This sublimely convenient central D.C. neighborhood comprises federal offices (remember Watergate?) and George Washington University’s academic buildings. Foggy Bottom’s rigorous work ethic doesn’t leave much room for entertainment, but you can find respite in the few ground-floor bars and cafes that boast hard-to-find happy hours. Like the professionals that work there, Foggy Bottom is well connected—the diversions of Georgetown and the National Mall are just a few minutes away.See places to stay Save this neighborhood
Campus Life Dominates In Foggy Bottom
The West End neighborhood is bustling with activity throughout the day and evening. A short stroll and you are in the center of Georgetown where there are no shortage of action."
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A very safe neighborhood with people always around. I felt comfortable walking around at 3pm or 3am."
Visited in 2013
A Quiet Retreat Beyond the Bustle
Airbnb works with local photographers to capture the spirit of neighborhoods all around the world. The photography on this page includes work by:
As a freelance photographer based out of DC, I’ve had a lifelong desire to be submerged in different cultures, meet people of all walks of life, and eat bizarre foods. While my personal favorite escape is surfing remote warm-water breaks in Central America, I loved working on this project and discovering the many hidden subcultures that make up the diverse and often-mislabeled city of Washington, D.C.