5/5 - Excellent
Verified traveller6 Oct. 2019
Nice ppl around and close to Washington DC
Just across the river from Washington, D.C., this urban county is known for its giant military cemetery and memorials.
Arlington offers convenient access to the nation's capital while radiating its own unique cultural identity. This northwest Virginia county is noted for its historical significance, diverse attractions and central location.
Arlington is composed of nine urban villages, each with small-town appeal. Enjoy local cuisine in Clarendon, a neighborhood famous for its eateries, or exciting nightlife in Crystal City, Arlington’s downtown area. Columbia Pike features the county’s largest concentration of ethnic restaurants. Pentagon City is ideal for a shopping spree and Rosslyn offers unparalleled views of the Washington, D.C. monuments.
Plan a visit to Arlington Cemetery, the final resting place of more than 400,000 servicemen and women. As you walk through the picturesque 624 acres (252.5 hectares), look for the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a monument dedicated to the nameless men and women who died fighting for the United States.
View the US Marine Corps War Memorial at the northern end of the cemetery. Erected to honor Marines who have given their lives in the defense of the U.S since 1775, it is one of the area’s most popular attractions. At the southern tip of Arlington Cemetery, see the Air Force Memorial, a towering structure honoring the service and sacrifice of the men and women of the U.S. Air Force.
Take a guided tour of the Pentagon for a unique glimpse into the headquarters of the Department of Defense. Make your reservations at least two weeks in advance.
Known for its bike-friendly transportation system, Arlington and the surrounding area offer 50 miles (80.5 kilometers) of off-road trails. Take the family on the city’s self-guided biking tour to learn more about the region’s history.
Washington, D.C. is easily reachable by car, bike or metro. Dulles International Airport is 22 miles (35.4 kilometers) from Arlington with convenient access via the metro.
With rich historical significance and a diverse cultural atmosphere, Arlington is well worth a visit if you are planning a trip to the nation’s capital.
Reviewed on 11 Nov. 2019
Reviewed on 12 Nov. 2019
Less a sight to be seen, more a journey to take, through the loss, valour and service of the US armed forces over a century-and-a-half of conflicts.
Don’t miss this poignant site, also known as the Iwo Jima Memorial, honoring all members of the Marine Corps who died defending the United States.
Travel over the Potomac to Arlington, Virginia to walk among the sober gardens and clean white gravestones in the 600-acre (242-ha) Arlington National Cemetery. Explore the reverent monuments and memorials of this hallowed ground on a convenient trolley that takes you to the cemetery's major sites.
Jump on a double-decker bus to explore Washington, D.C. at your leisure. As the authorized concessionaire of the National Park Service, this is the official tour of the National Mall and an ideal way to explore the Nation’s Capital.
Stroll the grounds of Arlington National Cemetery, where thousands of simple white gravestones commemorate the dead. Visit JFK’s burial place, watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony, and then head to D.C. to visit the major landmarks including the Lincoln Memorial, the White House, and more.
Take this 5 to 5 hour Semi-Private guided combo tour, which welcomes no more than 8 guests, that gives a comprehensive overview of essential Americana. Visit both the Arlington National Cemetery and the National Museum of American History to get the most out of your trip to DC with one of our delightfully enthusiastic guides.
On this Private Tour, Learn about the more famous tombs of President John F. Kennedy, soldier Audie Murphy, and military genius General William Sheridan on this intimate group tour. We’ll even explore a few less known graves, like that of famed boxer Joe Louis.
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Verified traveller13 Mar. 2019
Whole foods market is a great place to eat & stock up on food,
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