Georgetown By Bus

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Trying to get to Georgetown from the American Guest House (Kalorama) and don’t want to spend a lot on taxi fares or perhaps just want to enjoy the area as a local?  Unfortunately there are no metro/subway stations in Georgetown, but there are plenty of buses and taxis.  So, if you are a guest at American Guest House Bed and Breakfast and are wondering how to get to Georgetown, here are some tips:

You can either of course walk all the way thru (about 25 minutes walk) or take bus 42/43 a few feet from our front door to DuPont Circle or take a leisure walk down to Dupont circle and catch  the Circulator (red bus) by the Heurich house  (beautiful Victorian House turned Museum) and go directly to the heart of Georgetown.

Fares: regular fare is  $1.00, senior fare $0.50 and you can pay by cash or with a Smart trip.

The DC Circulator has more than 1 line, it’s  all about downtown Washington, DC.  It has five routes  that links cultural, entertainment and business destinations within the city’s central core!

Enjoy your ride! Jonathan

American Guest House Bed and Breakfast

Washington DC Bed and Breakfast accommodations.  We are centrally located, 10 minutes walk to DuPont Circle metro/subway, 1 mile north west of White House.