Weekend Getaways from Washington D.C


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If you're looking for top-rated weekend getaways from Washington, D.C., this guide can help. Trains connect Washington, D.C. to the Northeast and New England. In this guide, we will discuss possible road trips, train rides, and flights

New York City​

Any list of weekend getaways from Washington, D.C., should, in our opinion, begin with New York City. New York City is a popular weekend getaway from Washington, D.C. You can begin your journey with Amtrak's Acela Express train, which departs from Washington's Union Station. It will take you three hours to get to Penn Station in Manhattan. There are many things to do in New York.

Ocean City, New Jersey​

Ocean City, New Jersey is the best family-friendly beach destination and one of the best weekend getaways from Washington, D.C. It will take three hours to get there from Washington, D.C. Ocean City was founded as a church retreat location 100 years ago. We already mentioned that this is a family-friendly getaway. Many businesses close on Sundays to allow visitors to spend time with their families, and no alcohol is sold anywhere in the city.

Annapolis, Maryland
Annapolis, Maryland's capital city, is a popular weekend getaway from Washington, D.C. It will take about an hour to get there from Washington, D.C. The city has a plethora of museums, shops, and fresh seafood. It also houses the United States Naval Academy. The Annapolis Waterfront Hotel, the city's only waterfront hotel, is where we recommend you stay. The harbor is visible from some of the hotel's suites and rooms.
One of the most picturesque states in the union is Washington. It's a paradise for nature lovers, with immaculate beaches, magnificent mountains, and lush woods enhancing the attractiveness of its breathtaking scenery. In addition to this, it has a large number of vibrant cities like Seattle or Tacoma that provide tourists with intriguing activities and tourist attractions.

The Olympic National Park is worth visiting.
Observe the whales swimming in the San Juan Islands' waters.
Visit North Cascades National Park and camp there.
Palouse Falls State Park should be investigated.
From the Space Needle, take in the sweeping vistas.
Enjoy some peace and quiet at Snoqualmie Falls.
At Lake Chelan, observe the sky as it turns a variety of pink and orange hues.
The North Cascades Scenic Highway should be travelled.