great atmosphere and restaurants. great shopping. lots of diversity. great to walk around. nice waterfront
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We only saw Georgetown from an open top tour bus, due to limited time. It looked lovely nice quaint residences independent shops, restaurants and coffee shops. residences
Georgetown combines a long history with many historic homes and offices with restaurants, hotels, and places just to sit for a drink. It is a vibrant location and best to walk by foot.
Beautiful little town with a heap of interesting history/landmarks. We did a 2 hour tour here which just scratched the surface of what is in Georgetown. Wished we had more time here.
You either love or hate Georgetown. You'll probably see some popped Vineyard Vines collars and some families that look they stepped out of the J Crew catalog, but there's also regular folks there. The canal and waterfront are fun, but now they are repairing the...More
Good for a wander and lots of shops. Good bars and try and eat at Martin's Tavern the food is outstanding!
Shopping, bookstores (although less than earlier times) and if you are a foodie great places to eat. VERY DIFFICULT to find parking, so you might want to taxi or Uber it. If you allow time, check out Georgetown University.
This pleasant and quaint area of Washington has become extremely commercial and the epitome of gentrification. Nonetheless it's very pleasant, good for shopping, and has great restaurants. The restaurants near the Potomac are especially Pleasant on a nice summer day.
we visited georgetown for an evening meal and the biggest problem we hd waas where to eat.the selection bars/cafes/restaurants was huge plus some great shops to keep you browsing.