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Veteran’s Day Celebrations - Discounted Flights & Travel Deals

The Veterans Day falls on November 11 every year. It is an important federal holiday. This is an important occasion in the lives of the citizens of the United States to honor the American veterans who served in the two World Wars. Today, the Veterans Day has become a momentous occasion to honor and show love to the veterans of all wars who are serving their nation with a patriotic zeal and show remarkable willingness to serve in the military and sacrifice their lives for the United States. On this day, the American Flag is hung at half mast and parades and church services are arranged to honor the war veterans.

In Washington DC, the Veterans Day will be marked with a series of events. This is absolutely a perfect time to visit the memorials and monuments here. The long weekend, when the official celebrations begin from November 8 to 11, also comes as a boon to plan for a great weekend. The events in Washington D.C. start with a service at the Arlington National Cemetery, where a wreath-laying ceremony takes place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The other venues and memorials associated with the Veterans Day also hold special events. These include Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Vietnam Women's Memorial, World War II Memorial, and Navy Memorial. A free concert is a major highlight of the Veterans Day in Washington D.C. An impressive lineup of musicians and celebrities come together here to regale the people.

The Veterans Day is celebrated with great fanfare in New York City. A huge parade is organized to honor the veterans and is attended by a large number of people. Many events take place here. The Veterans Day Parade is quite prominent with more than 25,000 individuals participating in it every year. It is being organized here since 1929 and it is the most prominent Veterans Day Parade to be held in the entire country. A wreath laying observance held at the Eternal Flame located in Madison Square at 10 am marks the commemoration of the Veterans Day. The parade is held from 11.15 am.

After Washington D.C. and New York City, the best destination to commemorate the Veterans Day is Virginia, which is renowned for being the home of America’s birthplace. With its numerous military memorials, battlefields and historic sites, Virginia continues to be a top destination in the United States to honor America’s veterans. The Veterans Day here starts with a service and wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns. After this a ceremony is held at the Memorial Amphitheater, which ends at around noon. Colonial Williamsburg is another major place here where the veterans are honored. Other places in Virginia where the Veterans Day is observed include Air Force Memorial, National Marine Corps Museum and Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens.

The Veterans Day is absolutely a great moment to honor America’s veterans and also to enjoy the long weekend by visiting different parts of the United States.

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