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Washington DC is one of the most important capitals in the world. It may not be as large as other capital cities, but it's still exciting and thrilling when it comes to visiting this magnificent city. It is an excellent place to learn about US history by visiting museums and Congress.
Most of the museums are in the central area. The Library of Congress is the biggest library in the world today. It had a humble beginning, back in 1800, when important documents were moved from Philadelphia to Washington DC, which marks the beginning of the new age. Visitors don’t have to be scientists or have excessive knowledge to be fascinated by the National Air and Space Museum. Part of the Smithsonian Institution, the National Air and Space Museum offer many activities for kids.
Public transport is the most efficient way to get around the city, without a doubt. WMATA (Washington Metro Area Transit Authority) governs the train and bus transportation in Washington.
Also known as Metro, the train system had several expansions that improved the service. The Metro stations are recognisable by the black pole with coloured stripes and distinctive “M” marking. Since Metro calculates fare based on how far you travel there’s no set rate and the cost is variable. You should also be aware that the WMATA has "peak" and "off-peak" prices, so it will be more expensive to travel during rush hour.
Union Station is the primary intercity bus terminus. This station serves more than 70 000 passengers per day.
The Washington taxi service is a fast way to reach different locations in the city. Metered taxis can take you directly to your destination at any time.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is a domestic airport closest to the city. It's situated across the Potomac River and primarily handles domestic flights. Airport shuttle connects the three terminals and serves the Metro station and parking areas.
The Metrorail system serves the Ronald Reagan Airport and the trains depart from the airport station to different locations throughout Washington, Virginia and Maryland. Shared airport transfer and Washington airport taxis are available, as well.
Book a private transfer from Ronald Reagan Washington Airport to Washington DC and enjoy a stress-free start of your journey in the most beautiful capital in the world. Private Washington airport taxis are one of the most cost-effective options available 24 hours a day. They will take you to your hotel or desired address with ease. Select your vehicle, and off you go. The price for a private taxi from Ronald Reagan Washington Airport to Washington is 89 USD for two passengers.
Most international flights arrive and depart from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD), 42 km west of the District in Fairfax and Loudoun counties in Virginia. The main terminal itself is a well-known landmark. In addition to the main terminal, two satellite terminals handle the passenger traffic.
Fairfax Connector routes 981 and 983 run from Dulles Airport to several locations in Washington. The Express Metrobus 5A operates from the airport to few metro stations across the city where you can change to the metro. To reach the Wiehle – Reston East Metro station from the airport, you can take the Flyer's Silver Line Express bus.
Sometimes the heavy traffic can be a problem, so our experienced drivers will step into the game and take you to your destination fast and easy. By booking a private transfer from Washington Dulles Airport, you will receive an all-inclusive, personalised service. The taxi fare from Washington Dulles Airport to the city centre is 113 USD for two passengers.
Baltimore Washington Airport (BWI) is in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, around 51 km from Washington DC. It is the busiest airport in Maryland in terms of passenger traffic. The airport serves Baltimore and Washington city areas.
BWI Express Metro buses depart every 60 minutes from the airport to the Greenbelt Metro Station. Light rail and bus services run from Baltimore Washington Airport to different locations in Baltimore. Shuttle buses, airport taxis and private Washington airport transfer services are available, as well. The cost for a private taxi from Baltimore Washington Airport to Washington starts from 96 USD, one way.