What To Expect On Your First Trip To Washington, D.C.

What To Expect On Your First Trip To Washington, D.C.

Despite your optimism that your trip to Washington, D.C. is going to be amazing, you can’t help but feel a little apprehensive about your first trip!

You’ve heard it being mentioned countless times in movies and TV shows, and seen its scenery and cityscape plenty of times on screen to know of its beauty. But despite its importance, is Washington, D.C. really all it’s cracked up to be?

We asked our resident Cubber in Washington, D.C. what first-time visitors should expect from the district!

– The White House is Not a Free-For-All Show

In fact, if you’re thinking about visiting the White House, plan well in advance—more than 21 days in advance, just to be safe. Keep in mind that a lot of people would want to visit the People’s House. So, you might not have much luck than getting a few photos from far away if you decide to make an impromptu visit.

– You Will Not be Able to Tour the Whole City in a Few Days

Just take the Mall as an example. A lot bigger than what you saw in “Forrest Gump,” the Mall is actually a two-mile stretch of road that’s home to some of the most interesting museums and monuments in the country. Visiting the Mall will take a day or two.

– Your Feet Will Be Tired

What To Expect On Your First Trip To Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is probably the best city to visit if you love walking. With plenty of districts and neighborhoods to visit, you will not get your fill of the place, and will feel tired sooner or later. Ergo, the need for comfortable shoes, so they don’t become sore at the end of your trip!

– Hotels Will be Expensive

It’s an important city that receives its fair share of visitors from all over the world. Of course, the hotels there will be expensive! Now, if you have friends or family living there, it may help you stay within your budget if you can stay with them. However, if you decide to go with Airbnb or even a hostel, it might just be better to leave your luggage with a Cubber and just spend the night there, so you know your possessions are safe and sound. Your Cubber might even recommend a place to stay!

– You’ll Have a Great Time

Washington, D.C. is perhaps the best place to visit if you truly want to see America at its finest. Culturally diverse, beautiful and accepting of all, Washington, D.C. offers a glimpse into all cultures and ideologies, all in one place, and living in harmony. So, even if you don’t go for the sites, you’ll still come out feeling like a proud American for all that the country stands for!

Conclusion

Excited for your visit to the Capital?

Make those last minute adjustments to your schedule, add some extra pairs of sneakers to your luggage and book a luggage storage service in Washington, D.C. to make your life a little easier.

Cubby offers services in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Galveston, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Boston and San Antonio, TX.

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