|Origin Airport IATA Code||BOS|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||BWI|
If you're planning a budget trip from Manchester to Washington, DC, Orbitz.com can help you find deals on flights, hotel accommodations and more. The Capital City is filled with monuments and museums. However, behind its marble memorials, you'll also find a hip city that was once home to Duke Ellington and has a bustling shopping district and a market that's famous for its blueberry pancakes.
The Manchester Boston Regional Airport is located on Airport Road in Manchester, New Hampshire. US Airways, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines provide flights from Manchester to Washington, DC.
If you want to park your car at the airport while you travel, there are several parking options available. Lot A charges $24 per day, and the parking garage charges $17 per day or $85 per week. The cheapest long-term parking options are Lot C and Lot D. Both lots charge $10 per day and have a shuttle service that transports passengers from the parking lot to the terminal. If you're looking for alternate transportation options, you can take the bus or a taxi to the airport. Bus Route #3 runs directly to the airport on weekdays. If you're traveling on the weekend, you can take the Route #3 bus to the Canal Street Transportation Station and then take a taxi to the airport. Bus tickets cost $1.50, and cab fare from the Canal Street Transportation Station to the airport costs $15. Numerous taxicab companies transport passengers from Manchester to the airport. You can call A&W Airport Service at (603) 235-2720, E&L Airport Service at (603) 858-5728 or Upper Valley Taxi at (603) 858-0352 to arrange for transportation.
If you want to grab a bite to eat before you board your plane, concessions are located in the Atrium on the second floor and at Gates 4, 7 and 8. Dining options include Sam Adams Pub & Café, the Great American Bagel Bakery, Nathan's Hot Dogs and Quiznos Subs.
Located along the Potomac River, Washington, DC, was founded in 1791 to serve as the capital of the United States. With tours of the White House, gritty jazz clubs, museums, historic sites and monuments, there's something that will interest everyone in Washington, DC.
Three airports service the Washington, DC, area: Dulles International Airport, Reagan National Airport and the Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI). All three airports are located within 32 miles of the center of Washington, DC. If your flight lands at BWI, you can get into the city by bus or taxi. Taxis run on meters, and rates are $2.90 for the first tenth of a mile and $2.50 for each additional mile, plus any toll charges. The Express Metro Bus #B30 takes passengers from the airport to Greenbelt Metro Station, where you can catch a train to your final destination. Tickets cost $6 per person. If your flight lands at Dulles, you can take the Washington Flyer Coach service to the West Falls Church Metro Stop for $10. From there, you can take the Metrorail to other areas of the city. Cab fare from the airport into the city costs between $56 and $64. If your flight lands at Reagan National Airport, you can take the Metrorail from the airport to any location in the city. Metrorail fares cost between $1.70 and $5.75, depending on your destination and the time you travel. Cab fare from the airport into the city costs between $12 and $23, plus an airport surcharge of $2.50. If you want your own transportation, you can make reservations for a rental car with Orbitz.com. All three airports have on-site rental car companies, making it easy to pick up your rental.
Washington, DC, has four distinct seasons. The winter months are cool, and the city averages about 15 inches of snow each year. Average winter temperatures range from the high 20s to the high 40s. The summer tends to be hot and humid, and average temperatures range from the mid-60s to the high 80s. The spring and fall have warm weather. Average high temperatures range from the mid-50s to the high 70s. Washington, DC, is beautiful in the spring, when the weather is warm and the cherry trees are in bloom.
If you're visiting Washington, DC, for the first time, you won't want to miss any of the memorials. You can visit the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Other landmarks include the Library of Congress, the Capital Building, the White House and the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial. History buffs can visit the Peterson House, where President Lincoln died, Arlington National Cemetery and Ford's Theatre and Museum.
With so many things to see and do in the Capital City, you are sure to have an interesting trip. Daily flights from Manchester to Washington, DC, make your trip easy to plan. You can use the trip planner on Orbitz.com to make all your travel arrangements, purchase tickets to local attractions and make reservations for guided tours.
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