The holiday season is upon us, and if you’re on the hunt for the perfect gift for that travel-obsessed friend or family member in your life, look no further. We’ve found some of the most practical, stylish, and innovative gifts that any globetrotter would be thrilled to unwrap. From superior luggage to cozy apparel, these gifts will make their next adventure even more enjoyable.
It’s that time of year when the national capital area hosts spectacle light displays that truly capture the joy and wonder of the season. From enchanting displays at well-loved landmarks to twinkling neighborhood streets, there’s something to delight everyone. So, brace the winter chill, warm up with a delicious hot cocoa, and embark on a magical journey through the most captivating holiday light displays in the DMV area. Here’s our list of the absolute must-see illuminations to make your holiday season unforgettable.
DC Cocktail Week 2023, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), returns from Tuesday, Nov. 28, through Tuesday, Dec. 5.
As we approach the holiday season, the nation’s capital is brimming with festive cheer and a host of shows that promise to make your holidays nothing short of magical. From theatrical performances and concerts to acrobatic spectacles, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
As we approach the season of gratitude and togetherness, many DC restaurants are preparing to serve up memorable Thanksgiving meals. Whether you’re a local or a visitor looking to avoid the kitchen this holiday season, here are five restaurants offering Thanksgiving menus with reservations still available.
This year’s Downtown Holiday Market returns for its 19th year starting Friday, Nov. 17, through Saturday, Dec. 23. Smithsonian American Art Museum. This year, visitors can enjoy a new lineup of entertainment, more than 70 exhibitors, food vendors, and festive decor and lights throughout the season.
Based on extensive customer research and in an effort to better meet customer needs, Amtrak has introduced a new, simplified fare structure with more flexible and affordable options. The simpler fare structure builds on other recent improvements Amtrak has made to the booking experience.
The most common thing that slows down a traveler at a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint is having a prohibited item in a carry-on bag, and with passenger volume nationwide exceeding pre-pandemic levels and with recent checkpoint volume often topping 2.5 million travelers per day, it is even more important for travelers to “Know Before You Go” by knowing the contents of their carry-on bags and ensuring that everything packed inside is permitted to be carried onto a flight.