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Riding the metro

The Metro provides a great way to get around. If you are in town longer than two or three days, buying day passes may not be the best buy. Consider buying a Smart Card for $5 for each...more


To see the monuments & museums in downtown DC, take the tram which runs continuously during the day. get on or off at any stop to see the sights.   more

Where to Stay

The best, cheapest, safest places to stay to visit Washington D.C. is not in the city but on the outskirts. You can take the Metro in from Va & or Md & save on parking, hotel...more


While the Metro is a great alternative, you may find yourself driving and parking (or trying to) in Washington, D.C. If you park, double, no, triple check the parking regulation signs....more

Kennedy Center Tram

There is a small tram bus (free) that takes you to the nearby underground. A single woman can easily attend the free daily 6:00 summer concert and get back to town.   more

Use the Metro

Park your rental car and use the Metro Syetem. Visitors can travel throughout the DC Metro (VA,MD,DC) easiler and quicker. Traveling via the metro will save you money on gas, car...more

Ditch the cab

You don't need to ever take a cab in D.C. The Metro will take you from National Airport to your hotel, and then wherever you want to go. This is one of the best-run subways in the...more

Forget the rental car

A nutty place to do the driving yourself, fork over the money for cabs or public transportation.   more

Getting Around

The whole city just looks smaller on the map - don't be fooled! From the Lincoln Memorial all the way down the Mall to the Train Station is probably about an hour walk. Use the...more

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