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Visit goDCgo's website,, to find the best way to get to Georgetown. Just enter your starting location and Georgetown destination into the interactive map to get started. The website lists Metro stations, bus lines, walking directions, and more to ensure the most efficient route.

DC Circulator:

The red, black and yellow-striped DC Circulator bus links cultural, entertainment and business destinations within the city. The Dupont-Georgetown-Rosslyn line runs from the Dupont South metro station to the Rosslyn metro station, with stops along M Street. The Union Station-Georgetown line runs from Union Station to Georgetown via K Street and back to Union Station with stops on M Street traveling eastbound. The fare is $1. For more information visit


The following Metrobus lines all service the Georgetown area: 31, 32, 36, 38B, D1, D2, D5, D6, and G2. For routes and trip planning information, visit the Washington Metro Area Transit Authority (WMATA) website at To view the Metrobus route map, click here.


Metro riders can access Georgetown via the DC Circulator bus from the Rosslyn and Dupont Circle metro stations. See details in the DC Circulator section above. The Foggy Bottom-GWU Metro station, located on the blue and orange Metro lines, is a short 15-minute walk from Georgetown. The Rosslyn, Virginia station, located on the blue and orange lines, is a short walk across the Key Bridge to Georgetown. To plan your trip and for walking directions, visit

Capital Bikeshare

Capital Bikeshare has six stations in Georgetown! The program allows users to check out and return bikes from any of the 320 stations located throughout Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia. The 19-bike Georgetown units are located at the corner of K Street and 30th Street, at 34th Street and Water Street, at Wisconsin Avenue and O Street, at 37th Street and O Street (Georgetown University), at Pennsylvania Avenue and 28th Street, and at the 1000 block of Wisconsin Avenue, at Grace Street. Daily memberships are available for $7, monthly memberships are $25, and annual memberships are $75. For more about the program, visit

By Water

Potomac Riverboat Company offers an exciting new way to travel around the Washington DC metropolitan area. The Washington by Water Monuments Cruise connects Alexandria’s historic waterfront and Georgetown. Service will be offered from the Washington Harbor as well as the Alexandria City Marina. For schedules and ticketing information please click here.


D.C. is serviced by two international airports and one national airport, Reagan National Airport (DCA), Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). The Washington, DC Metrorail system has an elevated Metrorail station connected to the concourse level of terminals B and C at Reagan National Airport. Take the blue line towards Largo Town Center Metro station and get off at the Rosslyn Metro station. From here, board the DC Circulator bus to Georgetown.

You can reach Georgetown from Dulles International Airport by taking the 5A Metrobus towards the L'Enfant Plaza Metro station to the Rosslyn Metro station, where the DC Circulator bus picks up.

If flying into BWI, you can reach Georgetown by taking a free shuttle to BWI Rail Station where you can purchase tickets for Amtrak or MARC trains which will take you to Union Station. From Union Station you can take the DC Circulator or ride metrorail via the red line to Dupont Circle where you can access the DC Circulator bus.


Cabs can be easily hailed all over Washington and accept cash and credit cards. To learn about zones and fare-pricing information, check goDCgo where you can calculate fares to ensure you are getting a fair price for your ride.


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