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Three things to do in Washington, D.C.

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For the months of April, May and October reach its highest peak in visitors to the DC area. Approximately 1.8 million international visitors traveled to DC in 2011. Top countries of origin include:

  • United Kingdom
  • Germany
  • Australia
  • China
  • Italy
  • Brazil
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Netherlands

April, May and October reach its highest peak in visitors to the DC area.Approximately 1.8 million international visitors traveled to DC in 2011. Top countries of origin include: United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, China, Italy, Brazil, Japan, South Korea and the Netherlands. - See more at: http://washington.org/DC-information/washington-dc-fact-sheet#sthash.WmB...

Approximately 1.8 million international visitors traveled to DC in 2011. Top countries of origin include: United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, China, Italy, Brazil, Japan, South Korea and the Netherlands. - See more at: http://washington.org/DC-information/washington-dc-fact-sheet#sthash.WmB... 1.8 million international visitors traveled to DC in 2011, according to the city's visitor's & convention bureau. The top international countries include:

Visit the International Spy Museum

Inundated with information, tourists and visitors can walk with overwhelm with trivia and tidbit factoids about the spy industry. It is an ideal museum for all ages. Individuals and family groups will enjoy the entertainment value and the sneaky way the museum attempts to teach history of world wars.

The history of wars including the Cold War, American Revolution and World War I and II walks the international visitors through a timelines, notable spys and gadgets used during these historic events of the U.S.

At the end of the museum, a showcase of James Bond's infamous villains and criminals are highlighted with costumes, poster boards and life-size mannequins.

Stroll around the Golden Triangle Business District

Stroll, shop or dine in 600 retailers, restaurants, bars and pubs in this business district.

www.goldentriangledc.com/

Sign up for a tour with DC Insider Tours.

It's a good way to spend a morning or afternoon. Tours allow visitors to cover a lot of ground in a short time frame. DC Insider Tours is one of numerous tour companies designed for international visitors and out-of-town guests. Behind-the-scenes stories are ideal for those who enjoy the gossip and glitter of politics.

www.dcinsidertours.com

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