Washington VS Arlington - Two Cities, Hundreds Wonders
Washington is a monumental city where you’ll find statues, plaques, and simple blocks of marble honoring the generals, artists, and statesmen who helped shape the nation. Nothing can be compared to its magnificent sights like the Smithsonian Institution, a collection of 19 behemoth, artifact-stuffed museums, many lined up in a row along the Mall. If you have time - and you've got to have plenty of it when visiting Washington! -visit National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of Natural History, National Museum of American History, Freer-Sackler Museums of Asian Art. Washington’s monuments bear tribute to both the beauty and the horror of American history. They’re unique symbols of the American narrative, from the Lincoln Memorial to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial or the stirring Martin Luther King Jr Memorial. As for Arlington, an urban county in Virginia, it is located directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. Many people come to Arlington as part of a trip to Washington, D.C. Besides, Arlington itself is home to a number of destinations including Arlington National Cemetery, Iwo Jima Marine Corps War Memorial, Pentagon, DEA Museum and Visitors Center, Theodore Roosevelt Island and lots of other amazing sights. Don't miss the chance to visit these places!
A walking travel tour around Washington DC as well as Arlington VA.