Learn English in Washington, USA!

Washington State is the heart of the Pacific Northwest. Founded on July 16, 1790, Washington, DC is unique among American cities because it was established by the Constitution of the United States to serve as the nation’s capital.Immersed in history, Washington is both a vibrant and culturally diverse city today.

The past and the present

The city is rich with international cultures, African American heritage and culture. After more than 200 years as the nation’s capital, Washington has developed as a complex and layered city, with a distinctive character: both a town for locals, an international center of power and an amazing place to visit. This iconic iconic destination offers you the best of both worlds by delving into the nation’s past with a visit on the National Mall and museums or adventuring into very modern, exciting neighbourhoods.

    Principais dicas para sua estadia em Washington

    Há numerosos lugares históricos para visitar durante sua estadia, incluindo:

    • A Casa Branca
    • O Memorial de  Lincoln
    • O Shopping Nacional
    • O Capitólio dos Estados Unidos
    • O Centro Kennedy
    • O Museu Nacional de Ar e Espaço
    • A Catedral Nacional de Washington
    • O Museu Nacional de Cultura e História Afro-Americana
    • O Memorial de veteranos do Vietnã
    • O Centro Memorial do Holocausto dos Estados Unidos e muitos outros marcos imperdíveis da história estadunidense.

    There is more in this lovely city!

    However, beyond the traditional D.C, attractions, Smithsonian museums, the U.S. Capitol, and monuments, you’ll find fresh food, arts, and a vibrant nightlife scene. Spend your mornings pursuing the city’s huddle of farmers markets and spend your afternoons admiring contemporary exhibits finish the evenings with a show at The John F. Kennedy Centre for the Performing Arts.

    Foodie’s paradise

    There are so many dishes to try during your stay in Washington. Washington’s signature dish the half smoke, a fresh sausage, soft in texture but comes with a slight kick of heat. The traditional toppings are chili, mustard, and onions but you can freestyle with various sauces making it your very own. Washington has many cultural influences, making the food experience here very unique. Kitfo, an Ethiopian dish consists of squishy injera bread combined with seasoned beef topped with green veggies and cottage cheese, is one of many culturally diverse dishes you can try in Washington. The falafel sandwich became one of the most popular middle eastern foods in Washington. The Amsterdam falafel shines brightest in the late night. There are many more dishes you must try but we will let you discover them for yourself.

    Learn English in Washington for a culturally enriched experience! 

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