It can be difficult to see everything you want to in a single vacation, but with the CitySightseeing Washington D.C. Bus Tour from New York City, it’s possible to make your one-city trip a two-city extravaganza. Use tickets from ShowTickets.com to experience Washington, D.C., the nation’s capital. Not surprisingly it’s absolutely stuffed with amazing sights, and this day-trip manages to get you to a “best-of” overview of the District, offering you all the major sights viewed from the comfort of one of CitySightseeing’s deluxe custom coaches. Hop on the bus in the morning, and, accompanied by a professional tour guide, head south through the idyllic farm lands of New Jersey, the oceanfront of Delaware, and the heartland of Maryland before arriving directly at the seat of government, Capital Hill. Hop off the bus and take a spin around the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, and wind up your day with the fabulous foursome of memorials: Washington, Lincoln, Vietnam, and Korean War. Luxuriate in a wealth of history and architecture, and see a solid chunk of the 13 original colonies before an early evening journey back to New York City, arriving in time for dinner.
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See the highlights of Washington D.C. and still be back in New York City for dinner.
Sometimes you just want to extend your trip out beyond the limits of the one city you’re visiting, and now it’s possible to make your vacation take place in more than just New York City. See the highlights of D.C. in a single day excursion trip, getting back to Manhattan in time for a New York dinner. The professional tour guide can offer you more information, and make sure you have a better time, than if you went on your own. Of course, if you tried to go on the trip by yourself, you’d miss half the sights because you’d have to drive. Instead, relax and let someone else do the work. You’re on vacation! Take a seat on the comfortable bus, lean back, and see America.
WASHINGTON D.C. BUS TOUR FROM NYC DURATION
The Tour leaves at 7:00am and returns around 8:00pm – but don’t forget to factor in traffic!
The tour requires advance reservations and is subject to availability.
This tour does not stop at Arlington Cemetery.
The tour does make plans to stop in front of the White House, the Capitol and the Senate for photos, but in the event of security issues, sometimes this is not possible.