True to its name, DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Washington, DC, covers all the city's major sights and attractions in easy-to-use "top 10" lists that help you plan the vacation that's right for you.
This newly updated pocket travel guide for Washington, DC, will lead you straight to the best attractions the city has to offer, from touring the US Capitol Building and scaling the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to touching the moon rock on display at the National Air and Space Museum and visiting the giant pandas at the National Zoo.
Discover DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Washington, DC.• Itineraries help you plan your trip.
DK's famous full-color photography and museum floor plans, along with just the right amount of coverage of the city's history and culture, provide inspiration as you explore. A free pull-out city map is marked with sights from the guidebook and includes a street index and a metro map.
The perfect pocket-size travel companion: DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Top 10 Washington, DC.
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