Recorridos a pie en Washington, DC

Washington, DC, is one of the most appropriate cities to walk in the United States. There is a story to tell in each avenue, each curve of the road, each passage.

World War II Memorial at night, Washington, DC
World War II Memorial
Georgetown waterfront, Washington, DC
El Puerto de Georgetown (Foto cortesía Washington.org)
Adams Morgan neighbourhood, Washington, DC
El barrio de Adams Morgan (Foto cortesía Washington.org)
Embassy Row, Washington, DC
Embassy Row
Ben's Chili Bowl, Washington, DC
Ben's Chili Bowl, restaurante histórico en la Calle U (Foto cortesía Washington.org)
World War II Memorial at night, Washington, DC
Georgetown waterfront, Washington, DC
Adams Morgan neighbourhood, Washington, DC
Embassy Row, Washington, DC
Ben's Chili Bowl, Washington, DC

If you prefer to go at your own pace

try the " Cultural Tourism DC Neighborhood Heritage Trail, " a system of self-guided walking routes that are marked with illustrated posters that tell stories of Washington's historic neighborhoods, among the self-guided trails you can choose from are:

A Self-Reliant People: Greater Deanwood Heritage Trail
Discover - or see with new eyes - this traditional African American enclave in the far northeast.

Battleground to Community: Brightwood Heritage Trail
Consents to that Civil War fan who is inside one of the first communities in the city. Brightwood, and see the only place where a Civil War battle took place within the District of Columbia.

City Within a City: Greater U Street Heritage Trail
Visit the neighborhood of U Street, where a significant African American community flourished in the early 20th century.

Civil War to Civil Rights: Downtown Heritage Trail
This trail focuses on Washington's experiences during the Civil War, as well as the ongoing challenge of realizing the American dream of equal rights for all citizens.

Roads to Diversity: Adams Morgan Heritage Trail
Explore the Adams Morgan neighborhood, a vibrant community of immigrants, artists, activists and entrepreneurs.

Tour of Duty: Barracks Row Heritage Trail
Learn about the rich political and military history of the Capitol Hills barracks.

Village in the City: Mount Pleasant Heritage Trail
Discover a neighborhood known for its cultural diversity and the charm of its streets.

Midcity at the Crossroads: Shaw Heritage Trail
The Shaw Neighborhood is one of the oldest in the city and there you will find traces of almost all the groups that have called home to Washington, DC.

River Farms to Urban Towers: Southwest Heritage Trail
Meet a DC community that began as a small village in Maryland, around the Tennally Taverna, years before George Washington chose the site for the capital of the country.

Lift Every Voice: Georgia Ave./Pleasant Plains Heritage Trail
Relive the days of the Howard Theater, where musicians and entrepreneurs, shopkeepers and barbers, intellectuals and activists built a thriving community on one of the oldest streets in Washington.

Do you prefer a guided tour?

There are many guided walking tours available with Washington Walks. Choose between:

Memorials By Moonlight
Two nocturnal encounters with the memorials of the National Mall.

The Most Haunted Houses
Highlights at Octagon, DC's house with the most ghosts.

Embassy Row
Delight in the architecture and social history of one of Washington's most beautiful avenues.

Georgetown
The most famous neighborhood in Washington, known for its shopping, cuisine, nightlife and the footprint of the Kennedys.

Free walking tours of Washington are available at DC by Foot.

These tours are free and informative, making the story fun for everyone, regardless of whether they choose to tour the National Mall, the Arlington Cemetery or the site where President Lincoln was murdered.

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