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Thanks for joining me on the tour! Our time together will end at the World War II Memorial, and after three miles of walking, you’ll likely be hungry for lunch. The National Mall is, unfortunately, a bit of a restaurant desert. There are no restaurants in the immediate vicinity of our ending spot. However, here…
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Group: Corporate group led by Sammy DParticipants: 45Date and time: April 2, 2019, 5:30pm – 6:30pm Click or tap the link below book this tour. After you complete the registration form you will be redirected to Paypal to checkout. If you don’t want to use a Paypal account click or tap “Pay with debit/credit card”…
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One of the most important decisions during your trip planning is to decide where to stay. You want to pick a place that’s convenient but affordable. You need accommodation that’s safe and comfortable. Is renting an Airbnb apartment a better and cheaper than booking a hotel? Before you book an Airbnb in Washington, DC, here…
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Looking for the Monumental Trivia tour? It’s a seasonal tour that Rob runs during the spring and summer months and unfortunately it’s done for the year. Feel free to check out the private tours available this fall and winter or check back in early 2019 for next season’s availability. Please contact us if you have…
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Looking for things to do during the MLB 2018 All Star Week in Washington, DC? Here are five fun ideas to keep you busy this mid-July. 1. Tour the neighborhood around the ballpark The neighborhood around Nationals Park has seen an incredible transformation since the ballpark opened ten years ago. Sign up for the Trip…
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If you’re planning to attend to a Washington Nationals game, you can get a great deal on tickets if you play your cards right. I have attended over a hundred games at Nationals Park since it opened in 2008 and have a few hacks to share for getting cheap Nationals tickets. I buy on one…
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Many great fast-casual restaurants in Washington, DC accept the LevelUp app for payment. For visitors, it’s a great way to save a little money on your meals. For locals, the reward programs offered through these apps offer solid long-term value. Step 1: Register your email for free credit Use the links below to register your…
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If you’re flying in, the first choice you need to make is which Washington DC airport to use.  There’s a lot that goes into determining the best option. You’ll obviously want to consider how much flights to each airport cost, but you’ll also want to consider if you can get a nonstop flight (vs. one…
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Capital Bikeshare offers single trip ($2), 24-hour ($8) and 3-day ($17) memberships. Use the guide below to help determine which option makes the most sense during your trip to Washington, DC. Do you plan to ride Capital Bikeshare over a period of 3 days? If YES –> Do you plan to take 9 or more trips?…
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About Trip Hacks DC

Trip Hacks DC was founded by Rob, a veteran tour guide in the Nation's Capital.

Everyone wants to get the most out of travel experience; we know that planning a trip can be fun but sometimes stressful. The tips and travel hacks offered here will help you make the most of your trip and avoid missing out on the best things the city has to offer. Our trip planning e-book is the perfect resource for every first-time Washington, DC visitor.

If you're looking for a guided experience once you arrive, Trip Hacks DC specializes in private tours; but has public tours options as well. Visit the Guided Tours section to learn about some of the suggested tours and the trip planning resources section for help preparing for your trip. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!

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