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Make no mistake, Washington, D.C., has a lot going for it. The capital city boasts distinct neighborhoods, an efficient public transit system, and several well-respected universities. Plus, D.C. offers a wealth of entertainment and recreation opportunities. Whether you want to stroll through a world-famous museum, enjoy a jazz festival at the National Mall, or kayak down the Potomac River, Washington, D.C., won’t disappoint.

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Big cities and outdoor activities don’t usually go hand-in-hand, but Washington, D.C., is not your typical big city. Tucked into the District’s neighborhoods you’ll find everything from community gardens to playgrounds and dog parks. When you want to get out and explore, the historic Chesapeake & Ohio Canal is just one of your many options. After a few hours of biking, hiking, or paddling, fuel up at nearby eateries like Dickerson Market or Blue Moon Cafe. If you prefer to relax while taking in the great outdoors, grab a book and head to the Gardens at Dumbarton Oaks or the National Arboretum. From active to passive recreation, Washington, D.C., has the outdoor activity you’re looking for.

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Washington, D.C., is truly an international melting pot. You’ll find a diverse assortment of people, cultures, and mindsets in D.C., which makes living here interesting and exciting. Thanks in part to D.C.’s diverse population, the city offers a wide variety of restaurants, shopping, and entertainment.

Whether you want to dine at an iconic D.C. restaurant like the Old Ebbitt Grill or try an up-and-coming eatery like Due South, you’ll have no problem satisfying your hunger in Washington. Consider wrapping up the night at The Gin Joint, The Black Squirrel, or Vinoteca, where you’ll sample some of the city’s best refreshments. When it comes to shopping, D.C. is also hard to top. If you’re searching for local farm-fresh produce, handmade crafts, or antiques, take the metro to the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood and wander through its famous Eastern Market. If you’d rather peruse high-end retail stores and charming boutiques, head to Georgetown – one of the city’s premier shopping destinations.

Washington, D.C., offers entertainment for everyone. Sports fans can catch the Wizards at the Verizon Center or cheer on the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park. If the performing arts are more your idea of a good time, take in a first-class show at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts or head to a local playhouse and discover a rising star.

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