’s capital is a popular tourist destination with more to offer than a single visit could ever encompass, and its holiday celebrations are no exception. Learn about the best Christmas events for kids in Washington, D.C., MD and VA before your next visit.

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