Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. Travel Guide

Articles about Washington, D.C.

By Katrina Brown Hunt

Which cities show the most eco-friendly pride? In honor of Earth Day, T+L readers separate the composters from the posers to determine America’s greenest cities.

By Sylvie Bigar

America's favorite French chef looks back on his life-defining travels.

By Farhad Heydari

Nail-biting landings and harrowing takeoffs—buckle up when you fly into these airports.

By Jenny Adams

From coast to coast, these are the tearooms taking artisanal brewing to new levels.

Hot Spring Escape in Bath County
Historic hot springs bring fizz to this retreat in the countryside of Virginia’s Bath County.
By Andrea Bennett
It’s rare that anyone actually enjoys being in airports these days, but if you’re obliged to wait out, say, a seven-hour layover, you’ll likely find it far more pleasant to do so overseas than in some bleak U.S. terminal. Consider your options abr...

Hotels in Washington, D.C.

The all-suites hotel on a quiet street touts such special touches as full-size kitchens, coffee grinders and Potomac River views.

Restaurants in Washington, D.C.

The French restaurant serves the best-of bistro cuisine: braised rabbit leg, calf liver, cassoulet, and hanger steak. Dine inside on Gallic country-style wooden tables or outdoors a la Paris cafe.

Things to do in Washington, D.C.

Three times a weekday, the U.S. State Department runs free tours of the tastefully decorated chambers used to welcome visiting foreign dignitaries.