Book Flights to Virginia

Virginia is the 12th most populated state in the United States. Officially called the Commonwealth of Virginia, the state located in the southern part of the USA was one of the original thirteen British colonies.

Bordered by the states of Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia, Virginia has lots to offer to nature lovers and history buffs. Virginia, which also shares boundary with the Appalachian Mountains on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east, is home to over 130 wineries. It’s no wonder that most people fly to Virginia which is a major destination for wine lovers to take part in wine festivals, art, music, food, shopping & hot air balloon rides.

Major Cities to Visit in Virginia

Some of the popular cities worth visiting in the State of Virginia include Richmond, Arlington, Alexandria, Norfolk and Williamsburg.

Richmond – This capital city of the State of Virginia is situated on the James River right in the heart of the state. This iconic city has deep connections with American history by virtue of being the hotbed of independence in colonial times. Apart from its rich heritage, Richmond offers numerous cultural attractions, great outdoors and lively neighbourhoods. 

Arlington – Situated just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., Arlington perfectly straddles the boundary between the countryside and the urban center of Northern Virginia. It is in Arlington that the headquarters of the United States Department of Defense is located, and Americans therefore know the city as Pentagon. The city is known for its monuments and memorials, particularly the famous Arlington National Cemetery.  

Alexandria – Situated on the Potomac River near Washington, D.C., Alexandria is famous for its glorious history and beautifully preserved architectures of 18th and 19th century. Look forward to visiting Old Town Alexandria, a nationally designated historic district founded in 1749, which is home to many historic museums, boutiques and restaurants.

Norfolk – With its 144 miles of coastline, delicious Southern cuisines, cultural attractions and myriad entertainment options, Norfolk is sheer fun and waiting to be explored. When in Norfolk you will always be near the water with countless rivers, Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay in its backyard. Norfolk will also amaze you with its thriving art scene, with the major attraction being the NEON Arts District.

Williamsburg – If you are a history buff then you just can’t miss out visiting the historic town of Williamsburg, which is home to Colonial Williamsburg. This family-friendly destination in Virginia was its former capital from 1699 to 1780, and offers one of the largest and most extensive living-history museums in the world.

Getting Around in Virginia

The State of Virginia is well connected with different parts of the USA with its nine airports. The Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) serve Northern Virginia. Richmond International Airport (RIC) offers nonstop flights to East Coast cities from Central and Southern Virginia destinations. Eastern Virginia is served by Norfolk International Airport (ORF) with major connection to East Coast cities. Apart from air travel, other convenient modes of transportation in Virginia include cars and trains like Virginia Railway Express.

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