Washington DC Photo Tour
I WILL PICK YOU UP AND DROP YOU OFF! With your very own photographer to take photos at your request, you’ll explore capital’s most famous locations and capture the experience in beautiful color photographs. If you’re traveling as a couple, you can both be in the picture for a change! We’ll see: The National Mall, Capitol, White House, Washington Monument, Tidal Basin, National Cathedral and the Adams Morgan neighbourhood. Even Georgetown, Old Town Alexandria and the Arlington National Cemetery can be included if time allows.
- Private, personalized guided photo tour of Washington D.C. with your own personal photographer
- Pick up witha luxurious sedan from any airport, cruise port or train station (customize the tour to suit yourself)
- Take home beautiful digital color photographs as a memento of your visit to D.C.
- Customize the time you spend in each location
- Professional digital photos will be delivered to you digitally, no later than 24 hours after the tour with a zip-file (or next day, in person at your hotel)
Accompanied by your own private guide-photographer, you’ll enjoy personalized attention on your special photo tour of Washington D.C. While guiding you around capital’s famous cultural and historic landmarks, me as your personal photographer I’ll capture the best moments of your visit.
This is a city you can walk across, with wide-open avenues, front porches, old neighborhoods and river views. It was designed by a Parisian, Pierre L’Enfant, and it still feels that way. Because buildings cannot by law be higher than the width of the street they front, you can always see the sky. There are more than two dozen free museums, so you can absorb culture the way it was meant to be experienced — in short encounters in the midst of everyday life. As a visitor, there’s a thrill in seeing the action up close – to walk inside the White House, to sit in the Capitol chamber while senators argue about Arctic drilling, and to drink in a bar alongside congresspeople likely determining your newest tax hike over their single-malt Scotch. Washington is the showcase of American arts, home to such prestigious venues as the National Theatre, the Kennedy Center and the Folger Shakespeare Theatre. Jazz music has a storied history here. In the early 20th century, locals such as Duke Ellington climbed on stages along U St NW, where atmospheric clubs still operate.