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Bus / Tours, Washington D.C.: 43 reviews and 53 photos

  TOURMOBILE SIGHTSEENG TICKET OFFICE
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  • TOURMOBILE SIGHTSEENG TICKET OFFICE - Washington D.C.
      TOURMOBILE SIGHTSEENG TICKET OFFICE
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  • OFFER OF THE TOURMOBILE SIGHTSEENG - Washington D.C.
      OFFER OF THE TOURMOBILE SIGHTSEENG
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  • GRAY LINE BUS BY THE WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL - Washington D.C.
      GRAY LINE BUS BY THE WASHINGTON CATHEDRAL
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  • OLD TOWN TROLLEY - Washington D.C.
      OLD TOWN TROLLEY
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  • DC DUCKS TOUR (AMPHIBIAN FROM 1942) - Washington D.C.
      DC DUCKS TOUR (AMPHIBIAN FROM 1942)
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I've visited Washington, DC + Arlington, Virginia on foot, by metro + metrobus and I've driven a hired car. It's likely that I would have taken a bus tour if I hadn't hired a car. I have seen buses run by a few companies. Let me say about:

1. Tourmobile Sightseeing - I've seen their buses in Arlington Cemetery and in downtown DC, they run a ticket office in a kiosk put down the Lincoln Memorial; open my next picture to see details - I'd choose Washington and Arlington Cemetery Tour (21 stops in DC + 4 in the Arlington Cemetery) for $20.

2. Gray Line Tours - they are more expensive than Tourmobile Sightseeing (9 hours tour cost $45).

3. Old Town Trolley - I'd choose narrated tour of Washington DC with free reboarding (12 stops) for $28 or DC Ducks Tour across downtown + the Potomac River cruise, all on an road-river vehicle (amphibian) - hmm... it cost $58 for only 90 minutes.

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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