Airport Shuttle from Bethesda MD
Written by Jody Trammel



Reagan National



Union Station

Downtown Bethesda$50$60$80$65
North Bethesda$60$65$80$65

*These prices are valid for parties of up to four. Five or six can be handled for an additional $20.
*Price does not include driver gratuity.

Airport Shuttle from Bethesda MD

Sometimes the hardest part of going out of town can be just getting to the airport. With crowded shuttles and unreliable taxicabs, ground transportation can be a real pain. But it doesn’t have to be. If you’re traveling to or from Bethesda, Maryland, you’re in luck! Affinity Airport Sedan’s professional car service can pick you up and get you where you’re headed on time and hassle free. So the next time you need a ride, don’t fret. Just call Affinity!

Bethesda to and from Reagan National (DCA)

Ronald Reagan Washington National AirportHeaded to Ronald Reagan National Airport? We’re happy to give you a ride! It’s the local favorite because of its close proximity to the city. And you’re sure to be delighted by the recent extensive renovations to the airport’s main terminal. Click here to book a trip to or from Reagan National Airport.

Bethesda to and from Dulles (IAD)

Dulles National AirportAffinity can also give you a ride to or from Dulles International Airport. With extensive international service and a bustling terminal, Dulles is one of our most popular destinations. Dulles’ Airport Access Road eases congestion at the height of rush hour which helps to avoid a significant amount of traffic. Click here to book a trip to or from Dulles.

Bethesda to and from BWI Airport/BWI Rail

Shuttle to BWI AirportAre you flying out of Baltimore Washington International Airport or going to BWI Rail? We’d love to give you a ride to Baltimore. BWI was rated the top airport of its size in 2010, when it also snagged awards for the best airport food and beverage program. If you’re headed that way, just call Affinity. We’ll get you there in plenty of time to enjoy the terminal and grab a bite before your flight.  Click here to book a trip to or from BWI Airport & BWI Rail.

Bethesda to and from Union Station

Union StationWe also make trips into D.C. If you’re traveling by train or bus and are leaving from Union Station, we’re happy to give you a ride into the city. Amtrak, MARC, and VRE rail services depart from Union Station. And several bus services, including Megabus, Bolt Bus, Greyhound, and Washington Deluxe also pick-up at Union Station. Click here to book a trip to or from Union Station.

Around Bethesda

If you call Bethesda home, you can use Affinity for more than just a lift to the airport or train station. We’re also happy to give you rides around town. Whether you’re heading to a meeting or appointment or just want a ride for a fun night on the town, schedule a pick-up with Affinity. We’re happy to get you there!

Written by Jody Trammel

Tips For Traveling Spontaneously

well planned travelSome trips are so well planned that you know every stop you’ll make months before you land in your destination. Structure can be great, but for a different kind of fun, let your hair down, and follow our tips for a more spontaneous vacation below.

Are you planning to take a trip leaving from the D.C. region? For a ride to the airport, schedule a pick-up with Affinity Airport Sedan. We’ll get you to the airport on time and worry free.

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Written by Jody Trammel

United States Botanic Garden

U.S. Botanic GardenThe United States Botanic Garden is located on the grounds of the United States Capitol near Garfield Circle. It’s the nation’s oldest continually operating botanic garden and is open daily, including federal holidays.

If you’d like to stroll through the United States Botanic Garden, just call Affinity Airport Sedan for a ride there. Enjoy the lush beauty of the garden without stressing out over traffic and parking in the city. For a prompt and professional ride, you can always rely on Affinity.

History of the U.S. Botanic Garden

The idea to create a botanic garden was first suggested in 1816 by Washington, D.C.’s Columbian Institute for the Promotion of Arts and Sciences, and in 1820, President James Monroe reserved five acres of land for the project. Initially, this “national greenhouse” faced many obstacles, including swampy land, severe funding limitations, and lackluster record keeping. However, by 1824, there were over 450 kinds of plants growing in the garden, with some from as far as China and Brazil.

Despite closing in 1837, the garden was re-instituted in 1842 with Lt. Charles Wilkes’ return from an expedition to the South Seas. He returned with an extensive collection of horticultural and botanical specimens, many of which had previously been unknown in the United States.

The U.S. Botanic Garden today

Today the garden boasts more than 10,000 living specimens. Some are over 165 years old. And the garden includes three locations: the Conservatory, Bartholdi Park, and the Production Facility. The Conservatory has nearly 30,000 square feet of growing space and eight garden rooms. Each room replicates a different habitat. Bartholdi Park is located south of the Conservatory and strives to inspire guests to develop and improve their own home gardens. And the Production Facility is located in Southwest D.C. and is instrumental in growing and storing plants and maintaining the collection.

Come relax and explore international plant life in the U.S. Botanic Garden. And for a lift there, just schedule a ride with Affinity!