With a vibrancy to echo New York, Washington DC is home to some of the most important historical landmarks in the United States. Offering a truly spectacular sight in spring - when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom - the country’s capital is also teeming with cultural activities, most of which are showcased in the Folger Theatre, National Theatre or even the Kennedy Center. With jazz music firmly anchored in the capital’s history, Washington DC is also one of the rare places that still offers atmospheric clubs. Because it is essentially the political hub of the United States, Washington DC offers the perfect destination for fans of culture and history. In one day, you can admire the Declaration of Independence, check out Ford’s Theatre where Lincoln was assassinated or even stand exactly where the iconic ‘I have a dream’ speech was made.