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Washington DC: The World's Political Stage • DECEMBER 5-10, 2018

WASHINGTON DC: THE WORLD'S POLITICAL STAGE

Tour Runs: December 5-10, 2018 

Explore the nation’s capital with insider access into the heart of America’s governing institutions. This five-night itinerary offers unique contact with the political, military and economic traditions that still rule Washington today. Tour the Capitol Building and the National Archives, and have lunch amongst Congressional staff members in the oft-overlooked cafeteria. See the treasures of the Smithsonian before public hours, and venture beyond the Beltway to Annapolis for a tour of the Naval Academy with military personnel. Interact with newsmakers including Congress members, diplomats, lobbyists and journalists for an edifying look into the houses of power.

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 HIGHLIGHTS  A Lesson in Law • Go behind the scenes at the U.S. Capitol, where the country's laws are made, and have lunch in its cafeteria  In The Navy • Visit historic Annapolis to meet military experts at the United States Naval Academy  Private Receptions • Gather in esteemed settings with notable political guests  Special Access • Explore the National Museum of African American History and Culture before opening hours  Lunching with Lobbyists •  Visit an elite social club and a highly respected think tank

HIGHLIGHTS

A Lesson in Law • Go behind the scenes at the U.S. Capitol, where the country's laws are made, and have lunch in its cafeteria

In The Navy • Visit historic Annapolis to meet military experts at the United States Naval Academy

Private Receptions • Gather in esteemed settings with notable political guests

Special Access • Explore the National Museum of African American History and Culture before opening hours

Lunching with Lobbyists •  Visit an elite social club and a highly respected think tank

 ACCOMMODATIONS: MANDARIN ORIENTAL  As Washington’s only hotel featuring views of the monuments and the water, Mandarin Oriental, Washington is at the center of everything. The hotel is located just steps from the Jefferson Memorial and the beautiful cherry tree-lined Tidal Basin. Guests also enjoy very short walks to the National Mall, the museums of the Smithsonian Institution, the Washington Monument, and the White House. 

ACCOMMODATIONS: MANDARIN ORIENTAL

As Washington’s only hotel featuring views of the monuments and the water, Mandarin Oriental, Washington is at the center of everything. The hotel is located just steps from the Jefferson Memorial and the beautiful cherry tree-lined Tidal Basin. Guests also enjoy very short walks to the National Mall, the museums of the Smithsonian Institution, the Washington Monument, and the White House. 

 THE SEAT OF POWER  In the heart of the nation’s capital, you’ll get an in-depth understanding of the insights into the forces influencing America and its actions in the world. This is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet and interact with people shaping the news and the country’s future, from Congress members and diplomats, to lobbyists and journalists, for an edifying look into the houses of power.

THE SEAT OF POWER

In the heart of the nation’s capital, you’ll get an in-depth understanding of the insights into the forces influencing America and its actions in the world. This is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet and interact with people shaping the news and the country’s future, from Congress members and diplomats, to lobbyists and journalists, for an edifying look into the houses of power.

 NEWSWEEK ALL-ACCESS  Newsweek correspondents will discuss what it’s like covering the President, the House and the Senate, as well as how journalists can hold our lawmakers to account on behalf of ordinary citizens. You’ll also get a chance to experience a different side of politics: meeting lobbyists at an elite social club and touring one of the nation’s top influential think tanks.  Tour Runs: December 5-10, 2018   DOWNLOAD BROCHURE/ FULL ITINERARY    BOOK NOW

NEWSWEEK ALL-ACCESS

Newsweek correspondents will discuss what it’s like covering the President, the House and the Senate, as well as how journalists can hold our lawmakers to account on behalf of ordinary citizens. You’ll also get a chance to experience a different side of politics: meeting lobbyists at an elite social club and touring one of the nation’s top influential think tanks.

Tour Runs: December 5-10, 2018

DOWNLOAD BROCHURE/ FULL ITINERARY

BOOK NOW