Capital Region Holidays, Fly / Self Drives and City Breaks

WVScenicDrives-sjs-0211Just West Virginia – Read the online brochure here
Looking to immerse yourself in rural America, then look no further than the scenic state of West Virginia. Just an hour’s drive from the political heartbeat of Washington, you will find those country roads weaving through mountain backdrops laced with waterfalls, rivers and streams, welcoming guest houses with rocking chairs on porches and so much more … read more »

Capital Region 14 night fly driveCapital Region 14 night fly drive – Read the online brochure here
Hot and happening! That’s what they call America’s Capital Region, which has always been rich in history and the American experience and now is even more interesting with cutting edge culture, wild and wonderful landscapes, fabulous food and wine trails … read more »

Cannon_at_Malvern_Hill_thumbHistoric Eastern Highlights – Read the online brochure here
This is not just an itinerary for those looking to explore the Civil War battlefields and associated history. Discover the beauty of the Shenandoah Mountains, the pristine white sands of Chesapeake Bay, the 18th century charm of Colonial Williamsburg and the capital Washington DC, this itinerary will delight and surprise in equal meaures… read more »

Explore Obama's Backyard Experience

Explore Obama’s Backyard Experience – Read the online brochure here
Start your trip with breakfast at the historic Hay-Adams Hotel, the site of Michelle Obama’s Vogue cover shoot. Next, head to America’s main street, Pennsylvania Avenue, for a stop at the Newseum … read more » 

Capital Overview Experience

Capital Overview Experience – Read the online brochure here
The National Mall, home to many of the magnificent museums of the Smithsonian Institution, is a great place to start your day … read more » 

Insiders, Get to know the Neighbourhoods Experience

Insiders, Get to know the Neighbourhoods Experience – Read the online brochure here
If you’ve been to DC before, or if you want to get to know DC from a local’s point of view, follow this insiders’ tour. Have breakfast in Georgetown, where you’ll find casual bistros and cafes situated on and around M Street and Wisconsin Avenue … read more » 

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