Bus stations in Washington
One major bus stop in Washington, D.C., is the Union Station Bus Deck, located at 50 Massachusetts Ave. NE. Union Station is the most centrally located bus stop; if you need to get to the heart of D.C. on your trip, make sure your bus lets you out at Union Station.
The Dupont Circle bus station sits at the intersection of NW 20th St. and NW Massachusetts Ave. Several streets converge to create a traffic circle at Dupont Circle. A nearby metro stop makes traveling to this bus station quite convenient.
Washington city guide
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Enjoy the history, beautiful architecture, and fascinating city planning when you visit Washington, D.C. Though history and politics abound, lots of bars, shows, and restaurants add fun activities to the city that will help you unwind when you had your fill of history. Busbud connects you with the most convenient bus stops in the area via the bus companies you love most.
Things to do in Washington D.C
Union Station sits in the center of D.C. Nearby, you'll find plenty of historical activities. Just one block away is Constitution Avenue, which runs along the Washington Mall.
Take a simple walk here to see the Capitol Building and the Washington Monument. You'll pass by the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, a delightful spot where you can easily spend a day wandering the exhibits. Past the Smithsonian you'll find the famous WWII Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial.
Dupont Circle has a nearby metro station, which opens up all of D.C. and many of its suburbs to your exploration. Near Dupont Circle are popular restaurants, ranging from fast food to international cuisine. Several embassies sit within a few blocks of Dupont Circle, too. A few blocks down Connecticut Avenue, you'll find the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, a 19th-century building featuring beautiful architecture and informative tours.
A single day in the U.S. capital is an exciting, informative adventure. Book your trip on Busbud today!