SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flight tickets from Washington DC. Our city guide will help you find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew and passengers.
America's capital wants you to know where you are and the city goes all out to impress in terms of grandeur and size. Drama and scandal bubble under the surface while the streets are abuzz - hip and happening events, museums, restaurants and clubs around every corner.
What's up in Washington DC
No question about it - the one thing to do in Washington is see the museums!
|The celebrity chef |
Fine food is what you desire, give Citronelle a try!
Check this place out. Shop til you drop!
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|Jogging track |
If you are staying in the Georgetown area of Washington and like some exercise, check out the old canal running parallel to M Street only one block away on the south side. Along the canal, there is a dirt road originally used by the horses that once pulled the barges on the canal. The dirt road is closed for cars and superb for jogging or walking. Run westwards and after approximately half a mile you will find yourself in tranquil surroundings, with the canal on one side and woods on the other, stretching down to Potomac River. The road goes on for miles and is used extensively by local joggers.
|Cherry blossoms |
March to April is the right time to be in DC. you can take a walk and enjoy the beautiful flowers on the cherry trees or join the yearly festival.
Washington has a harbor! I didn't know, did you?
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|Copenhagen-Washington DC ||12:20pm-3pm ||Daily |
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|Inhabitants: 5.7 million |
|Language: English |
|Currency: Dollar ($) |
|Time zone: GMT -5 || |
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