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Visit the historic hub of the U.S.

Home to the Capitol, the White House, the Smithsonian museums, and a host of national monuments, Washington, DC is a tourist’s dream come true. Stroll down the National Mall, take in the view from the top of the Washington Monument, and enjoy the city’s world-class restaurants.

In this historic yet ever-evolving city, there’s always something new to discover.

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With monuments, museums, and historic buildings around every corner, you’ll have no trouble filling the time when you visit DC.

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The Washington Monument

Built in the 1800s to honor George Washington, the Washington Monument rises 555 feet above the city, and is an iconic symbol of Washington, DC. Be sure to buy a ticket if you want to ride the elevator to the top.

The Smithsonians

Whether you’re a fan of art, history, culture, space, animals, or science, you’ll find something to love at the Smithsonian Museums and Galleries. Don’t miss the National Museum of African American History and Culture: the country’s largest destination for Black history and culture.

Dupont Circle

While you definitely don’t want to miss DC’s iconic sites, there’s also fun to be had in the residential Dupont Circle neighborhood. Full of great restaurants, charming bookstores, and nightlife destinations, it’s also home to the Phillips Collection: an art gallery in a Georgian mansion.

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Mariano S.

Mariano S.

All-Star Host6048 tripsJoined Mar 2015Easy rental process, highly responsive owner.Jess D.- June 20, 2021Great experience for easy day trip to the beach. Clean car, fast efficient response/communication with Mariano. Mariano was there for pick up and return and even helped me not have to circle the block for street parking upon return by taking keys and parking himselfDavid S.- September 30, 2020

Mariano S.’s vehicles

Add car to favoritesNissan Versa 20165.0(117 trips)All-Star Host$50/dayAdd car to favoritesNissan Versa 20125.0(124 trips)All-Star Host$48/dayAdd car to favoritesToyota Camry 20074.5(27 trips)All-Star Host$23/dayAdd car to favoritesNissan Altima 20094.0(7 trips)All-Star Host$45/dayNext item

Kardan C.

Kardan C.

All-Star Host57 tripsJoined Aug 2013Great car as well as costumer service. I would definitely rent this car again.Lawrence K.- September 27, 2021The car was exactly what I needed to get around, easy to park in tight spaces and the host was very responsive. My only “issue” was the air fresheners were a bit too strong for me but otherwise completely satisfied.Nargis F.- October 12, 2021

Kardan C.’s vehicles

Add car to favoritesToyota Corolla 20175.0(7 trips)All-Star Host$40/dayAdd car to favoritesToyota Prius 20145.0(12 trips)All-Star Host$35/dayAdd car to favoritesToyota Corolla iM 20175.0(8 trips)All-Star Host$39/dayAdd car to favoritesToyota Camry 20175.0(2 trips)All-Star Host$44/dayNext item

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Hit the road

Leave the city behind and tap into the DC area’s abundant history. Behind the wheel, you’re free to explore wherever your fancy takes you, whether you’re in the mood for a day trip or a nearby destination. Homes of former presidents like Washington and Jefferson, national cemeteries and battlefields like Arlington and Gettysburg, and historic American cities like family-friendly Williamsburg are all waiting to be discovered.Book the perfect car

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Mount Vernon

13 miles south of Washington is Mount Vernon: George Washington’s beloved Virginian home. Located on the Potomac River, the historic plantation and mansion served as home to Washington and his wife Martha.

Arlington National Cemetery

Just across the Potomac from Washington DC is Arlington National Cemetery — where you can see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, John F. Kennedy’s gravesite, the US Marine Corps War Memorial, and the final resting places of American soldiers from the Civil War onward.

Colonial Williamsburg

Visiting Williamsburg, about two hours south of Washington, DC, is like traveling back in time. The whole town has been designated as a historic area, and as you walk the streets you can expect to see historical reenactments, horse-drawn carriages, and period costumes.

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