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Book online today to get an unmatched rental car deal for Dulles International. As the airport receives thousands of travelers looking for rental cars, an online rental car reservation is the best recourse that you can opt for. Not only will you get a value for money car hire deal for Washington Dulles Airport, but also a car-type that you've been looking for.

Why hire a car for Washington Dulles Airport?

Exploring an insightful capital that holds so much of monumental importance requires a reliable transportation of your own. A rental car from Washington Dulles is a natural fit as you can drive within the capital as well beyond its boundaries. Using a rental car from Washington Dulles Airport is very popular owing to an efficient airport shuttle service.

Furthermore, easy accessibility to State Route 28 & 267 via Dulles Access Road and Dulles Greenway also contributes to the ever growing popularity of rental cars at Dulles International.

Which are the other rental car pick-up points in Washington D.C.?

In line with our consistent focus to offer matchless car hire service, we cover all the important locations spanning across the United States. As one-way car rental from Dulles Airport is also a popular option, we offer 2 other important locations in Washington, D.C. as rental car drop-off points. You can pick-up your rental car from IAD International and drop it off at any of the following 2 locations.

Reagan National Airport

Arlington, VA 22202, USA

Another major commercial airport serving the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area, Ronald Regan Washington National Airport, which is also known as Washington National Airport, largely caters to flights operating within the United States. Located about 30 miles away from Washington Dulles International Airport, Regan National can be reached via Dulles Access Rd and George Washington Memorial Pkwy.

Washington Union Station

50 Massachusetts Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002, USA

A major transportation hub and railroad station of Washington, D.C., the Washington Union Station's roots can be traced back to 1907. A busy train station, which besides catering to thousands of rail commuters, serves as a hub for buses as well as metro. Located about 31 miles away from Washington Dulles International Airport, Washington Union Station can be reached via Dulles Access Rd and George Washington Memorial Pkwy.

Washington Dulles International Airport

Serving the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area, the Washington Dulles International Airport is situated about 26 miles away from Downtown Washington. One of the busiest airports of the United States, Washington Dulles International Airport handles more than 20 million passengers every year. Gateway to the US capital, the airport offers flight connectivity to more than 120 destinations across the globe.

The terminal complex consists of 1 large terminal and 2 terminal buildings namely, concourses A/B & C/D. Once you are through with the baggage clearance, simply reach at 2,4, or 6 gates, where buses operated by car hire companies wait to ferry passengers to the Autopilot Drive, a pick-up point for rental cars.

Address: Washington Dulles International Airport, 1 Saarinen Cir, Dulles, VA 20166, USA

Washington Airport duty-free

Located at concourse A, B, C, and D, and part of the Duty Free Americas, Washington Airport duty-free shops let you order a product of your choice online much in advance of your arrival at the airport. Offering a wide range of luxury products to choose from, duty-free online shopping facility readies your consignment at the departure gate before you board a flight for your next international trip.

Washington, D.C. - the city of monuments

The US capital is all about elaborated museums, historic monuments, and some of the most iconic government properties. With the federal district spreading way beyond 70 sq mi, a rental car from Dulles Airport becomes your best companion. Not only will you be able to explore freely, but also plan some exciting road trips to other popular destinations located not so far off from D.C. Following is the list of most visited places in Washington, D.C.

  • Lincoln Memorial

    Lincoln Memorial

    Built in commemoration of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th US president, Lincoln Memorial is a major tourist attraction. Imitating the Greek Doric temple structural attributes, the monument has been the site of several important speeches made by Martin Luther King Jr. Don't miss the museum tour that features interesting aspects of Lincoln's life, including video recordings of famous protest demonstrations.

  • National Mall

    National Mall

    Located in Downtown Washington, D.C., the National Mall forms the part of Constitution Gardens and West Potomac Park. Covering more than 3 mies, the National Mall area is home to several notable museums and landmarks such as, National Museum of American History, National Air & Space Museum, and National Museum of Natural History among others. The National Mall also plays host to several important events around the year.

  • White House

    White House

    Only accessible through a guided tour, which must be applied for well in advance, the White House is another hard to be missed tourist attraction, while you're in Washington, D.C. Don't worry about the inside tour permit if you're in hurry. You can go to the White House Visitor Center and see several exquisite relics. Reach the North Lawn from here to click the perfect postcard picture of the White House.

  • United States Capitol

    United States Capitol

    Also famous as the Capitol Building, the United States Capitol is the seat of the US Government's legislative branch. Featuring a neoclassical architecture, the building complex comprises of chambers, halls, and mementos, and is accessible through free guided tours. However, you'll need to procure the tickets before embarking on a guided tour. You can reserve your tickets online to bypass the overwhelming rush at the ticket counters.

  • National Zoological Park

    National Zoological Park

    A 128-year-old zoo with a noble aim to share knowledge to save the wildlife, the National Zoological Park permits you free entry. Open all round the year, the zoo is home to nearly 2,000 animals belonging to 400 species. Keeping abreast with the latest trends in the management of zoological parks, zoo's conservation and research initiatives aimed at keeping animals within natural groupings, are commendable.

  • Ford's Theater

    Ford's Theater

    Site of Lincoln's assassination, the Ford's Theater is an important historic site. Reach there early if you are particularly interested in seeing the exact spot of shooting. You can also visit the basement museum and as well as the Peterson House, which is situated on the other side of the street. Carrying an entry fee of $3, it is advisable that you book a ticket online, as Ford's Theater remains closed during some weekdays.

Popular road trips from Washington, D.C.

Why not drive past the city and explore something different and make your trip a memorable one? With Dulles Airport car hire at your disposal, destination options are aplenty as the US capital is surrounded by numerous tourist destinations. Check out the list of most popular road trips from Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. - Baltimore, Maryland
37 miles via Baltimore-Washington Pkwy and MD-295 N

A happening town attached with one of the finest cultural aspects, Baltimore is known for its live music concerts, delicious food, and beautiful neighborhoods. Besides carving out time to visit any of the 18th century monuments that Baltimore is home to, you must visit the harbor area. An incredible place, harbor is famous for Baltimore Aquarium and innumerable places to eat and drink with the sea in background.

Washington, D.C. - Middleburg, Virginia
42 miles via I-66 W and US-50 W

Famous for fox hunting and steeplechasing, the two sports behind its much deserved moniker 'Nation's Horse and Hunt Capital', Middleburg attracts tourists throughout the year. A happening tourism destination of the Mid-Atlantic, Middleburg also plays hosts to lively polo matches during summers. The National Sporting Library & Museum with more than 20,000 books in its repository is another worth mentioning attraction.

Washington, D.C. - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
245 miles via I-70 W and I-76 W

One of the largest cities of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh is another popular getaway destination from Washington, D.C. Pittsburgh features a pleasant mix of history, culture, and architecture, notwithstanding its reputation of just being 'the Steel City' and 'the City of Bridges'. Notable places include - Benedum Center, Downtown Pittsburgh, the Cathedral of Learning, and Phipps Conservatory.

Washington, D.C. - Snowshoe, West Virginia
229 miles via I-66 W

Home of the Snowshoe Mountain ski resort, Snowshoe is nestled amid the Allegheny Mountains. Famed as one of the best winter destinations of the mid-Atlantic region, Snowshoe is arguably on travelers' mind as and when they think of a road trip from Washington, D.C. A well-developed commercial area that features a wide range of winter activities also makes Snowshoe an unmatched tourist hub.

Washington, D.C. - Atlantic City, New Jersey
190 miles via I-95 N

If driving down to Las Vegas looks out of context and you seriously want to play a game at a casino, think of no other place than the Atlantic City, a city known for its grand casinos. Don't just restrict yourself to casinos only as the city is also famous for its paradisaical beaches, impressive boardwalks, and countless shopping districts. There are plenty of regularly scheduled water sports events also at the beach area.

Washington, D.C. - Raleigh, North Carolina
278 miles via I-95 S

The 'City of Oaks' is an ultimate place if you're looking forward to visit a destination that seamlessly blends tradition and modernity. The North Carolinian capital city is home to several worth seeing attractions such as, NCSU bell tower, State Capitol, Boylan Heights, Historic Oakwood, and the Fayetteville Street. Raleigh's diverse entertainment options give you plenty of choices in terms of sightseeing.

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