Book Flights to Washington DC

Visiting Washington DC, America’s iconic national capital, is great fun and a fabulous adventure. With flights to Washington DC arrive in a historic city founded in 1971, which is currently home to US President’s residence White House, the House of Representatives, the Senate, and many memorials and historic landmarks. The country’s capital is a harmonious blend of the ancient and modern.

Book cheap Washington DC air tickets with FlyOfinder right away and visit a fascinating city, which is veritably a treasure house of monuments and museums. Get ready to bear witness to the city’s heritage, it's priceless art and artifacts, and catch a glimpse of the U.S. Constitution closely.

Washington DC is a great place for foodies. You will find restaurants of some of the world’s best chefs in the D.C. area. You will relish delicacies at sushi bars, steak houses, seafood restaurants and Italian restaurants. If that’s not all then think about shaking legs at one of the popular nightclub and disco in the Georgetown area of the city.

Top Attractions in Washington DC

Washington, DC is ready to amaze you with its famous landmarks, monuments, memorials and museums. Visit the National Mall to see major attractions such as the U.S. Capitol, Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial. Seek free entry to the Smithsonian museums and the National Gallery of Art. Make US President’s home White House your next stop during your sightseeing and take selfies at its gates.

Apart from these, there are many other places in the national capital worth exploring. Attractions such as Kennedy Center, Great Falls Park, the Veterans Memorial, Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, the National Zoo, Library of Congress, the National Museum of Health and Medicine, the International Spy Museum, the Jefferson Memorial, the National Archives, and memorials dedicated to the Korean War, World War 2 and the Holocaust are a must-see.

Getting Around Washington DC

Three major airports – Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI) – keep Washington DC well connected with different parts of the United States and other major international destinations. Of the three airports DCA, located in Arlington County, at a distance of nearly 4 miles is the closest airport for reaching downtown Washington and its inner suburbs.

With so much to see and do here, why not contact FlyOfinder right away for booking your Washington DC plane tickets at great discounts and visit this magnificent city at the soonest possible. Enjoy a fun-filled vacation in Washington DC and take back golden memories back home!


Frequently Asked Questions

The months between March and August are the peak season and the best time to take flights to Washington DC. March and April are the busiest time when the three-week-long National Cherry Blossom Festival is held here. Weather-wise, spring and autumn are the best time to book Washington DC plane tickets. These are the time when the weather is most pleasant and warm.

Temperatures during summers generally ranges between 70 F and 80 F, and can sometimes peak to 100 F. The summer months are also very hot and humid. Washington DC is usually cold and snowy during the winter months through March. During early spring the snow conditions or rainfall may prevail.

Most international flights arrive at Washington Dulles International Airport. Washington DC is served by many domestic and international airlines. Major airlines serving the national capital include American Airlines, United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Frontier Airlines, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Lufthansa, Korean Air, Icelandair and Austrian Airlines.

It is usually cheaper to fly into Washington Dulles International Airport as it handles most international flights from around the world. It’s a large airport and fairly easy to navigate. However, many tourists prefer flying into Ronal Reagan Washington National Airport because it is easier to reach Downtown DC, Arlington and the National Mall. Though, it’s not a cheaper option when compared to IAD or BWI.

Consider staying closer to the L'Enfant or Federal Center Metro stations to visit attractions such as the Smithsonian Museums and the National Mall. Georgetown area has affordable accommodations for tourists with varied budget. Dupont Circle is also good for all kinds of travelers, but is mostly preferred by the young and wealthy tourists. Adams Morgan is a historic, charming neighborhood mostly catering to young travelers. Cheap accommodations can also be found in other areas such as Logan Circle, Foggy Bottom, Woodley Park, Downtown DC and Capitol Hill.

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