As the seat of the United States government, Washington, DC is home to the White House, the Pentagon, the Lincoln Memorial and so many more iconic monuments and political centers. Fortunately you don’t have to love politics to love DC, because there’s also an incredible mix of cultural, culinary and creative experiences to explore during your time in the capital city.
Spend a few hours at the Smithsonian or Holocaust Museums, grab a famous half smoke sausage at Ben’s Chili Bowl
, wander through the historic Eastern Market, or pick up a locally-produced souvenir at Shop Made in DC
. And as you shift gears for the evening, there’s plenty of dining and music to keep you occupied into the wee hours.
Whether you make reservations at the nation’s oldest continually-operating jazz supper club
or go all out for the pairing menu at José Andres’ two Michelin-starred Minibar
, you’ll discover that for a city steeped in decorum, Washington, DC isn’t quite as stuffy as you might have imagined. Plus you’ll fit right in behind the tinted windows of a vehicle from our luxury fleet.