Virginia has enough history and natural beauty to satisfy even the most well travelled sightseer. Close to Washington, DC you'll find George Washington's well-preserved home of Mount Vernon, while Williamsburg is a living museum of the colonial era. Shenandoah National Park and the Blue Ridge Mountains are worth a visit, as are Charlottesville and Richmond.
Top itineraries in Virginia
The capital and political centre of the USA, Washington DC, has risen from what was nothing more than swampland to become one of the most impressive monuments to western democracy.
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Top places to stay in Virginia
Originally built in 1924 and having recently undergone a major refurbishment, The George Washington is located in downtown Winchester and features a Roman-style indoor swimming pool. Voted “Wyndham Hotel of the Year” in 2011, this is the perfect place from which to explore both the Shenandoah Valley
A winner of both Booking.com and Tripadvisor’s Certificate of Excellence, this hotel is ideal for exploring one of America’s premier historical towns.
Where to go in Virginia
Skyline Drive runs along crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Shenandoah National Park. The area was originally farmland, but was designated national park by the government in 1926.
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