If you’re visiting Washington D.C., you may want to get the best out of your vacation by going on a tour of the city. The most important being that most of the hard work has already been done for you, that is the places to visit are already hand-picked. Plus you won’t have to drive or walk around, asking random people where everything is. This gives you more time to enjoy the sites, and less time having to squint at a map. So, if you’re in DC, seriously consider going on a guided tour. You can tour D.C. on a bus, a boat, on a bike, or on foot. Here is a list of D.C.’s top ten tours.
Old Town Trolley Tours
People living in Washington D.C are accustomed to seeing the trademark orange and green buses that belong to the Old Town Trolley Tours crisscrossing around town. There’s always a booming voice of a conductor telling stories and giving tidbits of information about the city to enthusiastic sightseers.
The Tour goes through all the important landmarks in D.C. such as the White House and the National Mall, but also traverses prominent neighborhoods such as Adams Morgan and Dupont Circle. The tour company takes pride in being American-owned and American operated with conductors coming from various backgrounds. What’s more, the Old Town Trolley Tours provides a money-back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.
Monuments by Moonlight
Monuments by Moonlight is a great tour which allows sightseers to experience Washington’s most beautiful sites by night. The tour is operated by Old Town Trolley Tours and provides a whole other view of the city.
Tour mobile Sightseeing
Tour Mobile Sightseeing is also another tour company that claims to provide a ride through the city’s past and present by bus. It provides an open-air tram tour of the most prominent landmarks of Washington D.C. It’s also the only tour bus that goes to Arlington Cemetery with all-day free re-boarding.