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Virginia Travel Vacation Guide

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Virginia Vacation Rentals

Whether you are visiting the colonial town of Williamsburg, Virginia's capital - Richmond or famous tourist destination of Virginia Beach, you will always find a wide variety of Virginia accommodations to choose from. Depending on your budget and needs you can choose among Virginia condos, Virginia cottages, Virginia hotels and many more.

Things to do in Virginia

Regardless of the season, Virginia offers a whole variety attractions and things to do. Those visiting Virginia in the winter can expect great entertainment possibilities as well as shopping, dining and art exhibits. During the summer travelers take advantage of Virginia's rivers, numerous lakes and the ocean enjoying all kinds of water sports. Scenic harbor cruises, thrilling water parks, canoeing and many more activities are awaiting tourists in Virginia.

Virginia is also known from its rich historical heritage, warm hospitality of its people and amazing natural treasures. The 70 mile long peninsula of Virginia's eastern shore provides travelers with unlimited possibilities to relax and recreate. From biking and kayaking to hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing, all those options and many more are waiting for tourists in the amazing coast of Virginia. Whether you enjoy shopping, fine dining or exhibits and night life entertainment, Virginia will not disappoint you.

National Parks

If you are a nature enthusiast and enjoy walking, hiking and biking, you will love Virginia. This state is home to 35 extraordinary state parks that were voted America's best and which range from mountainous to lush green and sandy ones. A perfect example of such reserve is the Shenandoah National Park which is a national treasure including scenic, 105- mile long Skyline Drive and over 500 miles of hiking trails. Lush forests, spectacular waterfalls and wildlife are only some of the park's hallmarks.

Shopping

Those staying at a Virginia who enjoy shopping in a good style, Virginia offers many sophisticated possibilities. Get off the beaten track and you will find that Virginia's country roads are dotted with antique shops, charming boutiques and gallery shops where you can find treasures from the past at flea market prices. On the eastern shore you can purchase one-of-a-kind gifts made by local artists who also own their little galleries with hand crafted jewelry, home accessories or gourmet chocolates.

Water sports

With its 70 miles of scenic shoreline, numerous lakes and miles of rivers, Virginia offers countless water activities. Whether you like kiteboarding, kayaking or fishing, you will enjoy it all in a big style in Virginia. There are unlimited organized expeditions for you to take with your family such as kayak trips, Island cruises and bird watching nature tours. Paddle the waterways of the Chesapeake Bay and enjoy its lush nature and spectacular wildlife while staying at a Virginia vacation resort.

Historic heritage of Virginia

Virginia's rich cultural heritage dating back to America's beginnings is mirrored by numerous historic districts, buildings and museums. Visit the Cape Charles Museum to see the ancient photographs dating back to the year 1884 and see the Eyre Hall Gardens, one of Virginia's finest and best preserved colonial homes. Do not miss the outstanding Barrier Islands Center on Virginia's eastern shore which features a unique collection of antique artifacts and numerous historical buildings. Besides sightseeing through its key points, you can also enjoy exhibits, events, lectures and classes, something for every member of the family.

Fine Dining in Virginia

When visiting Virginia, trying a local cuisine is a must. Excellent regional and ethnic dishes from the Old Country will surely satisfy your cravings. Take your family out for a meal at colonial Williamsburg and be sure you try a typical "homemade Virginia cooking". Enjoy Virginia's elegant settings, fabulous service and sophisticated menus choosing from a rich variety of its restaurants and eateries.

The Colonial Williamsburg

If you love history and would like to learn more about America's beginnings, visit Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia's jewel that offers an unforgettable journey back in time to 18th century. Each day the historical part of the city becomes alive for two hours and tourists can experience town's activities from the past centuries. You can witness the collapse of the royal government and join the debate over the newly written Declaration of Independence. There are special packages available for tourist year round along with fine Virginia lodgings.

World Known Top Events in the State of Virginia

27th Annual Hampton Bay Days
Hampton, Sept. 11-13

7th Annual PANorama Caribbean Music Fest
Virginia Beach, May 8-10

Ella Fitzgerald Music Festival
Newport News, April 15-18

Virginia International Tattoo
Norfolk, April 24-May 31
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