Shopping, history and award-winning restaurants -- get the most out of Georgetown, the oldest neighborhood in Washington, D.C., with this daylong itinerary.
Dining options in Washington, D.C., are getting better and better. Here are five from the United States Harper Collection guidebook.
An Andrew Harper staff member recently stayed at The Hay-Adams in Washington, D.C., and shares her favorite meals, sightseeing and more.
Few spa treatments are as reviving to the jet-lagged traveler as a Turkish hammam ritual, particularly when it is performed in a setting as spectacular as the spa at Schloss Elmau in southern Bavaria, overlooking wildflower-speckled meadows and tracts of pine-forested countryside.
Washington, D.C., drew almost 18 million visitors last year, so planning a trip can be a challenge. To make things easier, I recommend the services of American Excursionist, a company that works in conjunction with the Harper Travel Office
Washington's major museums are justly renowned, but several other collections are worth consideration. Below are three personal favorites.
Americans of all political stripes tend to take a jaundiced view of Washington, D.C., these days, so it is easy to forget that it is a city of great beauty, with fine hotels, stellar restaurants, a vibrant arts scene and world-class museums. My recent trip was inspired chiefly by a desire to stay in the new and much-anticipated Capella hotel in Georgetown, but I was soon reminded how I invariably enjoy visits to the nation's capital.