Coach Connection USA meets any, and all, charter bus rental needs you may have in Washington, D.C metropolitan area. Whether you require a charter bus rental, minibus rental or a luxurious limousine services for business, clients or partners, Coach Connection USA is here to ensure that you have the most comfortable, reliable transportation you want and deserve. Our agents are available around the clock to answer your questions and make sure you have what you need, when you want it. Your satisfaction is our main priority!

Whether you are sightseeing, chartering multiple buses for an major event, Hospital, Construction, wedding or any other private transportation, Coach Connection USA stands by our name. Just ask our agents; we'll help you map out your travel itinerary as we're very knowledgeable of all the attractions in the Washington DC metropolitan Area. Coach connection USA can provide local School Transportation as well. When you're looking for a Transportation Bus company in the Washington DC area, Let us be your only stop for all of your charter bus rental needs.

Possible touristic destinations:

  • - Tour the White House
  • - Visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • - Visit the Washington DC National Cathedral
  • - Visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial (near FDR Memorial)
  • - See some hockey or basketball at the Verizon Center
  • - Explore flight at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum

Fun Fact:

  • Washington, D.C., formally the District of Columbia and commonly referred to as Washington, "the District", or simply D.C., is the capital of the United States. The signing of the Residence Act on July 16, 1790, approved the creation of a capital district located along the Potomac River on the country's East Coast. The U.S. Constitution provided for a federal district under the exclusive jurisdiction of the Congress and the District is therefore not a part of any U.S. state.
  • By 1870, the District's population had grown 75% from the previous census to nearly 132,000 residents. Despite the city's growth, Washington still had dirt roads and lacked basic sanitation. Some members of Congress suggested moving the capital further west, but President Ulysses S. Grant refused to consider such a proposal.
  • The Library of Congress is the biggest library in the United States. It has 535 miles of bookshelves.
  • When the Washington Monument opened in 1884, it was the tallest structure in the world until the Eiffel Tower in Paris opened in 1889.
  • George Washington never lived in DC. The White House was actually completed a year after he died and our second President, John Adams, was the first to live there
  • You can come face to face with all 44 Presidents or pose with your favorite rock star or actress at Madame Tussauds Washington D.C.
  • There's a bathtub in the basement of the U.S. Capitol! Four marble tubs were installed in 1859 when most senators lived in boarding houses on Capitol Hill that had no running water so they came to work to work – and wash. One of these baths can still be seen today.

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