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From NYC: Spanish Language Day Trip to Washington DC

1. From NYC: Spanish Language Day Trip to Washington DC

Journey from NYC to Washington on a full-day trip to see the sights of the nation’s capital with a Spanish-speaking guide. Visit the most important monuments, memorials and buildings you’ll recognize from TV and films. Head down South from NYC in a comfortable air-conditioned bus, passing through New Jersey and Delaware, with a stop in Delaware to stretch your legs and use the restrooms. Continue on past Maryland until Arlington, Virginia. The tour starts properly at Arlington National Ceremony, where the tour guide will take you to Kennedy’s grave and explore with you the lush grounds. Then, head to the Iwo Jima memorial, with time to take photos. During the whole journey, your guide will tell you interesting facts about the city.   Next, head to Washington DC across the Potomac River. Pass along Constitution Avenue where you’ll see the State Department, the Institute of Peace, and the Albert Einstein Memorial. Go to the National Mall and walk with your guide to places that have been featured in movies and TV series. See the Korean War Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Vietnam War Memorial. You’ll recognize the Reflecting Pool from Forrest Gump. You’ll also see the most-visited monument in the city, the World War II Memorial.   Back on the bus, you’ll continue to view offices of important organizations such as the Organization of American States, the American Red Cross, and the Treasury Department until you finally reach the White House. Take some time to take pictures in the gardens before continuing on to see the FBI buildings, the National Archives, and more. Your final stop will be the Air and Space Museum, where you’ll have some free time to visit the exhibits, have lunch, and take photos of the Capitol Building. On the way back to NYC, you’ll be treated to a night-time panoramic view of NYC from New Jersey. 

DC: Monuments Tour with Optional Arlington National Cemetery

2. DC: Monuments Tour with Optional Arlington National Cemetery

Make the most of your visit to Washington, DC with this morning tour. Take in the most important and iconic monuments of the nation's capital.  If you are pressed for time, you can book the option without the morning visit to Arlington National Cemetery. Enjoy a 3-hour comprehensive tour of the city's most important monuments, meeting the tour guide in downtown Washington DC. Your journey ends around 1:30 PM at the Lincoln Memorial, which is convenient to reach the National Mall, Georgetown, Foggy Bottom, the Kennedy Center, and more. If you choose the Arlington National Cemetery option, your morning will start with a 2-hour walk through this solemn site with an expert guide. in the cemetery, you will have the opportunity to visit John F. Kennedy's grave and see the Eternal Flame lit by Jackie Kennedy over 50 years ago. Then you will continue along to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers and witness the Changing of the Guard, a long-running ceremony.  Once done with your Arlington Tour, you will be picked up and taken to Downtown Washington, DC to start the next portion of your tour. You will visit many of the top sights of the city including the White House and Lincoln Memorial, with an air-conditioned coach bus to take you from one sight to the next. See the entire National Mall from the bus, learning about Washington and its history, then step out at select locations for a guided walk through the memorials. On this 5-hour tour you will see all of DC's most important sites and understand their significance.

DC Highlights with Entry to Arlington National Cemetery

3. DC Highlights with Entry to Arlington National Cemetery

Experience Washington DC and Arlington, Virginia on this 6-hour tour. Start your tour at the U.S. Navy Memorial with your personal guide and visit DC’s most famous landmarks and monuments with 10 to 15 minutes at each stop.    Visit the grounds of the U.S. Capitol Building and the White House and make stops at the Vietnam Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, World War II Memorial, and Martin Luther King Memorial. In addition, experience a narrated trolley tour of Arlington National Cemetery. The tour of Arlington National Cemetery includes weekday stops near the Ord and Weitzel Gate to see President John F. Kennedy’s grave site, the U.S. Coast Guard Memorial, the U.S. Army Gen. John J. Pershing's grave site, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the Arlington House. Weekend service includes stops near Sections 55 and 60, as well as the September 11th Memorial. The tour ends at Arlington National Cemetery.  

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What people are saying about District of Columbia War Memorial

The experience was great. The surprise when we finished was better, hey stopped to show us Manhattan in the night, the best views! The experience worth it and you have time to see the most important of Washington. Harold the guide was friendly and new a lot about history. I would repeat again.

Nuestro guía Harold fue increíble, nos explicó todo súper bien y hizo el viaje muy ameno. Tuvimos suficiente tiempo para ver todo y para fotografíar todos los sitios. Recomiendo mucho este tour.

El guia es excelente, muy servicial , profesional, atento , y explicó cada esquina de la cuidad , fue excelente, lo recomiendo 1000% .

The tour was really well done. We enjoyed every bit of it!!! We would do it again!!!

Fue una experiencia increíble. Harold (el guía) es todo un amor.