Cherry Blossom parking

Cherry Blossom Festival Parking in DC 2020

Nothing says the beginning of spring like The National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC! This spring celebration all came about thanks to a generous gift from the mayor of Tokyo, when he gifted the city of Washington, DC with 3,000 cherry trees in 1912. The National Cherry Blossom Festival commemorates this gift and the […]

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Dupont Circle Parking

Top 5 Dupont Circle Parking Garages

Navigating the Washington DC parking game can be very frustrating. High prices, the inability to find a parking garage in the time you need, and lack of overnight parking add up to an experience that is less than ideal. Dupont Circle is no exception to the DC neighborhoods with serious parking problems. Thankfully, SpotHero has […]

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Washington DC Capital Pride Guide

Washington DC Pride is one of the most inviting parades DC has ever seen, and in 2015, you can officially celebrate 40 years of pride in the Nation’s Capital! This year’s theme is Flashback, so make sure to dress up so you can emerge yourself into your favorite time period. At SpotHero, we’re all about making sure […]

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Pope Francis DC Visit: Parking and Street Closures [UPDATED]

  Updated 9/16/15 with new list of parking restrictions   Get ready, DCers. The pope is coming. If you live in the D.C. area, pretty soon everyone will be talking about it. Pope Francis will be in Washington D.C. September 22-24. He will then visit New York City and Philadelphia before returning to Rome. He […]

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DC Restaurant Week Parking

Three Ways to Make the Most of D.C. Restaurant Week

Metropolitan Washington’s Summer Restaurant Week is almost here! From August 15th through the 21st, you can indulge in three-course meals at over 250 restaurants in Washington D.C. Prix-fixe options will run you $22 for lunch and $35 for dinner.   If you’ve ever made reservations during Restaurant Week before, you know you need to do your research […]

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Your Guide to Taste of DC: Parking, Admission and More!

The Taste of DC is right around the corner! DC’s largest food, beer, and wine festival takes place over Columbus Day weekend, and you won’t want to miss it. This year’s Taste of DC has something for everyone, with 60 restaurants and more than 100 specialty beers and wines, plus live music, culinary demos, and the sixth […]

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Inauguration-parking

How to Get Around DC During Inauguration Weekend

Inauguration Day is almost here! With all the festivities and celebrations, those in DC can expect crowds, traffic and street closures. If you live in DC or are visiting for the Inauguration, make sure to plan ahead. Here’s what you need to know, including your best bets for Inauguration parking near public transit:   Swearing-in […]

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Where to Park in DC: Women’s March on Washington

The Women’s March on Washington is this Saturday, January 21st. With an estimated 200,000 attendees, you’ll want to plan ahead if you’ll be in DC! Here’s what you need to know, including your best bets for Women’s March parking near public transit.   Schedule of Events 8 a.m.— activities start with images and video on display 9 a.m. […]

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