Museums and monuments
Flights to Washington, D.C.
Get acquainted with the history of the United States of America and enjoy exploring this great capital. WOW air offers cheap flights to and from Washington, D.C. every day of the week, all year round.
History, culture and cool fun
History is being made and stored in the capital of the United States of America, Washington D.C. Famous for it's White House, the Lincoln Memorial and other historically important places this beautiful city also has great restaurants, enjoyable shopping districts and a vibrant night life. Check out more awesome things to do and see in Washington, D.C.
Washingtonian winters are considered somewhat cold with the average temperature of 3°C but during the summer they crank up the heat and keep it well above 20°C so you'd better pack your sunscreen before you go.
Like the rest of Americans the people of Washington, D.C. use American Dollars to pay for things and you can have great fun learning the names and faces on the bills.
WOW air will fly to BWI, Baltimore Washington International, so you can also check out the sights in the city of Baltimore, one of the greatest seaports in the U.S. since the 19thcentury. BWI is approximately 30 miles north of Washington D.C. and from there trains will get you quickly to your destination.
America's awesome attic
Washington D.C. is without doubt a dream come true for every history buff out there. If you've seen more than one Hollywood movie chances are you already know all the famous places around the city as it is one of the more popular locations for political plots, both on the screen and off.
With such a vast number of magnificent buildings and monuments to see you'd better have a change of batteries for your camera. Washington is a big city and the best way to get around town is by walking the National Mall and catching some of the most popular sights in just one lovely stroll. The area consists of gardens, trees, monuments and fountains reaching over 1,000 acres from the United States Capitol to the Potomac River.
The world's biggest museum, The Smithsonian, was founded in Washington in 1846 and has since fascinated visitors of all ages. The museum is often nicknamed “America's attic” and stores over 137 million valuable items. Admissions to the Smithsonian museums is free of charge so everyone has an equal opportunity to catch glimpse of American history and culture.
To step out of the box just a little while in Washington we recommend kayaking at the Kay Bridge Boathouse or putting among miniature models of Washington's historic places at the H Street Country Club miniature golf course. The marines' marching at sunset, in front of the Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima statue) is one of those unforgettable experiences you can have in Washington. Go shopping in Georgetown and check if there's an interesting event at the Kennedy Center. Welcome to Washington.