As D.C.'s famous cherry bloom blooms peaked this spring, coronavirus closed down the city for residents and travelers. Now, after months of lockdown and more than 600 deaths reported in the city, D.C. is beginning to resume, and visitors are
trickling back. With much of D.C.'s marquee points of interest still closed, a trip to the country's capital will not be the same as one prior to the pandemic. But some state that's not a factor to delay a see (for healthy people who follow proper pandemic precautions).
“To inform you the fact, I do think it's a good time [to visit],” states Austin Graff, who composed By The Way's City Guide to D.C.
Graff says that with a fraction of the travelers around, a few of the city's finest monoliths are a lot more satisfying. And with less services open, he's also felt urged to check out parts of town he had previously overlooked.