Alexandria, virginia

Alexandria has a prime location inside the Capital Beltway, with easy connections to Washington, D.C., and the entire East Coast. The city is bounded by the Capital Beltway (I-495) to the south and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to the north.

Interstate 395 bisects the city’s West End and provides a direct link to D.C. Alexandria residents, businesses, and visitors enjoy the city’s numerous walk-friendly neighborhoods, as well as a wide variety of transit options, including four Metro stations and 25 bus lines, plus access to trains, bikeshare, and more.


Metro Stations (Blue & Yellow Lines)






The King Street Trolley operates free service between King St.-Old Town Metro and Potomac River waterfront. The trolley operates daily, every 10-15 minutes with many stops for hopping on and off to explore shops, restaurants, and attractions along Alexandria’s historic main street. 

Commercial Water Transportation