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Georgetown

Washington DC, DC 20007
+1 202-298-9222
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A charming neighborhood that, with its upscale boutiques and notable residents, is more than a college hangout.
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good32%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“great shopping” (44 reviews)
“stone house” (41 reviews)
“lots of shops” (32 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Washington DC, DC 20007
Georgetown
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Reviewed yesterday

Spent a day here visiting the shops and having a bite to eat at Filamina's. Georgetown is a bustling part of town that offers many things to do

Thank travelbug02818
Reviewed yesterday

There are shops and restaurants along the canal, all worth a visit. Look at the connection between Georgetown and the Potomac, i.e., the canal. Cruising Georgetown is a big tourist attraction, but way over-rated. Tourist restaurants that don't care if you ever come back (you...More

Thank Marc N
Reviewed yesterday

I had to visit Georgetown while in DC. It is a beautiful part of Washington, overlooking the Potomac river.with 18 and 19 century style houses, cobblestone streets and charming cafes, chic boutiques and restaurants. The imposing Gothic style main university building dominates the skyline. The...More

Thank Frederic S
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This historic neighbourhood was a highlight of our recent trip to DC. It’s easily accessible via public transport, and then a really lovely walk up and down the streets for plenty of shopping, eating and drinking! And of course you have to try a Georgetown...More

1  Thank AJW09
Reviewed 1 week ago

Waterfront area nice to stroll, recommended at sunset. Area really busy on Saturday evenings. Neat older structures, interesting refurbishment to modern purposes. Cool transformation of old structure to theater. Too commercial for me, but interesting to walk through.

1  Thank VacaBird
Reviewed 1 week ago

Georgetown does not consist entirely of the main shopping street which does contain expensive independent and chain stores. There are also many bars and restaurants. The area also consists of all the streets with their numerous architecturally diverse houses. A remarkable contrast to the sterile...More

1  Thank StephenMilward
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a safe area to run and experience the beauty of the area, take in the river and wide cobble stone stretches for walking or running. Trees and scenery were beautiful!

1  Thank Babushka22
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a great area. Lots of shops, eateries, Dean and Deluca,whatever you might like and fun to wander in. The roads are cobblestone and the streets are crowded with activity: from Kate Soafe to La Duree to pizza places and wine bars, iit'S a...More

1  Thank unhappytraveller123
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

For those in the Mid-Atlantic, Georgetown is a great day trip. Be sure to see Washington Harbor, Georgetown University, The Old Stone House, and walk Wisconsin Avenue and M Street for great shopping. There are lots of parking garages nearby and many great restaurants. We...More

Thank Elizabeth111760
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Can both love it and leave it....no longer on my "must see" more than once list---yet have been back multiple times over last 20 years and have stayed down there and had fantastic experiences. Make sure to see the Exorcist stairs, chill at the Harbour,...More

Thank unvmn
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catlady-usa
24 July 2016|
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Response from LJucha | Reviewed this property |
We didn't have a car and used the metro which was easy to use and Lyft. Traffic was terrible. I wouldn't drive. I don't recall seeing parking so not even sure that situation. But Georgetown was cool. We walked around and... More
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lindsay o
19 April 2016|
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Response from Kevin P | Reviewed this property |
Yes... you might need to be aware of the drunks and homeless but plenty of police presence. You should look into Uber or lyfte if it gets to late.
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littleneil1
21 March 2016|
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Response from jaseaton | Reviewed this property |
The main intersection is Wisconsin Ave and M Street. Wisconsin has mostly shops, M St has mostly restaurants, but both are fun to walk along, albeit busy. The canal is about two blocks downhill from M St running parallel... More
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