There are many beautiful tourist spots in Washington DC like the White House, the National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, and many more. Definitely, there are many things to see in the US capital city, which make tours of Washington DC an unforgettable experience. Given below is a guide to 5 of the most beautiful towns in DC that you must explore during your tours.
Leavenworth is a small town located in the Cascade Mountains. This town is a Bavarian-inspired village, and you can see many storefronts built in Bavarian-style here. The ambiance of this village is just amazing. Regardless of the season, you can enjoy participating in festivals, taste authentic German cuisine, and have outdoor adventures like skiing, hiking, and mountain biking in Leavenworth.
This is a picturesque town located on the Olympic Peninsula. In this town, you can walk along the historic district, see the beautiful Victorian mansions, and have a look at the old buildings. There are many good restaurants, galleries, and many shops too. What’s more, Port Townsend hosts many events throughout the year at the Key City Public Theater, like the Victorian festival, theatrical productions, etc.
Walla Walla is a large town known for its beauty, with many trees lined along the streets. There are many historical buildings in the downtown area, and you can stroll through the streets, while enjoying a good coffee, and shopping at the shops. There are also hundreds of wineries in this place with many tasting rooms. In Walla Walla, you can take walking tours like Public Art Walk, and the Historic Home Walks, etc.
Winthrop is a town located in the Methow Valley. There are many western storefronts here; you can go through the galleries, shops, and restaurants for a magical experience. In fact, it is the best place for winter as well as summer activities. This town even has a 120-mile skiing trail, which is the longest in the country. Many events are also held here throughout the year, such as the Blues festival and the amazing Balloon Roundup.
Prosser is a village located at the base of the Yakima Valley, often referred to as the ‘birthplace of the Washington wine industry.’ In the downtown area, you can wander along the sidewalks illuminated by beautiful old style light poles and soak in the beauty of the rustic ambiance. Else, shop for gifts, have tasty food, tour the historic homes, visit the vineyards, etc. For more adventure, take part in the activities like kayaking and canoeing.