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Full Day Tour in Virginia 

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Tour Overview

Enjoy a full day tour visiting the top attractions of Virginia, start with the national Arlington cemetery our hero’s resting place and drive to mount Vernon the house of the nation’s father Gorge Washington in between will be visits to Iow Joma, pentagon and air force memorial passing through Alexandria old town.


# Tour Details 

Type :  Small Group Tours / Private Tours 

Duration : 8 Hours     

Run : Everyday     

Pick-up Time  from Herndon : 7 : 30 Am 

Pick-up Time  from  Washington D.C :   8:30 

Herndon Pick Up Location : (Hamilton Crowne Plaza Parking Area ) 2200 Centreville Rd,Herndon VA 20170 

D.C Pick Up Location :  ( The Wink Hotel) 1143 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20037, USA .

# Prices :

  • Booking From Herndon or Virginia 80.00  USD  / Child  50.00 USD

  • Booking From  Washington D.C 60.00 USD / Child is 40.00 USD 

# Tour Stops :  Arlington Cemetery - Mount vernon - Pentgon memorial - Iow Jima memorial .

# Tour Drive By : FBI Building -Trump International Hotel - The Willard hotel - Lobbyist offices in 14 and K - Washington monument - World war II memorial - World War I memorial , and much more

What's included?

  • All taxes, fees and handling charges

  • Professional live guide


  • Gratuities

Departure & Return

Start your tour with your driver guide from your hotel 7:30 am drive to Arlington Cemetery Where the American heroes are buried. These are heroes who have fought for dignity of the American flag during the world wars, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq and many other combat zones that have recorded American casualties. The cemetery is the largest in the Country with burial every week days. There are close to 300.000 deaths buried in the Arlington Cemetery. The cemetery is partly run by the military as well as the Park services.

After visiting the Arlington National Cemetery, we will move to the air force memorial located in a very strategic location between Virginia and Washington DC commemorating those who served in the air force, After the air force memorial we will drive to the pentagon memorial built for those who lost their life in Sep 11, 2001 terrorist attack.

After The pentagon memorial, will be a free time for lunch at the pentagon city mall.

After lunch we will start our journey to mount Vernon where Gorge Washington lived with his family before building the white house, enjoy a guided tour in the fathers of the nation house and come back through the old town of Alexandria, in your way back to your hotel stop for photos by the Iowa Jima memorial.

Arlington Cemetery is the national cemetery ?

Arlington was not even a well known National Cemetery (there are 147 of them in the USA, 19 of them in Virginia alone-70% of the Civil War was fought in Virginia, and about half of the Revolutionary war as well), until John F. Kennedy was buried there. Since then, burials have sky-rocketed. The cemetery recently took over an adjoining US Naval Facility (the Navy Annex) to increase its size. But that is pretty much it-there is no real room left to grow. They now push columbarium burial.

Who is buried in Arlington Cemetery ?

Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

"On Memorial Day, 1921, four unknowns were exhumed from four World War I American cemeteries in France. U.S. Army Sgt. Edward F. Younger, who was wounded in combat, highly decorated for valor and received the Distinguished Service Medal in "The Great War, the war to end all wars," selected the Unknown Soldier of World War I from four identical caskets at the city hall in Chalons-sur-Marne, France, Oct. 24, 1921. Sgt. Younger selected the unknown by placing a spray of white roses on one of the caskets. He chose the third casket from the left. The chosen unknown soldier was transported to the United States aboard the USS Olympia. Those remaining were interred in the Meuse Argonne Cemetery, France."


  • Pick up services from your hotel & return

  • All transfers by a private air-conditioned vehicle

  • Private English-speaking  guide

  • visits in all the sights mentioned above

  • Bottled water during your trip.

  • All taxes & service charge


  • Any extras not mentioned in the itinerary

  • Tipping


  • Reservation is required

  • There is a lot of walking involved, wear comfortable shoes

  • Umbrellas are recommended in case of rain or intense sun

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